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when Jesus said what "What God has joined together, let no man separate...", He meant exactly that. It can't mean the other way as you have suggested.If by any chance locking the women in 2000 years of unfortunate marriage as you said, they can always separate but just can't remarry. I cant seem to grasp another meaning to it.Between wedding and marriage, are you suppose to have one and not the other, could it be your point?Just how its possible?

Tony Gomowad

Thanks for the thoughts on "wedding and marriage" and the different "tenses" used. The inclusion of personal experience about divorce is, I think a privilege that gives the sermon impact inside and out. Thank you very much.

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