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Knowing Jesus is seeing through a story to see the Savior. In a unique interaction with an unlikely woman, Jesus reveals depth of our sin and the great need for grace.
In the same way Hosea was told to show love to his wife even through her unfaithfulness, God still shows His love to us, despite our unfaithfulness. The incarnation is the most scandalous way to say, "I love you."
The story of Hosea is a shadow of the greatest story ever told: How God loves His People so much that in spite of their unfaithfulness and spiritual adultery He redeems them with the blood of His One and Only Son. Hosea, out of love for his unfaithful wife, Gomer, purchases her out of bondage and back into holy matrimony. We see God's inexhaustible and unfathomable love is greater than even our most wicked sin.
Christ explains divorce and God's true view of this sin. Included is an explanation of the exception clause.
The final words Christ has to say regarding lust and sin in the heart.
Christ brings out the danger of lust and we see how God revealed to the prophet Ezekiel the lustful sins of the leaders during his day.
Christ moves into the second realm of which he needed to shed godly light upon, the realm of marriage, adultery and lust.
Marriage is a blessing from God and it is God's plan that they last a lifetime. Let's examine what Jesus and the scriptures say about this all important subject.
Jesus doesn't shy away from talking about the destruction of sexual sin, lust and adultery. It has destroyed many marriages, families and lives. Today we tackle this all important subject.