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Your Fiancé is Pregnant! (But not by you. Uh, ooh.)

Obey verb \ō-ˈbā, ə-\
: to do what someone tells you to do or what a rule, law, etc., says you must doAmazing, but this tiny little word makes a lot of people want to disobey. Seems that when an order is given, our natural instinct is to do the opposite.
Joseph, the man who was betrothed to Mary the mother of Jesus,1 was asked by a messenger of God2 to be obedient. 
So far it seems pretty fair that a believer should be obedient to God, right? In this circumstance, though, Joseph was really put to the test because his being obedient had to do with something he was unable to see or prove and so on.
Mary was pregnant, but it wasn't something Joseph was a part of,3 get it? Regarding tests of faith, this is where the rubber not only meets the road, it also permeates it and meshes with it to the deepest layer. 
Joseph thought the same thing any one of us would think, 'I am leaving this woman, right now.4'
Joseph couldn't even give the matter the benefit of doubt. It was obvious th…

Your Fiancé is Pregnant! (But not by you. Uh, ooh.)

Obey verb \ō-ˈbā, ə-\
: to do what someone tells you to do or what a rule, law, etc., says you must do Amazing, but this tiny little word makes a lot of people want to disobey. Seems that when an order is given, our natural instinct is to do the opposite.
Joseph, the man who was betrothed to Mary the mother of Jesus,1 was asked by a messenger of God2 to be obedient. 
So far it seems pretty fair that a believer should be obedient to God, right? In this circumstance, though, Joseph was really put to the test because his being obedient had to do with something he was unable to see or prove and so on.
Mary was pregnant, but it wasn't something Joseph was a part of,3 get it? Regarding tests of faith, this is where the rubber not only meets the road, it also permeates it and meshes with it to the deepest layer. 
Joseph thought the same thing any one of us would think, 'I am leaving this woman, right now.4'
Joseph couldn't even give the matter the benefit of doubt. It was obvi…