It is safe to say that we are all tolerant of imperfection. We are surrounded by a bunch of sinners (Romans 3:23) who constantly break the law of God. The bible tells us, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it” (Jeremiah 17:9). Now that you know this is not going to be one of those “try to make … Continue reading Marriage as an Instructor in the Grace of God
Lately, I have heard some people describe marriage as a 50-50 partnership. In order for a marriage to work, they say that each spouse must do their “half” of the work. When marriages function from a 60-40 ratio or even a 70-30 breakdown, the marriage suffers, or so they say. From the first time I heard this, something about it didn’t sit right with me. … Continue reading Is Marriage Simply a 50-50 Partnership?
How many Christians truly live with a sense of purpose and calling in their lives? Recently, I was listening to a sermon by John MacArthur about the prophet Jeremiah when he said something that really caught my attention: “Whoever doesn’t have a sense of being predestined by God to service will never lead a spiritual revolution. Most people living in the church today have no … Continue reading Do we really live with a sense of Divine Mission?