The Wedded Life by J R Miller J. R. Miller http://www.gracegems.org/Miller/SERMONS.htm Homes are the divinely ordained fountains of life. It is not by accident, that people live in families, rather than solitarily. The human race began in a family, and Eden was a home. The divine blessing has ever rested upon nations and communities, just … Continue reading The Wedded Life by J R Miller
TO UNDERSTAND AND TO BE UNDERSTOOD By Father Henry Siew (Taken from CatholicNews---3 September 2006) www.catholic.org.sg The primary objective of communication in interpersonal relationship, and especially in spousal relationship, is not to gather data but to understand each other better, says Father Henry Slew GIVING OR SEEKING information such as those related to the … Continue reading TO UNDERSTAND AND TO BE UNDERSTOOD By Father Henry Siew
Tough Promises Kept by Max Lucado All the passages below are taken from Max Lucado’s book “Facing Your Giants” published in 2006. http://www.maxlucado.com/ KING DAVID'S life couldn't be better. Just crowned. His throne room smells like fresh paint, and his city architect is laying out new neighborhoods. God's ark indwells the tabernacle; gold and silver … Continue reading Tough Promises Kept by Max Lucado
Understanding Marriage from Ephesians 5 by David Guzik Does Jesus Make a Difference in Marriage?By David Guzik Go to www.enduringword.com. Scroll down to Online Commentary on the left side and click it. Scroll to Marriage Series and click it. Click on the Audio button. In this nine-part series, David Guzik doesn't go through everything the Bible has to say about marriage. … Continue reading Understanding Marriage from Ephesians 5 by David Guzik
What God Has Joined Together: No Man Must Put Asunder By Father Robert Pecotte October 8, 2006 Readings for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Reading 1: Gen. 2:18–24Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 128:1–2, 3, 4–5, 6Reading 2: Heb. 2:9–11Gospel: Mk. 10:2–16 or 10: 2–12Link to Readings Last week I discovered something that I should not have had … Continue reading What God Has Joined Together: No Man Must Put Asunder By Father Robert Pecotte
What God Has Joined Together Let Not Man Separate Part 1 By John Piper By John Piper June 24, 2007 © Desiring God. Website: desiringGod.org Mark 10:1-12 And he left there and went to the region of Judea and beyond the Jordan, and crowds gathered to him again. And again, as was his custom, … Continue reading What God Has Joined Together Let Not Man Separate Part 1 By John Piper
What God Has Joined Together Let Not Man Separate Part 2 By John Piper By John Piper June 24, 2007 © Desiring God. Website: desiringGod.org Matthew 19:3-12 And Pharisees came up to him and tested him by asking, “Is it lawful to divorce one’s wife for any cause?” He answered, “Have you not read that … Continue reading What God Has Joined Together Let Not Man Separate Part 2 By John Piper
What is keeping you from forgiving your spouse By Pastor Steve Carr? By Pastor Steve Carr in Arroyo Grande, California. http://www.covenantkeepers.org. Are you having a tough time, at the moment, trying to forgive your spouse of some hurtful offense, or maybe a string of conflicts that have continued unresolved in your marriage? Forgiveness is one very … Continue reading What is keeping you from forgiving your spouse By Pastor Steve Carr?
What Makes a Marriage Work by Elisabeth Elliot? In her advice to her daughter, Valerie, Elisabeth Elliot places four things, which she believes, make a marriage work. They are: 1. Acceptance of divine order 2. Proper use of sex 3. Loyalty and pride 4. Love. In order to interest the internet readers to read on, I propose reversing the … Continue reading What Makes a Marriage Work by Elisabeth Elliot?
You Marry a Sinner, a Man, a Husband and a Person by Elisabeth Elliot All the passages below are taken from Elisabeth Elliot’s book “Let me be a Woman,” published in 1976 and copyright renewed in 2004. You Marry a Sinner IN THE past several years I have talked to college and seminary women on marriage. … Continue reading You Marry a Sinner, a Man, a Husband and a Person by Elisabeth Elliot