Willem Lingeman
L i f e
U n i t e d
f o r
that love and faithfulness may not leave you

 

United for Life Lectures

 


 

In the 'United for Life lectures' different subjects relating to marriage as established by God are discussed from a biblical perspective.

 

Production and presentation: Willem & Helen Lingeman

Subtitles: Elles Hoevenagel

Technical realization: Willem Lingeman and Bastiaan Schreuders

Recording studio: Studio 28

Music composed and performed by Edward Pattiapon

 

               Introduction

Part   1:   What is a marriage and for how long should it last?

Part   2:   Marriage, a covenant

Part   3:   The Jewish marriage

Part   4:   The difference between fornication and adultery

Part   5:   The exception rule or exception clause, part 1

Part   6:   The exception rule or exception clause, part 2

Part   7:   What does the Bible teach about divorce?

Part   8:   What does the Bible teach about remarriage after divorce?

Part   9:   Restoration and healing after divorce

Part 10:   Beautiful things can be done with stolen goods

Part 11:   Living in sin and falling into sin

Part 12:   Adultery a severe sin

 

Questions from readers, listeners and viewers:

 

Part 13:   Should we obey the government?

Part 14:   'It is better to marry than to burn with lust?'

Part 15:   There is forgiveness after confessing adultery

Part 16:   Can I, as a believer, remarry after my divorce from an unbeliever?  (November 15, 2019) 

Part 17:   Our marriage should never have happened  (December 20, 2019)

Part 18:   May I take back my wife? Is she not now defiled?  (January 17, 2020)

Part 19:   Is living together the same as being married?  (February 21, 2020)

Part 20:   Is the innocently divorced person punished with celibacy?  (March 20, 2020)

Part 21:   Is the bond of marriage valid if God wasn’t there when it was entered into?  (April 17, 2020)

Part 22:   The exception rule throughout the centuries  (May 15, 2020)

Part 23:   Is the unbelieving husband sanctified by the believing wife?  (June 19, 2020)

Part 24:   Was Solomon allowed to have a thousand wives?  (July 17, 2020)

Part 25:   Are Christians allowed to Judge?  (August 21, 2020)