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Marriage and divorce, what is the problem with people these days? Better yet, what is up with the divorce rate these days? In today’s age the divorce rate has reach 50 percent of marriages that happen. This statistic is certainly one statistic that I am very upset about. Marriage is meant to be a joining of two bodies into one. As in Mark 10:6-9 “In the original creation, God made male and female to be together. Because of this, a man leaves father and mother, and in marriage he becomes one flesh with a women-no longer two individuals, but forming a new unity. Because God created this organic union of the two sexes, no one should desecrate his art by cutting them apart.” That is what marriage truly means. However, when there is divorce, this is a clear violation of his purpose. Divorce nowadays is overlooked as something that is just legal matter. In God’s eyes, marriage is permanent when two individuals become one in flesh. This being one flesh of course having sexual relations. However, in today’s society, for a couple to be considered married they must go through some sort of ceremony which also includes legal documentation. As for the biblical teaching on divorce, the bible states that divorce is a concession for one’s hardheartedness, and that it is not part of God’s original plan. (Matthew 19:8-9). The bible, (especially the New Testament) doesn’t allow divorce. This is evident in Matthew 7:10-11, “And if you are married, stay married. This is the Master’s command, not mine. If a wife should leave her husband, she must either remain single or else come back and make things right with him. And a husband has no right to get rid of his wife. However, the bible states that only when one’s wife or husband dies are they allowed to be remarried. “A wife must stay with her husband as long as he lives. If he dies, she is free to marry anyone she…...

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