What does Matthew 19:9 mean, concerning marriage, divorce, and remarriage?

What does Matthew 19:9 mean? Jesus said, “Whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery” (Matthew 19:9). What does Jesus mean by these very startling words? This passage has been the source of much debate, confusion, and heartache. But Jesus spoke these words to bless people, not to curse them.

In this Bible study, Wes McAdams is joined by Jordan and Priscilla Gray. Jordan and Priscilla have lived through infidelity and divorce. Their lives and relationship are a testimony to God’s power of redemption. Their story will challenge, encourage, and convict you.

This episode of the Bible Study Podcast is part of the, “What Does This Passage Mean?” series. During this series, Wes and various guests will study a different passage of the Bible in context. We will discuss both the meaning and application of some difficult passages of Scripture. If you have a passage you would like for us to discuss, send us a note: RadicallyChristian.com/contact or leave a voicemail at 707-238-2216.

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