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I Corinthians 7:2

Should you get married? Or is it better, as many do these days, to try it out first by living together? God created human beings with a desire to mate: this is not evil in and of itself–it is how … Continue reading

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I Corinthians 7:10-11

How’s your marriage going? Is it happy and fulfilled, each of you supporting and enjoying the other? Or are there problems? Do you, as many others also do, struggle to even stay married at this point–thinking, as each day passes, … Continue reading

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Ephesians 6:9

How do you treat the people beneath you on the totem pole of life? You know–those whose destinies you have the power to affect to a certain extent in some way, shape, or form, whether your employees, tenants, volunteers, or … Continue reading

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Matthew 6:15

Is your life relatively normal, or are your experiences intertwined in some way or another with a person whose behavior goes beyond what most people experience? “But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive … Continue reading

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Ephesians 6:4

How do you relate to your children? Do you do things to tease and aggravate them, and when they misbehave, lash out at them in anger? Or do you teach them what is right, gently guiding them in the way … Continue reading

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Ephesians 5:28

How do you treat your wife? Do you consider her your fellow-heir in Christ, your helper and closest ally against life’s adversities? Or are there times when you turn and unleash friendly fire, as it were, on her? “So husbands … Continue reading

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Ephesians 5:10

What do you do when someone wrongs you–when you’re in a situation in which someone has mistreated you but you feel powerless, either because of the fear of retaliation or because it simply won’t change anything? Do you allow resentment … Continue reading

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