The air today is filled with the shrill cry of “my rights.” And in the centre ring of this loud arena is the home—more specifically, the marriage bond. Mate-swapping, group marriages, and living together without official marriage commitments are realities no longer carried out under the hush-hush blanket of shame and disgrace. Is monogamy an outdated concept?
As time passes a marriage can easily become neglected. And neglect makes it susceptible to harmful influences. But a marriage that’s given care an attention thrives. The honeymoon doesn’t have to end!
When times are tough what matters is your focus. If you focus on your problems they’ll seem insurmountable. If you focus on God you’re trusting Him for the outcome. And nothing is impossible for God.
Living in a material world, and especially in capitalistic North America, the pressure to be caught up in materialism is enormous.
Have you ever been misunderstood by your family because you were trying to do God's will? As Jesus experienced, they may think you are crazy. He paid a price to do the Father's will.
In Matthew 19:1–12, Jesus addressed the topic of marriage with a focus upon the sensitive topic of divorce. How should we think about divorce in light of God’s perspective on marriage?
Pastor Chuck Swindoll explores the ever relevant subject of possessions to help you examine your own soul, which is far more valuable than owning all the toys the world can offer.
In his sermon on Matthew 19:23–30, Pastor Chuck Swindoll teaches about the eternal value of going hard after Christ and His mission until the day you draw your final breath.