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Summer Issue August 2011 ~ Volume 11, Number 02

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    00 Brother Joe:

    'There was a remote village that was told they had built over a fault line. They were warned that someday there would be a disastrous earthquake that would destroy their village. They were shown a map of their location and the dangerous fault line running right through their village. They were urged to move their entire village or face eventual destruction by an earthquake. The people were very upset and thought that moving was hard and too much to expect of them. The village leaders got together and pondered what to do. They decided to change the fault line on the map a little and make it go around their village. By redrawing the line, their village was safe and they could avoid the future disaster. Everyone was happy for awhile and felt comfortable with their new revised map.'

    In this parable like story, the village leaders are today's foolish pastors. The people are the church goers. The map is the Bible and the line on the map represents scripture.

    Because scripture often demands an action that is sometimes uncomfortable, most pastors and churches have changed it a little to make them feel better. When we run into a Biblical truth we don't like, we think we can move the line. This works for awhile and sometimes feels good.....for awhile. Oh, by the way, the village was destroyed in Turkey in 1999 by an earthquake.

    Praise God for your boldness to teach truth in scripture,

    M. & D.D.


    Please remember CPR in your giving considerations. We would appreciate your gift of any size.

    You can make a difference in the distribution of this timely message.

    There may never be a more opportune time to proclaim the truth of God in the area of marriage and family.

    We appreciate those who are faithful in giving and we are secure in the knowledge that God will supply our needs as you have opportunity to give.

    God is at work around us! He is calling us all to action! You can minister to us as we minister to others.

    Thank you for giving, and God Bless.

    Pastor Webb:

    I really like what you said when the real test of the success of a parent is to see how your children have raised your grand children and see how your grand children are once they have become adults.

    B.J. Tulsa, OK

    P.S. Also, so glad you have the other languages to reach the world too! I have a supervisor at work from South America who needs to know the truth regarding her family. Also, have a young couple from the Ukraine who are engaged. This is what the Internet is made for. To get the Truth out to the whole world! It is incredibly powerful.

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    00 Dr. Webb:

    He who is honestly mistaken, when confronted with the truth, will either cease to be mistaken or cease to be honest. "...We continue to stand for the truth regarding divorce and remarriage even though it is not a popular stance to take, as you well know! Your message gave me great encouragement. Thank you for standing for the truth."

    In Christian love,

    B. MCW. CAN

    00 Dear Pastor Raymond and Dr. Webb,

    Greetings from the land 'down under', Sydney, Australia. I clicked onto praisepowerprayer today and saw there were interviews with Dr Webb.

    Thank you, Dr Webb for sharing, it is SO good to hear your calm, confident, positive, Bible knowledge with your message.

    Amazing, half way 'round the world and I can listen in.

    Aukland, Australia

    Pastor Webb:

    Thank you for your recent newsletter. They are always so encouraging. I just got it duplicated and have sent it out.

    I will send you a separate email so that I can be on the email news letter list.

    It sounds like you and Pat have been standing for VICTORY and victory you received ! ! ! Praise the Lord! Living in the kingdom of God principle is the best isn't it! Continue to delight yourself in the Lord, expecting the desires of your hearts to be fulfilled! PTL! !

    God bless us all,

    K. S. CA

    Christian Principles Restored, CPR Ministries, was created with the goal of reestablishing Biblical principles concerning courting, marriage, and divorce to secure Godly permanent homes and families.

    Ministry Update & "A Crisis of Character"

    It has been a while since we sent out our last newsletter, but please don't think that means we are not busy. The materials in this newsletter will help you see we are busy and the Lord is moving in the lives of so many new hearts.

    Our hearts go out to many of you who have felt the financial pressure of our economy in the U.S., but please know we understand and are praying the Lord will sustain and restore you and us in the days ahead. God is still our Jehovah Jireh, and He cannot and will not fail. His admonition for this time is the same:

    "Seek ye FIRST the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you." Matthew 6:33


    Several years ago I read an article in "Ministry Today" magazine, June 2007, by Myles Munroe, the founder, president and senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International, titled, "Character Crisis".

