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  • Who Will Take The Lead?

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    All of us would like to think that someone loves us unconditionally. The child longs for this kind of love from his parents, but husbands and wives also desire unconditional love from each other. The wedding vow was to love “in sickness and in health, in poverty and in wealth,…

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  • Using The 5 Love Languages in Education

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    So, your spouse has failed you. But now, they have confessed their wrong and are seeking to change their behavior. What are you to do? In the Scriptures, forgiveness is always the Christian response to confession and repentance. Remember, forgiveness is not a feeling. It is a decision to lift…

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  • Dealing Effectively with Failures

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    You don't have to be perfect to have a good marriage. But, you do need to deal effectively with your failures. Otherwise, they sit as barriers to a growing marriage. How do you get rid of past failures? First, you identify them – write them down. Second, you confess them…

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  • Would You Like to Put the Past Behind You and Start Over?

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    I'm talking about in your marriage. Many couples have so much pain from past failures that they have a hard time moving ahead. Time alone, will not heal hurts. Healing comes when we are willing to confess our failures and change our behavior. Some of us would like to leave…

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  • Most of Us Will Admit That We Are Not Perfect

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    From time to time we say and do things that are not loving, kind, or helpful. In a marriage, these failures build into walls of separation. If you would like to remove past failures, you must first identify them. Get pen and paper and then, ask God to bring to…

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  • The Biblical Picture of Marriage

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    The biblical picture of marriage is the blending of two lives into a new unit which will both satisfy the individuals involved, and serve the purposes of God. Our hearts cry out for intimacy. We were made to share life with another. God created marriage to be the most intimate…

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  • The ‘In-Love’ Illusion isTemporary”

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    The “in love” experience, which leads most of us to get married, is an emotional obsession that leads us to the conclusion that we have married the most wonderful person in the world. It's an illusion, but it seems real, and it is one of life's greatest emotional highs. But…

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  • We Must Seek Reconciliation

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    Where do we turn for help when we are separated? In the Bible we find not only what we ought to do, but also the encouragement and power to do it. The words of Paul become our own: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” When we…

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  • Where are your seeds growing?

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    May 23, 2018 As I was sitting in church this last Sunday I began to think about what our pastor was teaching…what kind of seeds am I sowing for Jesus? I love it when the spring and summer come to the desert and flowers begin to sprout, their perfume filling…

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  • Separation Calls for Intensive Care

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    Separation is not death, although it may seem like “the valley of the shadow of death”. But the shadow of death is not to be equated with death. Separation may be the valley of restoration, and the pain you feel may be labor pains which will give rebirth to your…

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