If you see marriage as a way to get your own needs met, you need to read this.
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The language of worry is unacceptable to Him and destructive to us.
Do you have a list of reasons why you think God doesn't want to talk to you?
We celebrate with fireworks of gratitude for these truths.
It's not difficult to shake off these issues if we just trust God in the process.
We must not react but rather act upon to have the best outcome for everyone involved.
Yes, people disappoint. It's what they do.
"Be willing to take a stand for Me and My ways in these last days. Be not afraid, for I will be with you until the ends of the earth and beyond."
I choose to trust that I will someday see what I have been waiting for all this time.
These terms are not synonymous. Here's why.
Often we want to denounce the culture, so we hide behind a monitor and rail against the evils we see happening.
Take comfort in these words from the prophet Isaiah.
Is the enemy out to steal your family's abundance?
It gives us focus on something more than just "I should lose weight."
Spiritually speaking, we say the stubborn sickness is "the mountain," but what would be the eroding power to bring this mountain down?
Pornography, extra-marital affairs and infidelity are now being considered acceptable and are even encouraged by the world. If the church speaks up against these issues, believers are being labeled as hypocrites. But we cannot afford to continue to have a passive response!
Are we missing the point Margaret Atwood was trying to make?
Not only is God a problem solver, but He is also a miracle worker who longs to see us let go of all that would hold us down.
God wants to speak to me and guide me even more than I want Him to! He wants to do the same for you.
Yes, marriage is a challenge. But misery is almost always optional.