In my discussions with Jews who have left for Christianity (or ‘Messianic Judaism’) the vast majority of them have married non-Jews. I have met very few Jewish believers in jesus who are married to Jews.

Furthermore, in the majority of the intermarried couples, it was the man who was Jewish and married a non-Jewish woman. Some of these men told me that they decided to believe in Jesus SO that they could marry the non-Jewish women. (Do you need any more proof that Jesus is destroying the Jewish nation?)

Anyway – for those of you who are reading this and have married out, take advice from the Jewish Bible what you need to do:

Ezra 10:1-3:
And when Ezra prayed and confessed, weeping and prostrating himself before the House, a very large assemblage of Israel, men, women, and children, gathered to him, for the people wept with much weeping.

And Shechaniah, the son of Jehiel, of the sons of Elam, raised his voice and said to Ezra, “We have betrayed our God, and we have taken in foreign wives of the peoples of the land, but now there is hope for Israel concerning this.

And now, let us make a covenant with our God to cast out all the wives and their offspring, by the counsel of the Lord and those who hasten to [perform] the commandment of our God, and according to the Law it shall be done.

Really? Is it that harsh what you have to do?

Ezra 1:4: Rise, for the matter is incumbent upon you, and we are with you; be strong and do!”

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