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Spiritual Husbands and Wives Responsible for Break ups

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  • September 30, 2016

    Do you believe in this?  What is your view on this topic?  And how can you get out of it or prevent it?

  • October 7, 2016

    I'm not aware of what those terms are supposed to mean and I've not come across something that sounds similar to it in the Bible, and referring to them as being "responsible for breakups" seems like a strange thing to try.

    I think you'll either need to clearly define what you mean by those terms, or point to Biblical passages that clearly and unambiguously talk about the concepts (i.e. not out-of-context quotations).

    Is this simply a question about adultery?...

  • BERICH281

    October 13, 2016

    Please explain further what you are saying and to what scriptures to base this. Thank you

  • ANGELINA697

    October 13, 2016

    there are truths that are not clear in the bible "specific" but they apply to our life

  • GODISGOOD026

    October 14, 2016

    Yes, I know what spiritual husbands and wives are and how they affect people. I've seen many delivered from these tormenting evil spirits that hinder people's lives.

  • October 15, 2016

    ANGELINA697 wrote:

    there are truths that are not clear in the bible "specific" but they apply to our life

    You're right, but those cases are supposed to be logical deductions, not just made up stuff. I'm not sure there's any indication of the concepts in the thread's title in the Bible, and no one has bothered to provide in-context references to make a case.

    A few examples of doctrines that can be deduced include, but are not limited, to the following:

    1. All people are made in God's image, and
    2. The doctrine of the Trinity[1]

    To elaborate on point #1, consider the following argument:

    P1. Adam is made in God's image.[2]
    P2. Eve is made from Adam.[3]
    C1. Therefore, Eve is also made in God's image.[2]

    The Bible never explicitly states that all people are made in God's image, so how do we know that people today are still made in God's image? Simple: by logical deduction.

    P3. Adam and Eve have a son, named Seth, which is made in Adam's image.[4]
    C1. Adam and Eve are made in God's image.
    C2. Therefore, Seth is made in God's image.

    Or rephrasing C2: God's image is "passed on" from human parents to children. Finally, we can say:

    C2. God's image is "passed on" from parents to children.
    P4. All humans today are decendands from Adam and Eve.
    C3. Therefore, all humans today are made in God's image.

    It's pretty clear that, while the Bible may not explicitly state everything we accept, valid and sound deductive arguments can be easily made from statements already explicitly in the Bible that are clear and unambiguous.

    Until I see something similar regarding the concept of a "spiritual husband" and a "spiritual wife", I see no reason to think they're not made up. Of course, I can only explain the reasons I have for accepting/rejecting something. That being said, some people may still choose to continue believing whatever it is they already believed regardless of whether it has actual Biblical backing or not. If someone has actual Biblical backing for the concepts, I'm all ears (well, eyes).

    [1] creation.com/jesus-christ-our- ... -of-the-trinity
    [2] "So God created man in his own image [...] male and female he created them." -Gen. 1:27
    [3] "And the rib that the Lord God had taken from the man he made into a woman [...] the man said, 'This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh;'" -Gen. 2:22-23
    [4] "When Adam had lived 130 years, he fathered a son in his own likeness, after his image, and named him Seth." -Gen. 5:3

    October 15, 2016 updated by XRAY948

  • TRISH929

    February 12, 2017

    Sometimes it is the Holy spirit who reveals certain things that are not necessarily in the Bible . It's not that everything about the spiritual realm is pointed out in the Bible that is why it is important to ask God to send us the Holy Spirit so that we may see deeper things in spirit, so that our spiritual eyes are opened. Remember each of us has different giftings and callings and   the more you exercise your gift the more you grow in it. Some people have the ability to see things others cannot see because of the anointing on their lives.  To me the issue of spiritual husbands and wives is not debatable because i have seen people who are tomented and i have seen them get delivered. The reason why these demons are called spiritual husbands is because they claim the person and do not allow him or her to enjoy sex with her husband or wife and sometimes prevent them from having children. These demons are so posessive and they do not negotiate. You can watch 77.D.O.G.s via Channel 44(find it on google play store or on facebook via RobertKayanjaministries)and listen to people giving testmonies about spiritual husbands. Be blessed.

