This study is based on the fact that only what is biblical is normal in marriages.
So what’s the point in such a question? If we believe that Jesus was the Perfect Man, we must look to Him for characteristics befitting a husband. After all, who alone is our faultless example of manhood?
Here are tips that will make your Bible Study time together effective, intimate, and relative.
Our focus is Paul’s epic analogy concerning the connubial love of the husband for his wife and Christ’s agape love for His church in Ephesians 5:22-33. This is the defining passage of our missionary endeavor and is absolutely foundational to our vision. Our marital ministry is established on the premise of mutual consideration and respect. As we will unfold throughout this passage, although each partner is not under equal authority, each has equal responsibilities to one another and to the Lord.
The subtitle of Psalm 51 clearly indicates that David wrote this after his affair with Bathsheba. David was confronted by Nathan concerning his sins (II Samuel 12:1-13). The subscription on this Psalm reads, “After Nathan came to him.” It reveals his innermost thoughts, for this Psalm was written as a result of Nathan’s visit.
Although prayer cannot be reduced to a formula, certain basic elements should be included in our communication with God.
Here are seven ways to “cherish” your spouse.
You will never find the time to have devotions together. You must make the time. Guard this time together covetously. Jesus said shut your door when you pray, for Christ and His Word deserve your quality time.
This is a quick alphabetical help in studying passages in the New Testament.