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I.divorce II Hate the Patents 05 01 1999 Doc

I.divorce II Hate the Patents 05 01 1999 Doc

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Pharisees also came unto Him, tempting Him, saying unto Him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause? And He answered and said unto them, Have you not read, that He which made them at the beginning made them 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 are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let no man put asunder.“ (Matthew, 19: 3-9)
Pharisees also came unto Him, tempting Him, saying unto Him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause? And He answered and said unto them, Have you not read, that He which made them at the beginning made them 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 are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let no man put asunder.“ (Matthew, 19: 3-9)

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I - DIVORCE
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II - HATE THE PARENTS
Gospel According to Spiritism. XXII: 5 and XXIII: 1,2,3
SYNTHESES:“The Pharisees also came unto Him, tempting Him, saying unto Him, Is it lawful for a man to put away hiswife for every cause? And He answered and said unto them, Have you not read, that He which made them at thebeginning made them male and female, and said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleaveto his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore Godhath joined together, let no man put asunder.“
(Matthew, 19: 3-9)
DIVORCEa) - Divorce is a human law, whose purpose is to separate what was legally in fact already separated.b) - it is not a law contrary to the Law of God, because only reform what men did, and it only has application inthe cases in which the Divine Law was not considered.c) - In the beginning there was no need of divorce, men in the humanity's origin were not perverted byselfishness and pride, and they lived according to the Law of God, the unions were founded in the reciprocal sympathyand not on vanity or ambition, they did not give reason to rejection.d) - The Mosaic Law in certain cases prescribed the stoning wanting to abolish a barbaric habit needed naturallyof establishing a penalty.HATE THE PARENTS:“And there went great multitudes with Him: and He turned, and said unto them: If any man come to me,and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple. So likewise,whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, you cannot be my disciple.”
(Luke, 14: 25-27; 33)
“He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son and daughter morethan me is not worthy of me.”
(Matthew, 10: 37).
a) – Very occasionally certain words attributed to Christ make singular contrast to His habitual manner of speaking, so much so that we instinctively repel their literal sense without causing the sublimity of His doctrine to suffer damage. Written after His death, since none of the Evangelists wrote while He was alive, it is licit to believe that in caseslike these the depth of His thoughts were not expressed or, which is no less possible, the original sense while havingbeen passed from one language to another has consequently suffered some alteration. (…).b) – The Hebraic language was not rich in expressions and contained many words which had varied meanings.Such a one, for example, is that in Genesis used to describe the phases of creation. It also served simultaneously toexpress a given period of time and the period of a day. Later on, from this situation came the translation into the term aday, and the belief that the world was created in a period that lasted six times twenty-four hours. Another was the wordused to designate both camel and a rope, since the ropes were made of camel hair. This is why they translated the wordinto the term ‘camel’ in the allegory of the eye of the needle.
(Chapter, 16: 2).
 
CONSIDERATIONS:
Once again we have to take in consideration that we are studying within the Spiritist Doctrine.Well, the problems that Jesus found in the presentation of the Father's doctrine Who sent him, for being alove doctrine, it struggled itself front-to-front with the mosaic laws, in the times of Moses the people were rude andignorant, and only by force of penalties they were disciplined, with elapsing of the times, Jesus brought moral renewaland incentivation of the spiritual life.What constantly caused embarrassment of the people that was habituated to the free life in the matter, andJesus with his spiritual doctrine in detriment to the material life, necessarily provoked renewal to the way of thinking or of interpreting the laws, be them the mosaic or the Decalogue one, Jesus trying to spiritualize the man, in confrontationwith divorce, being Jesus, the model that God gave us to follow,
(The SpiritsBook, Q. 625)
presented Himself as anexemplar representative, for our spiritual ascension and for our discipline and education, teaching us the most values,eternal and spiritual that: the matrimonial union in the primordial thoughts was not to be divorced.
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Studied at Joana d’Arc, on 05/01/1999.
 