    In the article, he said,

    "Among the most visible church leaders today, there seem to be plenty of characters but few people of character. The last few years have not been good for those who have been looking to leaders to guide them through the turbulent tides of life. We trust leaders to be examples and to help us navigate the uncertain waters of daily living. But we often discover that many of these leaders can't navigate these waters themselves."

    He continued, "I am convinced that the future of leadership will be determined by whether a return to character becomes the priority. Recently, much of the focus of leadership has been on position, power, talent and charisma. It is as if reputation has become more important than personal responsibility and position more important than disposition.

    Munroe's appeal was for more leaders with character. He then defines character as,

    "the inherent, predictable nature and moral fiber of a person"
    He summed up this statement with the word "integrity" and the following statements,
    "...who you are, what you say, what you do and how you appear are all one... You are not one thing in public and another in private. Character is present when what you say is what you do. Most of our leaders seem to be characters but aren't people of character... Character does not develop in a vacuum; it comes through tests, pressure and challenges."

    Pat and I have been privileged to know some of the finest people of character and integrity in the world. People who walk out their convictions regardless of the pain and opposition they might experience. People who have felt the loneliness, criticism, and opposition of standing alone for one reason: a genuine commitment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and the awareness that we are only here for a moment, and then, "Well done, good and faithful servant." Matthew 25:21

    Pat and I thank the Lord for each and every one of you who are standing and refusing to compromise for the momentary pleasures of this world. In Hebrews 11:27 we are told about Moses, who was a "friend of God," and to whom God spoke "face to face."

    "By faith he (Moses) forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured, as seeing him who is invisible."

    Today, many only see the temporal, the transitory, the fleeting, and forsake eternal truth to enjoy it's pleasures; forgetting, that which is to come "is not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed." Romans 8:18

    The goals of this ministry have never been to make people feel good, but rather to help people understand God's will and purpose for their lives and how they, like Paul, can say,

    "According to my earnest expectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but that with all boldness, as always, [Here is integrity] so now also Christ shall be magnified in my body, whether by life, or by death." Philippians 1:20

    Pat and I have felt the pain with so many of you and have experienced the isolation and misunderstanding of others, but we want to encourage you with Paul's admonition, in I Corinthians 15:58:

    "Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is NOT IN VAIN in the Lord."

    I once read of a caretaker who worked for a landowner for over thirty years, caring for his house and land. The owner didn't live there but asked him to keep it up for him. After thirty years of keeping everything immaculate every day, someone asked him, "Why do you work so hard when he hasn't even been here in over thirty years?" His answer was incredible: "But he could come today."

    Dear ones, don't be discouraged - He could come TODAY! Continue to be persons of integrity and character for His glory and know we are here to minister to you in any way we can.

    God bless you,

    Joe & Pat Webb

    Reader Questions & Letters

    This is an email I received from one who was walking out her faith in spite of the pain and surrounding circumstances. Some of you will quickly and completely identify with her.

    The Journey of Healing (1992)

    When the one to whom you have entrusted your deepest intimacy and future, tosses you in a corner and says it's ended; disbelief is all that is real. Over and over false reasons play in your head. "What did I do to cause him to want to leave? Did I use red candles on the table in place of blue?" And he replies to each inquiry, "you know! You know!" but you don't. When he walks around with his mouth in a smirk and you are there with a cartoon balloon pointing to your head containing a huge ?, when you have no one to confide in and your pastor reverently tells you that you must forgive him; when your children offer the information that your replacement really is a nice person; when your son removes all hope that reconciliation with your spouse will ever happen; when your daughter makes plans for all her siblings to have Christmas Eve supper at the other woman's house and later on invites you to travel 50 miles that same evening for dessert at your daughter's own apartment; when another daughter tells you that you need to return to the town of your youth to be with your family of origin who have long since moved away themselves. Your life is over again, and again, and again and again, and that's four more people, your kids, who have tossed you in a corner to ponder the moment your history and future became totally vaporized.

