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... man not to get married: No remarriage. If you remarry you are committing adultery." MARRI research proves the value of Christ's tough standard of chastity before ...
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... , to mentor those in current crisis. Every church has couples who have survived adultery who can be trained to tell their story of recovery to a couple in ...
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