Having, brought Jesus the explanations that God is love, within that love law, there is no need for divorce,it was a need that Moses granted to unbind because the hardness of the hearts, but that certainly if the spouses lovethemselves there is not that need.Because we know through the Spiritist Doctrine that there is spiritual graduation;
(The Spirits’ Book, Q. 97-100
)different graduations that goes on to the infinite, and many spirits are still in apprenticeship of tests and atonements.That is, still arrested to this world, it happens that a man may marry a woman who may have an inferior spiritual degree to him, or vice-versa, that one be more moralized than other, or more intelligent than other, many timesin that unbalance between two different souls, God unites them with the purpose of one to help the other, be it moral, or be it, intellectually, it is a reciprocal need.Thence the Spiritist Doctrine asking that we be tolerant to each other and to accept the defects one to theother, with tolerance, pardon and charity; it is difficult, but with the knowledge that we are all lacking spirits, who knowswe are not able to resign ourselves and accept the matrimonial difficulties, as a mission, for our evolution and acquisitionof virtues.Jesus taught us, that we should not judge our neighbour,
(Matthew, 7: 1, 2)
the reason is that we do not knoweverything about people and we cannot demand fanatically: they should not get divorced.We cannot also say: look, you get divorced to live the way that you want.It is as one says in the saying: “The religious persons think like this because they do not feel in their skin."Well then, the most mistake of the people that marry, it is because they think that marriage is happiness;because they believe too much in the story that says":... and they went to the castle... and they lived happy forever more!"It is not well like this, the happiness is deserved and gained, it is worked, he who wants it has to make aneffort for that, he who wants to have friends has to be friendly, he who wants to be loved has to love; he who wants to berespected, has to respect; a couple that begins to disrespect themselves begins in disunion danger, for that Jesustaught:"Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and theprophets."
(Matthew, 7: 12).
Be it with disappointments, be it with humiliations, be it with difficulties or not, being considered that we areeternal spirits in evolution on the way to perfection, we should make effort of maintaining our marriage, asking to God for forces for us to support and to help our marriage.In case there are not enough faith or knowledge of life, to be, destiny and pain, and as each head is eachsentence, if there is who believes in divorce as solution for himself, all is well, the doctrine spiritist does not condemn,but explains that we are spirits reincarnants that it is possible we had in other previous lives got acquainted or offendedourselves, and that in marriage sometimes, although difficult, the spirits are readjusted, they are regenerated and paytheir debits, and it is only that. it is enough for a meditation!From this world to the beyond what is worth are the virtues that we take with us and the love, what survivesis love, we know from André Luiz in the book "Our Home" that his mother had strong affections with her husband andvoluntarily she planned to be reincarnated to help him, that due to improper associations, he was in spiritual debt and heneeded help, what could only be accomplished by the fact of his wife’s loving him. As the evaluation of a marriage that is difficult to support, the true evaluation, can only be done after bothdisincarnated, because there is many details that escape from our eyes or senses, due to the vicissitudes of the materiallife.The more a spouse bases on the matter, more difficult it is to hold a whole life in union and harmony, and itcan also happen for religious inequality or unjustments others that do succumb them, once again the prayer and theconstant prayer is a resource, inestimably necessary!May then God so want, there to be more matrimonial love in the world and less divorces or need of separations, and there are separations that are done hurriedly without analysis or consideration and the beyondsometimes answers: if, oneself waited for a little while that proof would have finished with merit of being worthy of spiritual considerations.
(The Spirits’ Book, Q. 171 & 663)
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CONSIDERATIONS ON THE STUDY OF:TO LOVE JESUS AND TO HATE THE PARENTS.
This strange moral, seems even coincidentally to coincide with the study of the divorce, let us see that off themarriage is born the opportunity of a spirit to reincarnate himself to give continuation to his evolution and progress,marriage is the most important part of the material life, because it is from it that the opportunity of the spirits to descendinto the matter comes.

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