    To whom can you turn? There is absolutely no one. When you live in a distant land far from your family "Back East" and when all the important family support have passed on to be with The Lord; when your pastor admits that an annulment will delete your 28 year long marriage from the records of his church; when good friends listen until they tire and advise you to "get on with your life," and casual friends tell you that you are stuck in denial if in 6 months you are still in grief; when people you barely associate with ask if there is a new someone in your life because they see your wedding band still on your hand; when people you have nothing in common with, snicker because your once moral spouse has chosen the immoral side, by dumping you for the proverbial younger woman; to whom can you turn?

    Jesus calls out to deaf ears, "What about Me?"

    When daughter #3 announces she is getting married during the upcoming Christmas week; when your spouse disappears immediately following her ceremony and you know where he's headed; when daughter #2 announces she's also getting married six months later and your spouse is incensed that you are holding off his divorce until after she too gets married; when he asks that the two of you share the same divorce attorney as the two of you shared the pastor who married you; to whom can you turn?

    Jesus calls out to deaf ears, "What about Me?"

    When you know you must discard family treasures and sell the family home; when you know time has run out and your antsy spouse is about to get his divorce; when you fully realize that Christmas, Easter, vacations and holidays will never be the same, when you understand that his family no longer has the same ties to you and is bonding with your replacement; when your son-in-law tells you to "white-out" the past 28 years of marital history and start a new history; and when he presents what he believes is Scriptural support to replace the spouse of your youth and the father of your children with another spouse, to whom can you turn?

    Jesus calls out to deaf ears, "What about Me?"

    Then one day you hear words you've never heard before. Jesus says, "What about Me?" And you reply, "BUT I need someone I can touch; someone who will cry with me; someone who understands my pain; who has walked in my shoes; whose heart was broken by the one trusted with their very life". And Jesus says "What about Me?, "What about Me?. "I am everything you need to surmount this terrible tragedy, and my precious child, I will never, never, never abandon you. You have My Word."

    "Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vine,

    Though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food,

    Though there are no sheep in the pens and no cattle in the stalls.

    Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God, My Savior."

    Habakkuk 3:17

    Let us give thanks in ALL circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.


    Dr. Webb,

    Thank you for your reply and I will look into those items below. While sitting here at my desk around 10:00PM tonight I just happened to open your book, "Till Death Do Us Part" and noticed chapter 7 had never been touched (read) by me, for the pages looked brand new, like some of the "minor prophets" in most bibles owned (smile). I referenced the marriage portion when I first obtained the book for research; essentially jumping around dealing with the scriptures used by many in the church and world to support divorce. So when I discovered your teaching on "repentance" I ran and showed it to my wife. Brother, I am encouraged to say the least to see another brother holding the doctrinal line and preaching all points concerning the gospel in love. Namely, Repentance and faith toward God by Jesus Christ our Lord, as the only saving response to the gospel. All I can say is "To God be the glory, Great things He hath done and shall do.

    May the Lord Himself be your "Blessing" both Now and Forever, Amen.


    Can you please shed some Godly light on my situation?

    In 2004 at the age of 31, I met a man online, who was separated from his wife of 15 years with 2 kids. He liked me instantly and proposed marriage. I had never been married nor had kids. I was reluctant, because of the bible's stand on divorce, but after praying and consulting with my parents and Christian friends, I was encouraged to go ahead. I must say also that I was definitely not attracted to him, and I thought the love would grow with time. He eventually got divorced, reason being it was impossible to live with his ex, as she was terribly uncooperative, aggressive (even fetish). We got married in 2006 at a registry, and 5 years later, I feel as empty as ever. Still very unattached and not in love with him, though he has been a wonderful husband. We have no kids, and I keep wondering since his ex is still alive and unmarried, if my marriage is valid in God's sight.

