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 Pat Robertson says Alzheimer's makes divorce OK

OK... this shows that Pat Robertson need to just go sit down and shut his mouth. What dispicable advise coming from a minister!

Hey Pat, it's called LOVE and SACRIFICE!

http://news.yahoo.com/pat-robertson-says-alzheimers-makes-divorce-ok-000952197.html

Krispy

 2011/9/15 6:09









 Re: Pat Robertson says Alzheimer's makes divorce OK

Sheesh, the mind boggles. Even his co-host said something about " In sickness and in health," to which Mr Robertson replied "Till death do us part," suggesting that those with this disease is already dead so to speak. Lord help us all..............brother Frank

 2011/9/15 9:05
StarofG0D
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This is an outrage.

I work with alzheimers patients, and though their mind may not be quite all there, THEIR HEART IS SURELY INTACT


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Michelle

 2011/9/15 9:10Profile
browny
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 Re: Pat Robertson says Alzheimer's makes divorce OK

Makes me sad to read this.
It is unbelievable and not in line at all with the loving, caring heart of the Father.
I think Pat need to SHAME himself for what he is saying!

browny

 2011/9/15 9:22Profile
EverestoSama
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He should have kept his mouth shut LONG before this. This is only icing on the cake.

 2011/9/15 11:07Profile









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Sigh. Saints I commend to you Robert McQuilkin, past president of Columbia Bible College and Columbia University. This godly man resigned his position and gave up public ministry to care for his wife who was diagnosed with alzhiemers. This loving husband of many years stayed at his side's side until God took her home. As Krispy said it is called love and sacrifice.

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 2011/9/15 11:35









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My wife and I both know I will probably go home before her... but should the Lord make me wait, and should she ever face something like cancer or alzheimers I will be there to the end holding her hand.

I feel sorry for Pat Robertson's wife. I wonder what she thinks of his statement?

Krispy

 2011/9/15 12:38
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Blaine, do you have access to the article McQuilkin wrote about his situation? Many years ago he wrote an article detailing his decision to leave his job to care for his wife. This was such a touching piece...if anyone can find it it would make a very nice contribution to the collection here on SI. I did a brief search on the "Christianity Today" site but could not find it - it appeared before computers.

EDIT: I found it! I posted it under the 'Articles and sermons" forum.


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 2011/9/16 9:33Profile
ZiaJ
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 Re: Pat Robertson says Alzheimer's makes divorce OK

When a spouse has Alzheimer's disease, specialists agree that they need all the adoring assistance they can get. However, as Christian Broadcasting Network chairman Rev. Pat Robertson told “700 Club” viewers Tues, separating from a partner with Alzheimer's is sensible. He went on to convey he wouldn't “put a guilt trip” on the non-Alzheimer's spouse, since the disease is “a type of death”. http://www.newsytype.com/11406-pat-robertson-alzheimers-divorce/ Oh, this is hard. Sometimes a spouse is the only person the Alzheimer person will recognize.

 2011/9/20 0:01Profile
swornservant
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Alzheimer's is not a death!!

GOD expects the husband to

remain faithful and true to

his wife come sickness or

health, for richer or poorer,

till death due us part!!

AND WHAT GOD HAS JOINED

TOGETHER LET NO MAN TRY

TO PUT ASUNDER!!

 2011/9/29 15:21Profile





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