It's not because they don't want to honor God.
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It would certainly say a lot about how you treat your spouse.
We're called to be a lover-spouse, not managing partners of a family enterprise.
The everyday grind can take its toll quickly on your relationship.
Your desire to be ruled by God can give you insight into situations you might need to avoid.
If you get it, then your covenant with your wife will reap major rewards.
Hint: It won't be an "aha" moment.
Support groups are good resources, especially for those early in recovery who want an understanding of God.
You must be fully equipped to battle this enemy.
Our children will face challenges, but these prayers will cover them.
What you're experiencing is real, but it is treatable.
The type of dad we become is often influenced by the type of dad we had growing up as children.
When you have troubles, do you tend to move toward relationships or withdraw?
This can be a very eye-opening experience.
The last thing I want is for him to invest in "fool's gold."
Is it something you're proud of, or do you need to really work on it?
It can become a Cain and Abel situation.
If you have a daughter starting college, I encourage you to take this time to speak truth and wisdom into her life.
You may need some deep healing.
Of course, the Holy Spirit must be involved too.