    I feel like leaving him, so I can find a meaningful marriage with someone I truly love. (by the way, I'm not seeing anyone else) I have never told him that I don't love him, and he deserves better, but I'm just pretending, and I feel I'm losing out on what should be a glorious experience on earth. Marriage should be enjoyed, not endured.

    I do not want to grow old with him like this. Please counsel me.

    Thank you.

    From a confused daughter of God.


    Dear Confused:

    Thank you for your letter of inquiry. We could correspond back and forth for hours to try to help you find the scriptural answer to all of your questions, or I could assure you, you will find all the answers to your questions and know God's will in this matter, by purchasing our two books: "Till Death Do Us Part?" and "Divorce and Remarriage, The Trojan Horse Within The Church." Or, our six DVD series with full Power Point presentation.

    Jesus said: "You shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free." The materials I described above do not have "my opinion" in them. They show how all scripture verses harmonize concerning marriage, divorce and remarriage, giving a clear presentation of what God's attitude really is on this subject. They also take you back into Church history to show you how the New Testament teachings on this subject were changed and we were never told about it.

    I wish there was a quick fix for your situation, but please know, you are on the right track concerning the present relationship you are in, but need clear Biblical confirmation to help you act on it with conviction and peace.

    After you have studied these materials, please contact me again if you have further questions and then we can have a profitable discussion. The Lord loves you and is revealing a deep truth to you.

    "Study to show yourself approved, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed; rightly dividing the Word of Truth." II Timothy 2:15

    Dr. Joe Webb

    Dear Rev. Webb,

    We send Christian greetings all the way from Australia and sincere blessings. A loving friend here has sent us CPR's March Newsletter Heartbeat, Volume 11. We do know of CPR and the website and it is most beneficial and interesting to read the questions and answers in the Newsletter. We have also heard your excellent message "Peacemaker or Peacekeeper - Which Are You?" and know others who do appreciate it.

    Our story - a sad and heartbreaking one during the last 3.5 years - our only daughter aged 38 and never married, became involved in a relationship with a man who has been divorced. His wife, whom we hear, has now remarried. At the time our daughter and he met, he was not divorced. The Lord first revealed the truth to us re DMR around the same time, approx. 3.5 years ago when we first read David Pawson's autobiography "Not As Bad As the Truth" wherein he shared about his son marrying a divorced lady and he and wife not attending the wedding because he could not condone the marriage. This started us on a search to find the truth. We first read your book "The Trojan Horse", then the Hartong's "New Hope for Broken Marriages" which we obtained through Michael Whennen at www.wisereaction.org here in Australia and Michael has become a loyal friend and prayer support over the last 3.5 years.

    Our precious girl is now being "married" on 16th July - just over a week's time, although we realize it is not a marriage in God's sight and as Rev. Stephen Wilcox emailed us some years back, saying: "nothing changes on that date, she is still not married to him" and Stephen W. mentioned a few legal issues as all that would occur. Our only son and his wife are supporting our daughter in it. They all live close to each other about a good 1,200 klms from us here. We tried earlier to show them the truth of the Scriptures with various material, books etc. but all to no avail. One of the major obstacles (if that is the correct word) is our daughter-in-law. Her father is an Anglican Minister, now retired, who has in the past remarried divorcees and so does not support what we believe is the truth. He too has been sent material from Michael Whennen, read books but has not seen truth yet (we believe he will)...

    P.S. Webb, our friend (who emailed your Newsletter) suggested we write you with our story and maybe you can add some prayer to the few we know who are supporting us. Also, can you tell us how often the Newsletter is emailed out, as we already receive quite a lot of correspondence in our Inbox, however its content is very worthwhile so if it is only every 3 months or so, we would be happy to receive it, thank you. Could you please let us know thanks Pastor.

