Dear Lord, I desire to walk in the spirit and to honor you with my life and marriage. Forgive me of my sins and teach me to walk in righteousness. Lord, I will no longer allow my pride to get… Read More ›
I am a little late weighing in on this shocking news but, better late than never, I guess [emphasis added]. A profile of the vice president’s wife in the Washington Post reveals the couple adheres to strict rules to preserve… Read More ›
If you’re a Christian husband, you should think and pray on these words.
It’s not even 11 AM, and twice today my wife, Cetelia, has irritated me.
The first time happened about two hours ago when she spoke to me like she would speak to one of our kids.
A while back I was speaking and asked for a show of hands, “How many of the wives have had too much affirmation over the past month?”
Laughter broke out across the room. No, haven’t had too much of that.
I have written on here about the importance of being led by the Holy Spirit, it’s something that cannot be understated.
But how, specifically, can living a spirit-led life help your marriage?
Some of the best marriage advice I have ever heard
“Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth…”
“I identify as a Christian but I don’t go to church.”
“I identify as a Christian but I’m really not that into it, it’s more of a cultural thing.”