Articles on marriage by ministers, experts, and people who’ve been married long enough to know what they’re talking about.
Last night at church a gentleman I didn’t know stopped me and without preamble said, “My wife divorced me but not for a Biblical cause. May I get married again?”
“Love is a feeling you feel when you feel you’re feeling a feeling you never felt before.”
Some of the modern thinkers of our day have said that marriage will one day become extinct. They’ve predicted marriage will slowly but surely be thought of as old-fashioned and unnecessary despite its current popularity and existence throughout human history.
It’s not unusual for Christians to need marriage help because of the tremendous amount of stress on most marriages today. Many of our readers are familiar with marriage expert Joe Beam who founded Beam Research Center.
“Pumpkin, I’ve got good news, we’re going camping.” My husband of only three months excitedly informed me. Dread quickly overwhelmed me. “But Ron,” I told him, “I’ve never camped before.” “Don’t worry, sugar, I’ll take care of everything,” he promised.
I used to be a world-class, Olympic-gold-medal-winning nag. When my husband, Ron, and I first got married, I wanted to win every argument and be the boss of my tiny universe. One day my younger brother Dan witnessed me at my naggiest. “I’m going home” he said.
As God made every animal He created a partner of the opposite gender. The partner provided companionship and assistance. The two of them also made the perfect team for raising offspring.
Sitting at lunch last Sunday with a bright and energetic couple on the brink of marriage, we engaged in a conversation that ranged from the hapless Rangers to surviving the honeymoon.
“God will bless us if we divorce our mates and marry each other. It’s right there in the Bible.” “Really?” I replied. “Please enlighten me.”
My husband, Ron, is a tax accountant, and during his busy season-January through April 15-he works from 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. without a single day off. I’ve learned to listen to his hints about what would make his life easier.