Responding to evil with love and compassion is one of the most basic tenants of the Christian faith
Imagine yourself out on the field. It’s the first day of the season and you are running for the kick-off. The eyes of everyone in the grandstand are on you, expecting your best and cheering you on. But just as you approach the ball, you suddenly realize how little you really know about football. What will you do after you kick the ball? You’ve had no preparation and no training. At this juncture, it’s too late to admit you’re not ready for the big game.
The word “love” has been so abused it is hard to define. Fortunately, there are ways to tell of you are really in love with someone. Many of my people in my Eastern Cherokee Nation get married for the wrong reasons and find themselves “unequally yoked” as husband and wife (II Cor. 6:14).
Here is a prayer that was prayed by a newly-married man September 1, 1973: me. Within it, perhaps other young men will find similar hopes and aspirations…
Our focus in this study involves one of man’s greatest temptations: Lust.
Whenever I am asked to speak to singles’ groups the two favorite questions are: Should I get married? To whom?
I am concerned about the amount of sex on TV. Sex has always been prevalent in the movies, but TV brings huge sexual issues right into the home. It’s not healthy to have so much on the topic of illicit sex thrown in our faces.
I never remember my parents talking to me about sex. I knew that sex before marriage was wrong, but my parents never gave me any advice about how to cope with the temptations that face any young person who thinks they are in love.
Does your daughter need premarital counseling before she decides to get married? The answer to that question is “Yes!”
A couple who has an intense physical attraction often finds it difficult to know if they are in love. The following questions are designed to help determine whether the relationship is based primarily on physical feeling or if it is mature love.