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Many professing Christians and preachers and theologians quote Matthew 5:32 and Matthew 19:9 as the governing portion of the law of the God concerning marriage, divorce and remarriage, to allow believers to divorce their spouses and remarry again. They then believe that this way believers are still following the Lord Jesus Christ. The use of Matthew 5:32 and Matthew 19:9 without proper reference to the full teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ on the law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage would lead to everlasting consequences upon those professing Christians when they misinterpret the marriage and divorce and remarriage law. Theologians, teachers and preachers hardly warn their listeners and readers of the serious consequences of breaking the law on marriage, divorce and remarriage. The issue of divorce and remarriage is an urgent matter in this age where infidelity and marriage breakdowns are so prevalent even among professing Christians. That is why the correct and true interpretation of the teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ and Paul on this subject must be revealed and made known in order that those professing Christians who are in situations where they contemplate or have to decide what they should do in their marriage breakdown - that they be give the true knowledge of the law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage in order that whatever decisions they make, that they also know the consequences. THIS IS THE MAIN GOAL OF THIS BOOK - TO REVEAL WITHOUT UNCERTAINTY THE TRUE MEANING OF THE LAW(AS TAUGHT BY THE LORD JESUS CHRIST PRINCIPALLY AND BY PAUL SUPPLEMENTARILY) governing marriage, divorce and remarriage and the consequences of breaking the marriage covenant. The intention of the God concerning marriage was from the beginning of the creation of mankind. The law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage was only given to Moses for the nation of Israel. Before that the original intention of the God on marriage was already not followed by many Old Testament believers. The law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage was not adequately interpreted by Old Testament saints which led to wrong interpretation and breaking of the law without being aware. The Lord Jesus Christ being full of truth is only One who has perfect understanding of the Word and the law of the God. And throughout His preaching of the gospel of salvation He also corrected and revealed the true interpretations of many key aspects of the law to His disciples and also the nation of Israel. New Testament believers therefore do not have any excuse to break any of the commands of the God and in the context of this Book, the law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage. Any breaking of the law on divorce and remarriage may result in sinning to the death, because the professing Christians may be continuing in fornication or adultery. Some key points revealed in this Book are:-* Why Old Testament saints have more than one wife at the same time? Do they break the law of the God on marriage?* The true meaning of Matthew 5:32 and Matthew 19:9.* The biblical meaning of betrothal or engagement to be married.* Is divorce permitted for any reason once a marriage is consummated?* The importance of the law governing marriage, divorce and remarriage to the gospel of salvation.*Paul's teaching using the law concerning marriage to explain an important aspect of the gospel of salvation.The content in this Book should be tested against the unadulterated Word of the God, that is the original texts of the Holy Bible, in order to prove and/or to disprove its veracity.