    You may be interested to hear we too have begun to try to get the truth re DMR out into the community here - albeit in a small way to begin with. We have been giving Casey Whitaker's book, plus other material and email links to friends, some of whom are divorced, together with a loving explanatory letter. Already we have received a few positive responses, and others are considering it, some just say nothing (probably a common response as this teaching is virtually unknown in the church today). Lately we are considering how beneficial it would be if we were possibly able to organize a DMR Seminar in Australia with yourself and wife Patricia and the help of Michael who runs the website and lives in Sth. Australia, the same State our family reside......

    We actually know nothing about the "wedding", it has been heartbreaking enough - many tears in God's bottle - so we have not asked our family about it and they have not offered to tell us. Our contact with them continues sparsely now, very 'strained' and difficult and the fellowship we once had seems to have sadly disappeared. So too we have been called the usual names - Pharisee, legalist etc. but that's okay as Jesus is our first love. Our son and his wife attend a Pentecostal Church, however we believe our daughter is not walking with the Lord today although both our children were once much involved in fellowship when they lived here and worshipped the Lord in music and dance back then.

    So that is our story ................. yet we know our God is able to rescue our family from this wrong, and He will rescue them BUT even if He does not (as Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego said to King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel 3:17-18), we will not change our mind but continue to stand on the truth God has now revealed to us.

    If you have any message of encouragement or counsel for us, we would be delighted to receive it thank you Ps. Webb. Prayer is also much appreciated for our situation.

    In His Shalom, we bless the ministry of CPR,

    love from R & B,

    NSW, Australia.

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    Reader Questions & Letters, Continued

    Greetings Dr Webb

    I have just read your last email Newsletter, was it April's? The reason for this delay is that I was on a mission trip in Northern Thailand for 7 weeks and I am just clearing back log. Yes, please keep me on your email list at this email address. I am forwarding your email to other people and I will encourage them to receive your emails.

    Your question and answers are always so good and bible based, Thank you. My 'prodigal pastor husband', living with another man's wife, is Conference President for his denomination in our state. I shudder at him in this position for 12 months.

    Thank you for supporting and caring for people, like myself, who live and stand on Bible truth, honour their vows , are a model for others and live by example. May God continue to bless you and Please keep your emails coming.



    Dear J.B.

    Thank you for your kind reply and update on your life. How I praise God for faithful, obedient and victorious brothers and sisters like you all over the world who are standing, regardless of what the world system says.

    It is such a blessing to realize you have refused to become a recluse but instead, light and salt. May our God continue to richly bless and keep you. Believe me when I say, it will be worth it all when we see Jesus!

    Joe Webb

    P.S. We will keep the newsletters coming.


    > Ok here it goes.
    > What does God feel about Marriage and Domestic Abuse, Sexual A buse, and Emotional
    > Is it okay for a spouse to do these things repeatedly to their wife/husband? And not feel guilty or sorry for their actions?
    > Sent from my BlackBerry Smartphone provided by Alltel

    Thanks, B.


    Dear B.

    Thank you for your inquiry. I always like to know to whom I am writing, but I will give you the bottom line to your question. Any abuse: sexual, emotional or physical are all violation of one's marriage covenant before God. I repeat, VIOLATION: not the breaking of such a covenant.

    Whenever one experiences such abuse, they have the right to move out. Again, I say, move out, not divorce. The law of the marriage covenant has been established by God to be until death, regardless of their conduct. (For better, for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, so long as you both SHALL LIVE.) This describes the covenant agreement each couple confesses to God. In five different places God's word says to NEVER make a vow to God and break it. In Ecc. 5:4-6, God says He will "destroy the work of the hands of anyone who makes a vow and later says it was a mistake." Why? Because God is a God of covenants. Whenever one VIOLATES a covenant, the partner has the right to apply I Corinthians 7:10-11: to live separately, or BE RECONCILED to their partner. The separation is to be a time of reconsidering and heart searching before any attempt to heal the relationship. (This is in contrast to the unbiblical alternative today of, "go and pick you out a new one.")

