Unmarried women are overwhelmed with stories about the type of man they should and should not marry, and some of these items can be a bit outrageous to some women who say "yeah ... but no one is perfect, so you just have to go with what you have ... and not be too demanding.
Apart from your decision to follow Christ, marriage is the most important decision you can make. Find out in the following the choices that would be best avoided ... Many single men and women seek and seek advice to find a partner that is compatible.
A sister recently asked me the following question: "A man of God made me understand that he is the one God chose for me." Do I have to marry him? particularly in charismatic or Pentecostal circles. "God told me that you will be my wife" "The Lord revealed to me that I will be the wife of the Pastor" "I had a dream in which I saw that you were my husband .
This post addresses one of the 7 bad foundations of marriage or 7 bad motives for getting married. I actually share here what I learned from this excellent seminar given by the PST. Yvan Castanou on the foundations of an excellent marriage. You can find the teaching going on the site Metanoia and Life.
Too many singles relate their happiness to being married. Unconsciously, they say that happiness comes from someone or something or the status of a married person. But it's a big lie. Some said some time ago, "I'm getting married to be happy." But marriage, we know, is not the source of happiness.
Choosing your future spouse is one of the most important decisions we can make in our lives, so we need to be wise and discerning. The three most important criteria are: 1) First, you must make sure that it is born again.
Singles are a significant proportion in most churches, and pastors spend a lot of time teaching about marriage and parenting. But how to find the right person to marry? Very few churches actually teach on the dating period.
This video is the second of Myles Munroe's teaching that I undertook to translate on the importance of the Vision. This teaching was given at a men's conference organized by TD Jakes a few years ago. Very rewarding! TO LISTEN! Other videos in this series to watch: The Importance of Vision (Part 1) The Importance of Vision (Part 3): Discovering Your Call, The Vision for Your Life.
In this post, I share my notes on 7 bad foundations of marriage or 7 bad motives for getting married, a Pst teaching. Yvan Castanou, whom I listened to last year. You can find the complete teaching going on the site Metanoia and Life. Many have married or would like to marry to have legal intimate relationships before God.
This post addresses one of the 7 bad foundations of marriage or 7 bad motives for getting married. I actually share here what I learned from this excellent seminar given by the PST. Yvan Castanou at ICC on the 7 foundations of a successful marriage. You can find the teaching going on the site Metanoia and Life.
Some women are able to do incredible things a few times, for a man: to sacrifice their body, their health, their values, their future, their children, their relationship with the Lord and even their eternity with God, for a man !! ! This is very serious ! And that's called idolatry!
This photo I made about two years ago still speaks to me today. She tells me about the importance of protecting oneself, keeping what is precious safe. These pretty shoes make me think of hearts. The Bible says to keep your heart more than anything else in life, because from it emanate the sources of life.
Choosing a husband or a wife is a banal decision, but one that can upset the whole course of a destiny. This morning I think very strongly about a neighbor who had been slaughtered with her two children by her husband. After 7 years of difficult cohabitation, arguments and a stuck dialogue, she told him she was going to put an end to their relationship.
Unfortunately today, when we want to get married, in the euphoria of the circumstance we often lose our sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. Today we are going to evoke the sad but real phenomenon of the false bandit brothers in the church. The bandit in the church is that "brother in Christ" who regularly attends the congregation, who has the appearance of piety but has never really known God.
Two people who want to start a business together will see each other as equal partners: each of them will expect a substantial investment from the other partner for the smooth running and success of the business. They will certainly not do the same kind of work; they will not necessarily feel the same feelings at the same time; and they will not always have the same opinion, but each one of them will expect from the other a sincere investment in the enterprise.
For some time we have started a series on bitterness and lack of forgiveness in relationships, and the origin of bitterness and its terrible consequences. And today, I would like to address those who are in their period of dating by telling them: BE CAREFUL!
A woman wrote to me asking for help regarding her situation. I was eager to share a short excerpt from her email (anonymously), and to publicly address some of the issues she raises, as these are situations I encounter frequently. Question from the reader: Since I met my daughter's father (we are not married), our relationship has always been ups and down: separations ... times.
How to find a good spouse and be spared from the divorce epidemic? Here is my advice: If you want to get married do not marry him for his elegance, nor for his good social position, nor for the quantity of his goods, but BRIDE HIM / FOR THE QUANTITY OF HOLY SPIRIT YOU OBSERVED AT HOME HE SHE.
Many single Christian women are wondering today about the choice of the future spouse. Find out in the following a list of men that you'd better never choose for spouse. We could still call this text this way: 10 behaviors that Christian men should not have ... What do you think?
God does not want us to live in hypocrisy and lies. He does not want us to be hypocrites and liars. God wants us to be true, genuine, honest, transparent. Truth is an essential foundation in your life when you want to build healthy, fulfilling relationships.