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  1. “‘For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives. But if the husband dies, she is released from the law of her husband.” Romans 7:2

  2. Marriage Remarriage?

  3. Apostolic Teaching And Application Marriedo Bound or ?

  4. Married or Bound? Romans 7:2-3 “For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives” HUSBAND WIFE “bound by law” “Therefore what God has joinedtogether, let not man separate” This is the “Normal” situation: MARRIEDANDBOUND

  5. Married or Bound? Romans 7:2-3 “For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives” HUSBAND WIFE “released from the law” “bound by law” “But if the husband dies, she is released from the law of her husband” This is a “Natural” situation: UNMARRIEDANDUNBOUND

  6. Married or Bound? Romans 7:2-3 “For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives” ADULTERESS HUSBAND WIFE “bound by law” MAN “if, while her husbandlivesshe marriesanother man” “she will be called an adulteress” MARRIED to anotherman, BUTBOUND to herhusband!

  7. Married or Bound? Romans 7:2-3 “For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives” NO ADULTERESS MAN HUSBAND WIFE “free from that law” “bound by law” “(bound by law)” “But if her husband dies, she is free from that law” “so that she is noadulteress, thoughshe has married” MARRIEDANDBOUND to her second husband

  8. Apostolic Teaching And Application • Romans 7:1-6; Paul’s example of death to law Married or Bound?

  9. Married or Bound? 1 Cor. 7:39 “A wife is boundby law as long as her husband lives” MAN HUSBAND WIFE “bound by law” “at liberty” “But ifher husband dies, she is atliberty to be marriedto whomshewishes…” MARRIEDANDBOUND to her second husband

  10. Apostolic Teaching And Application • Romans 7:1-6; Paul’s example of death to law • 1 Cor. 7:39; Paul’s exhortation to sobriety Married or Bound?

  11. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Someone who has never been married Married or Bound?

  12. Who Can Marry? “He who made them at the beginning ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘for this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife…’” One Who Has Never Been Married FEMALE MALE HUSBAND WIFE “never married” “joined to his wife” “never married” “Marriage is honorable among all…” “if they cannot exercise self-control, let them marry” “if a virgin marries, she has not sinned”

  13. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Someone who has never been married • Someone whose mate has died Married or Bound?

  14. Who Can Marry? “For the woman who has a husband is bound by the law to her husband as long as he lives. But if the husband dies, she is released from the law of her husband” One Whose Mate Has Died MAN HUSBAND WIFE “released from the law” “bound by the law” “at liberty” “But ifher husband dies, she is atliberty to be marriedto whomshewishes…”

  15. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Someone who has never been married • Someone whose mate has died • Someone who divorces a mate for fornication Married or Bound?

  16. Who Can Marry? “For this reason a man shall leave…and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh. …Therefore, what God has joinedtogether, let not manseparate” ADULTERY HUSBAND WIFE One Who Divorces For Fornication “God has joined together” “divorces his wife” WOMAN “Whoever divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery” [general rule]

  17. Who Can Marry? “For this reason a man shall leave…and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh. …Therefore, what God has joinedtogether, let not manseparate” NOT ADULTERY SEXUAL IMMORALITY HUSBAND WIFE “God has joined together” “divorces his wife” WOMAN WIFE MAN “God has joined” “Whoever divorces his wife except for sexual immorality and marries another commits adultery” [exception case] One Who Divorces For Fornication

  18. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Someone who has never been married • Someone whose mate has died • Someone who divorces a mate for fornication • Someone who is reconciling Married or Bound?

  19. Who Can Marry? “A wife is not to depart from her husband. But even if she does depart, let her remain unmarried or be reconciledto her husband.” HUSBAND WIFE One Who Is Reconciling “not to depart” “if she does depart” “God has joined” “A wife is not to depart from her husband” “But even if she does depart…” [sin] “…let her remain unmarried” [concession] or be reconciled to her husband” [remarry]

  20. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • Someone who has been “put away” Married or Bound?

  21. Who Cannot Marry? “Whoever marries her who is divorced…” “Fell out of love” Was “Put Away” For: “Burned the dinner” “Irreconcilable Differences” One Who Has Been “Put Away” Mate divorced to marry other “SEXUAL IMMORALITY” Anyotherreason… “…commitsadultery”

  22. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • Someone who has been “put away” • Someone who “puts away” notforfornication Married or Bound?

  23. Who Cannot Marry? “Whoever divorces his wife and marries another…” “If a woman divorces her husband and marries another…” “Fell out of love” “Puts Away” For: “Burned the dinner” One Who “Puts Away” Not For Fornication “Irreconcilable Differences” Divorcing to marry another Anyotherreason… “…commitsadultery” “…ExceptFor Sexual Immorality…”

  24. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • Someone who has been “put away” • Someone who “puts away” notforfornication !CommitsAdultery! Married or Bound?

  25. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • Greek [2 words] – “porneia”, “porneuo” Married or Bound?

  26. What is “Sexual Immorality”? “Sexual Immorality” [“Fornication”] {noun}: - porneia (26x): 1) illicit sexual intercourse (in general) a) adultery, fornication, homosexuality, lesbianism, bestiality, etc. (pedophilia) b) sexual intercourse with close relatives; Leviticus 18 c) sexual intercourse with a divorced man or woman; Mark 10:11-12 2) by metaphor, the worship of idols a) of the defilement of idolatry, as by the eating of sacrifices offered to idols see also: “unchastity”, “maritalinfidelity”, “adultery”, “prostitution”

  27. What is “Sexual Immorality”? “To commit Sexual Immorality” [“Fornication”] {verb}: - porneuo (8x): 1) to prostitute one’s body to the lust of another 2) to give one’s self to unlawful sexual intercourse a) to commit fornication 3) by metaphor, to be given to idolatry, to worship idols a) to permit one’s self to be drawn away by another into idolatry

  28. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • Greek [2 words] – “porneia”, “porneuo” • Very broad use; anyunlawful sex, includingadultery • Typically describes unlawful sex of the unmarried • consider 1 Corinthians 7:1-9 Married or Bound?

