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The first recognised human relationship was that of Adam and Eve After the happening of Creation God took soil and made Adam and placed him on earth Deciding to give Adam a companion God took a rib from Adam thus the creation of Eve The story of Adam and Eve is Gods plan for future people as they made a mistake but they were forgiven and led a happy life from then on This relates to many Christians today as many are reformed criminals or people who have sinned and everything will be forgotten once they are forgiven by God Also Adam and Eve heavily relied on God many married couples today are advised to include God in their lives Throughout the bible there are many references of views and discussions of marriage and divorce such as in the Book of Hosea which is basically reinforcing the idea of forgiveness in marriage In this book God told Hosea to marry a woman who would be unfaithful to him in the same way his people have left him After leaving his wife God told Hosea Go again and show your love for a woman who is committing adultery with a lover You must love her just as I still love the people of Israel This is the bible reference where it shows Gods forgiveness and trust in marriage In Mark 109 Jesus view on divorce is written When someone asks if a man could divorce his wife Jesus replies with A man will leave his father and mother and unite with his wife and the two will become one So they are no longer two but one Man must not separate then what God has joined together Jesus went further on to explain that when a person divorces their partner and marries another lover they are committing adultery In the Ten Commandments the seventh command is Thou shall not commit adultery The Ten Commandments are
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