Marriage: Obligations Under, Inferior to Duty to God
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Deuteronomy 13:6-10
If your brother, the son of your mother, or your son, or your daughter, or the wife of your bosom, or your friend, which is as your own soul, entice you secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other gods, which you have not known, you, nor your fathers;
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Matthew 19:29
And every one that has forsaken houses, or brothers, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my name's sake, shall receive an hundred times, and shall inherit everlasting life.
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Luke 14:26
If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brothers, and sisters, yes, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.
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The Wedding Garment
... some of you have come into the church, under a mistake ... insult the delicate occasion
of the prince's marriage to which ... his duty to God and his obligations to the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 17 1871/the wedding garment.htm

The Fear which Terminates in the Second Death.
... that they are free from the obligations of it ... of the gospel, will be only temporary;
and under the pressure ... to be contrary to the spirit and design of marriage. ...
/.../lee/sermons on various important subjects/sermon xx the fear which.htm

Christ the Believer's Husband
... their own, but are under the highest obligations to glorify ... know what it is to be
under the curse ... of themselves or their children in marriage, generally covet ...
/.../selected sermons of george whitefield/christ the believers husband.htm

The Two Yokes
... in some position of life where we are under obligations to some ... of Zion, but you
married, and your marriage was not in ... A man under remorse in this world is a ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 18 1872/the two yokes.htm

Sermons on Selected Lessons of the Gospels.
... Beatitudes, the: each duty in, has its own reward, [560]268; the ... its chief protection
in all, [617]505; stricter obligations to, of those under vows, [618 ...
/.../sermons on selected lessons of.htm

Chapter xvii
... received a perpetual badge or reminder of these obligations. ... or (c) as to who falls
under its provisions ... of the implications of monogamous marriage this fact ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/leupold/exposition of genesis volume 1/chapter xvii.htm

Letter Xlviii. To Pammachius.
... offer sacrifices if they fulfil the obligations of marriage ... who condemn marriage
and tread under foot the ... at all new concerning virginity and marriage, but have ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter xlviii to pammachius.htm

Rom. vii. 14
... being not minded to keep within the laws of marriage, [1392] but ... an easier thing
(for which cause also we are under far stricter obligations of religious ...
/.../chrysostom/homilies on acts and romans/homily xiii rom vii 14.htm

The Fifth Book
... Sins were forbidden us by God, not marriage. ... and consequently are branded and censured
by all; but even so you are under greater obligations to them ...
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Letter ii (AD 1126) to the Monk Adam
... Thus, marriage is neither prescribed nor forbidden, but when it ... Since, not to speak
of other obligations, there are two ... to the will of the abbot under whom a ...
/.../some letters of saint bernard abbot of clairvaux/letter ii a d 1126 to.htm