  • February 15, 2017

    Wow!!this is true as Trish929 says..we need the Holy Spirit to reveal insights which aren't in the Holy Bible.

  • February 20, 2017

    JOYCELINE077 wrote:

    Wow!!this is true as Trish929 says..we need the Holy Spirit to reveal insights which aren't in the Holy Bible.

    If anything, the comments come across to me more as dangerous than good or "true".

    It's under the same incorrect idea that God will "reveal insights which aren't in the Holy Bible" that the cult of Mormonism got started back in the 1820s-1830s, when Joseph Smith claimed that Jesus and John had appeared to him and given him new revelations. If anything, he had opened himself up for deception prior to this by claiming that Christians and Christianity had basically lost their way and claimed to want "true" Christianity "revealed" to him, and... deception is precisely what he received. People who think they're going to get "revelation" that's not already in the Bible, or esoteric interpretations of existing passages, are simply setting themselves up for failure a priori.

    Has everyone already forgotten about Harold Camping, a Christian who claimed to know when the end was coming (i.e. specific dates) only to end up publicly making a fool out of himself and, in the process, give non-Christians even more reasons to mock God, Christians, and Christianity in general? Has everyone already fogotten about all the people that bought into his claims and sold their stuff, only to have reality hit them in the face when time proved his claims to be utterly unfounded and false? Had Camping bothered to read, or actually believed, Matthew 24:36, which says that the "day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father only", he would've saved himself, and by extension us, a lot of unnecessary problems... and the people who chose to believe him, instead of their Bibles, would've retained their personal belongings.

    It's not possible for the Holy Spirit to "reveal" content that's in conflict with what has already been clearly stated in the Bible. For example, 2 Timothy 2:13 clearly mentions that God "cannot deny himself", i.e. he cannot contradict himself, and in Malachi 3:6 God says "For I the LORD do not change".

    There's more, but from these alone we can know that God can/will not give new/different "revelations" because if he were to do so, he would've to do things contrary to what he has already said and/or done. (If he gave out new/different revelations, then it would mean that the previous revelations were not trustworthy, in which case, the "new revelations" cannot be trusted either, among other problems. This is, in part, one of the many problems with Allah in Islam; he can arbitrarily change his mind, even if it means contradicting himself, which means that, if he existed, he could not be trusted anyway.)

    Having people on TV saying things only shows that you have people on TV saying things, not that any of the claims are actually true. Certainly, people here are old enough to know that TV programs can be easily scripted, that paid actors are a dime a dozen, and that they as viewers should be discerning when it comes to TV personalities, regardless of whether they claim to be a ministry or not. (I've seen my share of televangelists making bold claims and emotionaly manipulating their audience into giving them their support... because otherwise, they don't have "enough faith", and so on.)

    Even Paul was subjected to this evaluation standard by the Bereans in Acts 17, where it records that the Bereans searched the Scriptures daily to see whether what Paul was saying was actually true. The measuring bar for every Christian is supposed to be whether what someone's claiming is consistent with what's in the Bible or not. If there's something the Bible offers several examples of, is that for some things, our 5 senses are not exactly the most reliable sources of input (e.g. Numbers 22:21-31).

    As BERICH281 and I mentioned several months ago, proper Biblical evidence that even supports the concept is necessary, but after this much time I'm not holding my breath.

    Here's hoping that people will choose to be more careful and develop a stricter Biblical standard to evaluate what they choose to believe.

    February 20, 2017 updated by XRAY948

  • December 1, 2017

    I agree with the last writer who also elaborated on the importance of weighing all messages/information we get on the scale of the scriptures, and I add "seeking the Holy Spirit's leading and never leaning on self understanding in all of our everyday encounter".

    There are however demonic manipulations and manifestations in various people's lives but all those are the works of the devil which the scriptures made clear to us that Christ's coming was purposed for their destruction; and we shouldn't add more in belief to that than being led  by the Holy Spirit.

  • NIKKI642

    December 24, 2017

    There are demons for everything. From sickness, breaking up marriage, demons of anger, gambling, all the bad things some people are addicted to.  etc. We have no idea what goes on in the spiritual realm. And of course only the Holy Spirit can give us insights on these things and guide us in the right direction.

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