    This is well illustrated in Jeremiah 3: where God claims Israel is His wife. He says she has committed adulteries and whordoms against Him over and over, till He gave her a DIVORCE. But in verse 18 , He says, "only REPENT, and I will take you back because YOU ARE STILL MY WIFE." God is clearly against any abuse and the perpetrator will be judged by God. "Whatsoever you sow, you shall reap." But remember, God says, "Vengeance is mine saith the Lord, I will repay." The Lord keeps single column bookkeeping. What our partner does goes on their column. How we respond, goes on ours. Jesus said to "love those who persecute you and despitefully use you." Is this FAIR? No, life isn't fair, but God is, and He loves you very much.

    I could communicate for hours with you on this subject but would encourage you to go on line to: www.cpr-ministries.org and order my two books on this subject. The books will not give you my opinion of anything, but a clear understanding of what the Bible truly says about it and how the present day Church is now teaching a distorted message about divorce from what the early Church taught. I hope this will encourage you to dig deeper and know His will in this matter.

    God Bless,

    Dr. Joseph Webb

    P.S. After you read both books, contact me again and I will be glad to answer any other questions you might have.

    Dear Doctor Webb:

    I loved your sermon on CADZ.net I think it was the best one of them all from all the sermons on it and other sites. I wish John Piper would listen to it. Your book "Till Death Do Us Part?" really helped me understand and I am still reading through the other one, "The Trojan Horse" I really did not want to believe this doctrine but I became convicted of it...

    I hope I can order a case soon. Do you like either book better, since I have not read both of them yet? I want to get one or two books into my old Bible College too. I went to school there with the guy who is now the librarian.

    Grace U in Omaha.

    Thanks again sincerely in Christ


    Dr. Webb:

    The lord is moving me to do something on his behalf. I just studied your 8 part series on Divorce, on U-tube. Thank you for preaching THE ALMIGHTY'S, word. This has really helped me more that you will know. I feel this needs to be yelled from the roof tops and pulpits; especially in these last hours. Can these DVD's be played in my church ? Can these be played in many churches ? Your organization is truly a blessing at this time.

    Thank you. M.D.


    Brother M.D.

    Thank you for your letter of inquiry concerning divorce and remarriage. It is our desire that everyone watch this seminar as quickly as possible and become centers of influence to get this message out to all of their contacts. As per the warning at the beginning of the seminar, we do request whenever it is shown to a group, an offering be taken and sent to CPR Ministries to help us continue to expand our outreach. This is not a requirement but a request. The need for getting this message out is so vital, while we feel very limited financially to open all of the new doors available to us at this time. We encourage you to make the opportunity available for those who watch the seminar to order their own copy and to order our two books: "Till Death Do Us Part?" and "Divorce and Remarriage, The Trojan Horse Within The Church." These can be ordered on line at www.cpr-ministries.org. Thanks again. God Bless!

    Dr. Joseph A. Webb / President of C.P.R. Ministries International, Inc.

    "There is no better exercise for the heart than to reach down and lift someone up." Michael Noyes

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    Now is the time to get this message out to others and open many new doors of outreach. Mail copies of these books to pastors or other friends. Once they have read it, the Holy Spirit will do the rest.

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    CPR for Marriages
    Thousands of families have been strengthened and restored to a solid scriptural foundation through the teachings of Dr. Joseph Webb.

    In CPR for Marriages and the Marriages for Life Conferences, Dr. Webb presents a scripturally balanced approach to identify the errors of popular teaching. He reveals the destructive influence these errors have had on the earthly family and the body of Christ. His presentation on the sanctity and permanence of marriage is both relevant in the preservation of families and shows that our walk with God is not about us, but is to be lived in a way that will bring Glory to God.


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    A B C's of Salvation

    A: All have sinned

    All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God
    Romans 3:23

    B: Believe in the Lord Jesus

    Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved
    Acts 16:3

    C: Confess and repent of all our sins. Then every sin we have ever committed can be forgiven.

    If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to fogive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness
    I John 1:9

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