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Keeping This One Thing Will Strengthen Your Marriage
Conscience. It’s how God helps us grow in our relationship with Him and with others. Children usually have very tender conscience, and will quickly confess when their conscience is telling them they have done something wrong. Our conscience is for … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, Repentance, Testimonies, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged Confession, Conscience, Guilty, Marriage help, Sin, Soft Pillow 1 Comment
50 Shades Of Grace In Marriage – Part 2
Today we have a post on the 31 Days To A Better Marriage website. It’s titled, Being Intentionally Intentional. We invite you to click on over once you’re finished here. FYI, the post goes up 8a. PST, so if you … Continue reading
What’s In Your Thoughts?
As Christians we are well versed on the Truth that God knows our thoughts, but do we really take this Truth to heart? We subscribe to an e-mail devotional that takes the writings of several Puritan writers and re-publishes them … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, communication, Growing Strong Marriages, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged Bible, Christ, Christian, God, Holy Spirit, Sin, Thought Life Comments Off on What’s In Your Thoughts?
What Does It Look Like To Glorify God In Your Marriage?
Dr. Albert Mohler is one of our favorite writers, pastors, teachers, and also serves as the President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He wrote an article titled Marriage and the Glory of God that so wonderfully describes what this … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, Conflict, Difficulty, Fruits of the Spirit, Growing Strong Marriages, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged Albert Mohler, Bible, Christ, Christian, Fruit of the Holy Spirit, God, marriage, Sin Comments Off on What Does It Look Like To Glorify God In Your Marriage?
Don’t Skip This One Thing
I remember hearing as a young adult when considering my future husband to pay attention to how he treated his mother. This was said to be a great indicator of his real character. Through the years I’ve come to see … Continue reading
When Honesty Hurts
We all know that honesty is the best policy when it comes to business, social media, and acquaintances. But what about marriage? What if the words you need to say are going to hurt your spouse? Like confessing sins committed … Continue reading
Part 3 – What Pressure Reveals
This is Part 3 of our series titled, Diapers, Toddlers & Romance, Oh My, where we are talking about how to keep the home fires burning in the midst of raising a family. We have talked so far about the issue of … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, communication, Conflict, Diapers, Toddlers & Romance, Oh My, Difficulty, Growing Strong Marriages, Hindrances to Romance, Parenting, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged Christ, Christianity, English Standard Version, Evangelism, God, Jesus, Parenting, Religion and Spirituality, Romance in Marriage, Sin 1 Comment
I Was Just Kidding
This is a phrase used often. It is said when the person really is just kidding. Laughter erupts with everyone in the room. However, there are times when this phrase is said and one person is the brunt of the … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, communication, Conflict, Growing Strong Marriages, humor, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged God, Husband, Just Kidding, laughter, marriage, Relationships, Sin, Slippery slope, Word 20 Comments
Mortified – Part 2
Yesterday I began sharing with you one of the most significant times of growth in my life. It effected my marriage in a powerful way, and my prayer is my testimony will help others who may struggle with similar besetting … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, Forgiveness, Growing Strong Marriages, Testimonies, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged Confession, God, Jesus, Lord, Prayer, Pride, Sin, Vine 15 Comments
Shame On You!
This phrase is often said when someone does something they shouldn’t have. Like when a child deliberately goes against their parents’ wishes bringing embarrassment or shame. But the shame we want to talk about involves the marriage relationship. Oftentimes shame … Continue reading