Could it be that we are still not “doing what we already know to do”? Or are there other problems that account for the issues that couples deal with on a day-to-day basis? How do we know, or how would we know what to do? If you are a believer with any amount of spiritual maturity under your belt, then you know the answer: follow God’s plan for your life and stop trying to run your own program. God communicates His perfect plan to us in His Holy Word, and, as believers, we must make a conscious decision to throw our own plans out the window. We have to go deep into the Word of God and live His perfect plan for this life.
The unfortunate reality is that Christians are separating and divorcing at the same rate as the unbelieving world. But does separation have to mean the end? You may not feel like reconciling. You may not see hope for a reunion. But the biblical ideal for a separated couple is reconciliation. So how do you do it? When doors slam and angry words fly, when things just aren't working out, and even when your spouse has abandoned your trust, there is hope. Hope for the Separated will show you through God's Word that your marriage can be restored. Recognizing that restoration will not happen for everyone, Dr. Chapman also gives insightful advice for those who experience the pain of divorce.
Jezebel may float like a butterfly but she stings like a bee!
studies are starting emerge that women and teen girls are becoming more
assertive, aggressive and violent. In biblical history, these were all
of the tactics and techniques of the queen Jezebel. The contrast of the
new creation of the butterfly, Jezebel stings anyone who threatens her
ability to control and manipulate others.
Evicting Jezebel sheds
light on the alarming trend in aggressive women in our families,
communities and churches and searches the bible for answers by comparing
the traits and technique of boxing to the traits and techniques of
Jezebel. It also gets to the root so that you can serve her with an