Adrienne Sets The Record Straight On Relationship With Israel Houghton

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Adrienne Bailon has spoken out about and confirmed her relationship with Grammy award-winning Gospel artist Israel Houghton on the BET TV show – The Real.

Bailon exclusively states that she had nothing to do with Israel Houghton’s divorce from his 20 year marriage and that having the blame put on her was hurtful. The actress and presenter makes a point of saying that Israel is not married and goes on to say that she is grateful for the platform she has to set the facts straight.

Watch her “set the facts straight” here:

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  1. He is a Christian, so I will respond from a Christian standpoint. It’s important to note that, not only concerning this particular situation, but for others in the Christian community as well, this is a very serious topic.GOD hates divorce. Two people are united as one…one flesh. Christian marriage is compared to the relationship that Jesus has with His church- He is the Bridegroom and we are the bride. Many seem to be confused on what the Bible says and means concerning divorce and remarriage and it seems there are only a few church leaders address this issue. Sad, but many of them have divorces as well.
    In his situation, Israel Houton failed in his first marriage because he was unfaithful to his wife. He committed adultery. The Bible is very clear on divorce and adultery.
    Sadly, for her, she believes he is free for her to date. Even more sad is that he has chosen to adhere to a secular worldview on this subject and ignore the Biblical worldview.
    Matthew 19:9 And I say to you: whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery.
    His decision not only affects himself, but his girlfriend as well.
    This article from gotquestions explains the Biblical worldview of marriage, remarriage, unfaithfulness and divorce a bit more extensively..

    • Great information. Thanks!
      What was your aim? To educate the readers? To encourage or discourage? Just trying to work out your aim from your words and the tone in which they are written.
      Great information. Thanks, again.

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