Category Archives: Marriage and the home

Why The Attack On Marriage, by David Shannon

Example of Noah: Hebrews 11:7 “By faith Noah, being divinely warned of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear, prepared an ark for the saving of his household, by which he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness which is according to faith.”

How did Noah condemn the world? Jesus isn’t going to ask Noah to give the judgment of condemnation upon his peers at the final day of judgment, is he? No, surely not. Well, then how did Noah condemn the world? Noah was “a just man, perfect in his generation.

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The story is told that a former Prime Minister of Great Britain, while discussing the hatred and bloodshed that existed between the Jews and the Muslims, was quoted as saying, “Why can’t the Jews and the Muslims sit down together and work things out like good Christians?” Continue reading

There’s No Place Like Home – by Steve Higginbotham

Someone has said that there is no place like home – especially if you don’t have the money to go out. Well now, that’s a rather cynical view of the home, isn’t it. However, in far too many instances, homes are something people are trying to escape. What God originally gave to us for our own good, we have managed to pervert so that instead of a blessing, the home has become a drudgery.

What is the key to rekindling the love that ought to exist in your marriage? What do you do when you find you and your spouse going opposite directions and growing apart? Continue reading