by Adrian Rogers

Treasuring Marital Fidelity
Adrian Rogers
Matthew 12:1-5

Take the Word of God and find Matthew chapter nineteen verses one through six. We're told that America has gone through a sexual revolution. In a sense, that is true, but it is not a revolution. Devolution is a better word than devolution. It's been a disaster. I can remember when air was clean and adultery was dirty, can't you? Times have changed in America but God's Word has not changed. The message today is to help you as parents to keep your children from being sucked down into swirling sewers of depravity, led by the money-grabbing, adulterous generation in Hollywood. The message today is a serious message and a needful message, Treasuring Marital Fidelity. "And it came to pass that Jesus finished these sayings, he departed from Galilee and came unto the Coast of Judea beyond Jordon and great multitudes followed Him and He healed them there. The Pharisees also came unto him tempting him and saying unto him, is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause. He answered and said unto them, have ye not read that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female. May I just say parenthetically that Jesus believed in divine creation and Jesus believed in the separation of the sexes Now, look at this. He made them in the beginning male and female and said, for this cause shall a man leave father and mother and shall cleave to his wife and they twain shall be one flesh, wherefore they're no more twain but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder. Now, there are several things I want you to notice as we look into God's Word about treasuring marital fidelity. The very first thing I want you to see with me today is the provision of the married life. God made them in the beginning male and female. God ordained marriage in the Garden of Eden. Marriage is not old fashioned. It is not out-of-date. It is not worn out. It's not like the Kerosene lamp or t ...

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