Rev. Cheung concludes our current series on Restoring God’s Plan for the Family by answering the last three of Seven Questions on Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage. Missed one of the earlier messages? You can still catch up with previous messages from this series.
Many of us are busy fighting battles outside our homes. We expend time, energy, and emotions at our workplaces and businesses to secure a better future for our families. But if we’re not careful, we might fail to fight the more important battles happening right at our doorsteps. David experienced this; while he was away, his loved ones were attacked and captured by the enemy (1 Samuel 30:1-20). In this week’s message, Ptr. Genesis Tan shares David’s experience and shows us how, in his distress, David constantly sought God in prayer and tirelessly pursued the enemy. With God on his side, David was able to reclaim his family.
The second installment of the series entitled ‘Seven Questions on Divorce & Remarrying’ answers the following questions: Q.3: “May divorced people remarry?” Q.4: “Does our original identity change when we become Christians?”
The topics of Marriage, Divorce, and Remarrying have long been thorny issues from the time of the Apostle Paul until today. To address this, Paul wrote a full chapter which can be found in 1 Corinthians 7:1-40. Rev. Cheung breaks this chapter into parts via seven questions, starting with: Q.1: Is sex a spiritual matter? Q.2: May someone who had once been married re-marry?