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Psalms 23 Husband

Everything I ever needed to learn about marriage is found in the Bible. One of the most effective tools about marriage life that I’ve ever come across with is “Role-Reading” the Bible. I was still single when I spoke to a new husband about role-reading the Scriptures. The idea is simple: read the Bible in your … Continue reading

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Believers Wanted

In 1983 the “Four Tops” recorded “I Believe In You And Me,” a song written by Sandy Linzer and David Wolfer. It never reached the top 40 then (though it’s still being sung today) and I fear that it’s the same in some marriages – couples don’t see believing in each other to be that significant. … Continue reading

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The Married Mind

Single people should not get married until their mind is already married (to their would be spouse – whether present or future.) In fact, it is my personal opinion that the most successful marriages are a result of single men and women who dated with marriage in mind. The Bible states that “… he that finds … Continue reading

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The Captain and His Relation “Ship”

Every ship needs a captain that knows how to navigate the waters especially when it’s a relationship. The captain of this “ship” must understand that the sailors on board the ship are counting on their captain to bring them safely to their destination. This safety-first thinking comes from the realization that at the end of … Continue reading

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Frisky Business

Divinely speaking, sex is a privileged act of intimacy only engaged in within the bounds of marriage.  This sacred act though, having been used and abused by folks outside of marriage, has become a common activity that its substance and significance has become mired. But sex is the human expression of divine engagement. The Bible’s Songs of … Continue reading

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