Adding God to husband and wife does make the foundation for a strong marriage, but the process is not as simple as adding water to sand and cement to make concrete. What role does he play in developing healthy husbands and wives?Most important, how can Christians draw on God's resources to build solid families? Godly Sex You'd never know by listening to the voices in popular culture today that sex was God's idea, but it's true.
One of the major ways Christians have let the Word of God dwell in us richly throughout history has been through singing hymns in church gatherings.
Hymns are beloved because they share the richness of the gospel and the beauty of Jesus Christ in a catchy and memorable way.
What people desire, what they value, varies, and the degree of their desire varies; but one thing is constant, our happiness varies in direct proportion to the achievement or realization of our greatest values.
If I value being meek and tender-hearted, but habitually act in an arrogant and harsh way, I will feel guilty and unhappy.
Crown Him with many crowns, the Lamb upon His throne / Hark!
How the heavenly anthem drowns all music but its own / Awake, my soul, and sing of Him who died for thee / And hail Him as thy matchless King through all eternity.
This study attempts to answer questions such as: What lies behind our disagreements about money? What does it really mean to understand our partner's intent and seek understanding? Communication in Marriage Communication problems are as old as Adam and Eve.
In this 6-session course, we explore what the Bible has to say about the obstacles and solutions to communication, how to communicate love to our spouses, how to avoid miscommunication, how to stop hurtful words, the importance of compromise, and finally how grace towards one another is the key to getting along. Faith as the Marriage Glue Far too many marriages fail, and, according to most statistics, Christian unions fare little better than average.
A few days have gone by since the excitement and my heart is torn, I feel guilty for even dating a man who doesn’t follow Jesus.
The idea of my Christian friends ridiculing me for potentially marrying a no Christian and even worse the idea of disappointing God himself is bumming me out. It’s wrong to start pounding on someone just because you disapprove of something that they’ve said or done.
And basing your criticism on some nonexistent rule that For the unbelieving husband has been sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife has been sanctified through her believing husband. How do you know, wife, whether you will save your husband?