People Don’t Fall Out of Love – Mark Driscoll


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One response to “People Don’t Fall Out of Love – Mark Driscoll

  1. Largely agree. However, I do disagree with the notion that your spouse is not your enemy. She indeed can be your enemy when she’s having her affair, divorcing you and trying to take your children, possessions and even your future earnings.

    It’s not a given that your spouse is not your enemy. It’s not her status as spouse that makes her friend or enemy, it’s her actions. If her actions are consistently counter to scripture and having a good marriage, she may indeed be your enemy.

    Even that doesn’t excuse you from loving her. But it doesn’t mean you have to remain married to her if she refuses to end her hurtful, sinful behavior.