Subtopics

Biracial Marriage

Interracial Marriage

Marriage

Marriage After Death

Marriage After Divorce

Marriage and Divorce

Marriage and Finances

Marriage and Love

Marriage Covenant

Marriage in Heaven

Marriage Reconciliation

Marriage Relationship

Marriage Separation

Marriage Vows

Marriage: A Benediction Pronounced After

Marriage: A Covenant Relationship

Marriage: A Dowry Given to the Woman's Parents Before

Marriage: A Herald Preceded the Bridegroom

Marriage: Advised

Marriage: Betrothal a Quasi-Marriage

Marriage: Betrothal Made With the Spirit

Marriage: Bridal Ornaments

Marriage: Bridal Presents

Marriage: Celebrated for Seven Days

Marriage: Celebrated with Feasting

Marriage: Celebrated with Great Rejoicing

Marriage: Celibacy Deplored

Marriage: Ceremony Attested by Witnesses

Marriage: Christ's Union With his Church

Marriage: Consanguinous, Abraham and Sarah

Marriage: Consent of the Parties Necessary To

Marriage: Contracted at the Gate and Before Witnesses

Marriage: Contracted in Patriarchal Age With Near Relations

Marriage: Daughters Given In, As Rewards of Valor

Marriage: David Gave One Hundred Philistine Foreskins for a Wife

Marriage: Designed For: Increasing the Human Population

Marriage: Designed For: Preventing Fornication

Marriage: Designed For: Raising up Godly Seed

Marriage: Designed For: The Happiness of Man

Marriage: Divinely Instituted

Marriage: Early Introduction of Polygamy

Marriage: Elder Daughters Usually Given In, Before the Younger

Marriage: Expressed by Giving Daughters to Sons, and Sons to Daughters

Marriage: Expressed by Joining Together

Marriage: Expressed by Making Affinity

Marriage: Expressed by Taking to Wife

Marriage: Figurative

Marriage: Garments Provided for Guests At

Marriage: Given by Kings

Marriage: God's Union With the Jewish Nation

Marriage: Honorable for All

Marriage: Indissoluble During the Joint Lives of the Parties

Marriage: Infidelity of Those Contracted In, Punished As If Married

Marriage: Isaac and Rebekah

Marriage: Jacob and his Wives

Marriage: Jesus Present At

Marriage: Lawful in All

Marriage: Levirate (The Brother Required to Marry a Brother's Widow)

Marriage: Modes of Demanding Women In

Marriage: Not Binding After Death

Marriage: Nuptial Feasts

Marriage: Obligations Under, Inferior to Duty to God

Marriage: Often Contracted by Parents for Children

Marriage: Parables From

Marriage: Parents' Consent Requires in the Mosaic Law

Marriage: Parents Contract for Their Children: Abraham for Isaac

Marriage: Parents Contract for Their Children: Hagar Selects a Wife for Ishmael

Marriage: Parents Contract for Their Children: Laban Arranges for his Daughters' Marriage

Marriage: Parents Contract for Their Children: Samson Asks his Parents to Procure Him a Wife

Marriage: Parents Might Refuse to Give Their Children In

Marriage: Presents Given to Parents to Secure Their Favor

Marriage: Priest not to Contract, With Divorced or Improper Persons

Marriage: should be Only in the Lord

Marriage: should be With Consent of Parents

Marriage: The Bride: Adorned With Jewels For

Marriage: The Bride: Attended by Bridesmaids

Marriage: The Bride: Called to Forget Her Father's House

Marriage: The Bride: Given a Handmaid At

Marriage: The Bride: Gorgeously Apparelled

Marriage: The Bride: Received Presents Before

Marriage: The Bride: Stood on the Right of Bridegroom

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Adorned With Ornaments

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Attended by Many Friends

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Crowned With Garlands

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Presented With Gifts

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Rejoiced Over the Bride

Marriage: The Bridegroom: Returned With the Bride to his House at Night

Marriage: The Expectation of the Promised Seed of the Woman An

Marriage: The Groom Exempt One Year from Military Duty

Marriage: The High Priest not to Contract, With a Widow or a Divorced

Marriage: The Jews were Allowed Divorce From, Because of Hardness of Their

Marriage: The Jews: Betrothed Themselves some Time Before

Marriage: The Jews: Careful in Contracting for Their Children

Marriage: The Jews: Considered Being Debarred From, a Cause of Grief

Marriage: The Jews: Considered Being Debarred From, a Reproach

Marriage: The Jews: Contracted when Young

Marriage: The Jews: Exempted from Going to War Immediately After

Marriage: The Jews: Forbidden to Contract With Idolaters

Marriage: The Jews: Forbidden to Contract, With Their Near Relations

Marriage: The Jews: Obliged to Contract With a Brother's Wife Who Died Without

Marriage: The Jews: Often Contracted With Foreigners

Marriage: The Jews: Often Contracted, in Their own Tribe

Marriage: The Jews: Often Punished by Being Debarred From

Marriage: The Jews: Sometimes Guilty of Polygamy

Marriage: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To

Marriage: Wedding Robes Adorned With Jewels

Marriage: Wives Among the Israelites Must be Israelites

Marriage: Wives Obtained by Kidnapping

Marriage: Wives Obtained by Purchase

Marriage: Wives Taken by Edict

Matrimony

Remarriage

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