'Husband' in the Bible
and Jacob of Joseph the husband of Mary, who was the mother of JESUS who is called CHRIST.
But Joseph her husband, being a kind-hearted man and unwilling publicly to disgrace her, had determined to release her privately from the betrothal.
"Why then," said they, "did Moses command the husband to give her 'a written notice of divorce,' and so put her away?"
and if a woman puts away her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery."
"How can this be," Mary replied, "seeing that I have no husband?"
Every man who divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery; and he who marries her when so divorced from her husband commits adultery.
"Go and call your husband," said Jesus; "and come back."
"I have no husband," she replied. "You rightly say that you have no husband," said Jesus;
"for you have had five husbands, and the man you have at present is not your husband. You have spoken the truth in saying that."
"How was it," replied Peter, "that you two agreed to try an experiment upon the Spirit of the Lord? The men who have buried your husband are already at the door, and they will carry you out."
A wife, for instance, whose husband is living is bound to him by the Law; but if her husband dies the law that bound her to him has now no hold over her.
This accounts for the fact that if during her husband's life she lives with another man, she will be stigmatized as an adulteress; but that if her husband is dead she is no longer under the old prohibition, and even though she marries again, she is not an adulteress.
Nor is that all: later on there was Rebecca too. She was soon to bear two children to her husband, our forefather Isaac--
But because there is so much fornication every man should have a wife of his own, and every woman should have a husband.
Let a man pay his wife her due, and let a woman also pay her husband his.
A married woman is not mistress of her own person: her husband has certain rights. In the same way a married man is not master of his own person: his wife has certain rights.
But to those already married my instructions are--yet not mine, but the Lord's--that a wife is not to leave her husband;
or if she has already left him, let her either remain as she is or be reconciled to him; and that a husband is not to send away his wife.
And a woman who has an unbelieving husband--if he consents to live with her, let her not separate from him.
For, in such cases, the unbelieving husband has become--and is--holy through union with a Christian woman, and the unbelieving wife is holy through union with a Christian brother. Otherwise your children would be unholy, but in reality they have a place among God's people.
For what assurance have you, O woman, as to whether you will save your husband? Or what assurance have you, O man, as to whether you will save your wife?
There is a difference too between a married and an unmarried woman. She who is unmarried concerns herself with the Lord's business--that she may be holy both in body and spirit; but the married woman concerns herself with the business of the world--how she shall please her husband.
A woman is bound to her husband during the whole period that he lives; but if her husband dies, she is at liberty to marry whom she will, provided that he is a Christian.
I would have you know, however, that of every man, Christ is the Head, that of a woman her husband is the Head, and that God is Christ's Head.
I am jealous over you with God's own jealousy. For I have betrothed you to Christ to present you to Him like a faithful bride to her one husband.
For it is written, "Rejoice, thou barren woman that bearest not, break forth into a joyful cry, thou that dost not travail with child. For the desolate woman has many children--more indeed than she who has the husband."
because a husband is the Head of his wife as Christ also is the Head of the Church, being indeed the Saviour of this His Body.
Yet I insist that among you also, each man is to love his own wife as much as he loves himself, and let a married woman see to it that she treats her husband with respect.
Yet a woman will be brought safely through childbirth if she and her husband continue to live in faith and love and growing holiness, with habitual self-restraint.
She must have been true to her one husband, and well reported of for good deeds, as having brought up children, received strangers hospitably, washed the feet of God's people, given relief to the distressed, and devoted herself to good works of every kind.
And I saw the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of Heaven from God and made ready like a bride attired to meet her husband.
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