Calvina, the young battered wife of Duane, is in desperate need of a new start in life. Will her jealous husband, the mad man with whom she had been unequally yoked, prove too much to ever hope for a chance of staying together--a chance to fix her troubled marriage? Read chapter one now!
You're not alone! Click HERE for more information.
Haga clicAQUÍ para mayor información.
¡Véase un extracto de este libro que nos hace abrir los ojos!
Contact one of our nationally certified Christian life coaches who specializes in working with at-risk youth. Tell me more!
¿Qué tiene que ver conmigo lo que dice la Biblia? ¿Sirve en estos días lo que se cuenta allí? ¿No son anticuadas sus enseñanzas? ¿Qué tengo que ver yo con gente que vivió hace dos, cuatro o seis mil años? ¿Es posible aplicar a mi vida algo de lo que dice la Biblia? ¿O los Diez Mandamientos es todo lo que enseña? En tal caso ¿puedo considerarme "buena persona" si los cumplo? Lo que leemos en la Biblia tiene que ver con todos los seres humanos, sean cristianos o judíos, ateos o agnósticos, budistas, musulmanes o adherentes a alguna de las filosofías o nuevas religiones que surgen en el mundo. ¿Por qué? Ver mayor información sobre este libro dinámico.
The scripture of 2 Corinthians 6:14 says, "Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers; for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness, and what communion hath light with darkness?" This scripture is the core of the meaning of being unequally yoked and it is evident that it is not referring exclusively to dating and marriage. It specifically points out that there is no real fellowship between righteousness and unrighteousness and that there cannot be real communion between light and darkness.
This does not mean that Christians cannot have friendly and valuable relations with non-Christians. Biblical scripture plainly tells us that Jesus had friendly dealings with unbelievers. We read, "And it came to pass, as Jesus sat at meat in the house, behold, many publicans and sinners came and sat down with him and his disciples. And when the Pharisees saw it, they said unto his disciples, Why eateth your Master with publicans and sinners" (KJV, Matthew 9:10-11)? Followers of Christ are not to be so isolated from non-Christians to the point that they cannot even have dealings with them that are necessary to introduce the Savior. However, those dealings often have to be kept at a certain "distance." For example, Jesus spoke to unbelievers in parables, but spoke plainly to his own apostles and to his disciples. He had dealings with unbelievers and with believers, but the dealings he had with believers were not like those he maintained with his followers.
Understandably, some Christian believers are confused about the level of fellowship and communion they are advised to have or not have with people who do not follow Christ. They read about Jesus having dealings with unbelievers as we see in scriptures like Matthew 9:10-11; they then read, "...Come out from among them and be ye separate, saith the Lord..." (2 Corinthians 6:17). How do we reconcile scriptures like Matthew 9:10-11 with those such as 2 Corinthians 6:17 in the study of what it means to be unequally yoked? Again, God's word warns not against having any fellowship at all with unbelievers, but rather against some levels of fellowship and communion with those who are not of the household of faith in Christ. Dating and marriage is only one of those levels. True believers in Jesus are one in Christ, meaning that they are of one mind and on one accord (Galatians 3:28). Husband and wife become one flesh (Matthew 19:5). If a Christian marries an unbeliever, he or she is going to be unequally yoked, because he/she is supposed to be one with Christ, yet is also trying to be one with someone who does not walk with Christ. This is one of the more popular examples of being unequally yoked. It is not, however, the only real life example.
The second chapter of the book of II Kings is the part of the story of Elijah and Elisha with which we are dealing. Probably the most interesting thing we learn is that Elisha received a double portion of Elijah's spirit, who was taken up to heaven. This is one of the main, if not the main, biblical passage that is used to support the belief that soul transfer, also known as spirit transfer, or walk-ins, is actually a Christian concept with biblical support. Don't be deceived! Get the definitive biblical answer now.
If you have found any of the content of this website helpful, please consider making a donation. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
Copyright notice: This website and its content is copyright of © Heavenly Manna (HeavenlyManna.net) 2002-2016.
Once comments reach 10, they close. IF YOU USE PROFANITY, WE WILL REJECT YOUR COMMENT AUTOMATICALLY.
We're a small team, please be patient as we review comments.