Category Archives: marriage

Wise Husbands Avoid the Five ‘D’s

The best present a man can give his wife and children is a godly, Christian hubby-Dad. I did not grow up in a Christian home. No one was saved there. There never was a day when Dad or Mom announced, … Continue reading

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Is Romantic love more than a feeling? Quick words?

  True story. A church couple asked their teenage girls class what subjects they wanted to talk about? All 13 replied in a survey–love and marriage. The teacher asked them, “suppose your boyfriend said, “I love you,” how would you … Continue reading

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Tips For Healthy Marriages

“Happiness is the byproduct of serving others”  – Elisabeth Elliot Be a quick forgiver.  For a long marriage, have a short memory. You married a sinner. So did your spouse. Be patient with each other. When your spouse does something … Continue reading

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Self-destructive Relationships

There was a man from Lyme Who married three wives at a time When asked why the third? He said one is absurd And marrying two is a crime Biblical examples of good marriages are hard to find. Sin has … Continue reading

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Chasing Marriage Misery: Pixie Dust Promises

“To guarantee yourself a lifetime of misery, be sure you marry someone with the intent of changing their behavior” — Charlie Munger  This lines up with what I learned in Psychology class; the best predictor of future behavior is NOT … Continue reading

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Finding A Mate

Charm and beauty have replaced character. Singles think that they can find the right mate, in a moment, based on physical attraction–external appearance.–Erwin Lutzer. “Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain.” (Prov 31.30 NAS).

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Newlyweds – Tip #1

  Can you sometimes smell problems before they arrive? Young couples, who makes the decisions in your home? Many wives want a strong husband not an indecisive one or a  wimp. Yet especially if the wife is more verbal, has … Continue reading

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Is Submission To Authority A Dirty Word Today?

           Societies have either submission to authority or chaos. Most companies and organizations have a chosen leader: director, supervisor, coach, president, CEO, captain or principal. God chose the husband to lead the family. But Satan is … Continue reading

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“Submission Alert . . . Submission Alert”

    “He who guards his mouth and his tongue, guards his soul from troubles.” (Prov. 21.23 NAS). Friends were dining out one night. Denise was once again running down her hubby, Jack, criticizing him  for something. She repeatedly did … Continue reading

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“I’ll Stop My Bad Living After Our Wedding”

    An addict’s promises are like raking leaves on a windy day. Marriage vows have no power nor perfume that changes character. It’s just the opposite; dependable character must undergrids one’s vows. – Erwin Lutzer, edited. This seems to be … Continue reading

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