  29. What is “Sexual Immorality”? • Typically describes unlawful sex of the unmarried 1 Corinthians 7:1-9 (2) “…because of sexual immorality, let each man have his own wife, and let each woman have her ownhusband.” … (8) “But I say to the unmarried and to the widows: It is good for them if they remain even as I am;” (9) “but if they cannot exercise self-control, let them marry. For it is better to marry…” see also: Mt 15:19; Mk 7:21; Jn 8:41; Ac 15:20, 29; 1 Cor 6:13, 18; Gal 5:19; Eph 5:3; etc.

  30. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • Greek – “porneia” • Very broad; anyunlawful sex, includingadultery • Typically describes unlawful sex of the unmarried • Also describes unlawful sex with a boundperson • consider: Matt 5:32; 19:9; Rom 7:1-3; 1 Cor 5:1; etc. • Is only reason Jesus allows for divorce [Mt 5:32; 19:9] Married or Bound?

  31. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Greek [4 words] – “moicheuo”, “moichao”, “moicheia”, • “moichalis” Married or Bound?

  32. What is “Adultery”? “To commit Adultery” {verb}: - moicheuo (22x): 1) to commit adultery a) to be an adulterer b) to commit adultery with, to have unlawful intercourse with another’s wife c) of the wife: to suffer adultery, to be debauched d) a Hebrew idiom, the word is used of those who, at a woman’s solicitation are drawn away to idolatry, i.e. to the eating of things sacrificed to idols see Mt 5:27-28; 19:18; Mk 10:19; Lk 16:18; Rom 2:22; etc.

  33. What is “Adultery”? “To commit Adultery” {verb}: - moichao (7x): 1) to have unlawful intercourse with another’s wife, to commit adultery with see Mt 5:32; 19:9; Mk 10:11-12 “Adultery” {noun}: - moicheia (3x): 1) adultery see Mt 15:19; Mk 7:21; John 8:3

  34. What is “Adultery”? “Adultery” {noun}: - moichalis (7x): 1) an adulteress 2) as the intimate alliance of God with the people of Israel was likened to marriage, those who relapse into idolatry are said to commit adultery or play the harlot a) figurative equivalent to faithless to God, unclean, apostate see Mt 12:39; 16:4; Mk 8:38; Rom 7:3; James 4:4; 2 Pt 2:14

  35. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Greek [4 words] – “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, • “moichalis” • Very narrow; unlawful sex involving a boundperson • consider Romans 7:1-3; “if, while her husband lives, • she marries another man, she shall be…adulteress” Married or Bound?

  36. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Greek [4 words] – “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, • “moichalis” • Very narrow; unlawful sex involving a boundperson • fr. latinadulterare [v]; “ad” - toward “alter” - other • adultery is always sexual immorality; not vice-versa Married or Bound?

  37. “Sexual Immorality” and “Adultery” “Sexual Immorality” [“Fornication”]

  38. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Grk. - “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, “moichalis” • “adultery” and Matthew 5:27-28, 31-32 Married or Bound?

  39. “Sexual Immorality” and “Adultery” Matthew 5:27-28, 31-32 (27) “You have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ (28) “But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for herhasalreadycommittedadulterywithher in his heart.” … (31) “Furthermore it has been said, ‘Whoever divorces his wife, let him give her a certificate of divorce.’ (32) “But I say to you that whoever divorces his wife for any reason except sexualimmorality causes her to commit adultery; and whoever marries a woman who is divorced commits adultery.” Since “lust” is “adultery”, is it scriptural to divorce?

  40. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Grk. - “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, “moichalis” • “adultery…inhis heart”: Matthew 5:27-28, 31-32 • “lust” = “adultery”, but “lust” ≠ “sexual immorality” • “adultery” is fig.; cp. 5:21-22; 1 Jn. 3:15 “murderer” • “porneia” to divorce, not “moicheia” (body vs. mind) Married or Bound?

  41. “Sexual Immorality” and “Adultery” 1 Corinthians 6:18 (18) “Flee sexualimmorality. Every sin that a man does is outside the body, but he who commits sexualimmoralitysinsagainsthisownbody. Body vs. Mind Actions vs. Thoughts Matt. 5:28: “adultery” in thought is only figurative; is not “sexual immorality”, not grounds for divorce!

  42. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Grk. - “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, “moichalis” • “adultery…inhis heart”: Matthew 5:27-28, 31-32 • “lust” = “adultery”, but “lust” ≠ “sexual immorality” • “adultery” here ≠ “sexual immorality”; no divorce! • sin of “lust” must be dealt with, but not by divorce Married or Bound?

  43. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? • “Sexual immorality” [also called “fornication”] • “Adultery” • Grk. - “moichao”, “moicheuo”, “moicheia”, “moichalis” • “adultery…inhis heart”: Matthew 5:27-28, 31-32 • “lust” = “adultery”, but “lust” ≠ “sexual immorality” • “adultery” here ≠ “sexual immorality”; no divorce! • no divorce: flirting, pornography, internet “affair”, etc Married or Bound?

  44. Questions And Consequences • Who can marry? [a scriptural right] • Who cannot marry? [no scriptural right] • What are “sexual immorality” and “adultery”? Next time: our continuing look at some questions and consequences of marriage and the bond • Does “not under bondage” mean “free to marry”? Married or Bound?