Bible warns against internet dating

And establish your brother-sister relationships in such a way that you maintain the godly reputation of being a one-woman kind of man ( further describes what that looks like.

It commands us to avoid passively allowing the world to mold our thinking.

Persevere in prayer, brothers, God is not trying to trick you. Lead Your Sisters Back in the day, farmers used to pray with a hoe in their hand.

He promises that, “we must not only believe that He is, but that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him” (). His answer might be “no,” “not this one,” or “wait,” but He will answer, and you must pray believing that. That meant that although they prayed depending on God to do everything, they knew that God would work His answer out through them.

In this computer dating age, it seems harder than ever to find one's true love. All of these and more serious questions arise when tackling the dangerous situation of domestic violence.

promises, “If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.” God wants us to pray.

Supposedly Woman-Honoring and Pro-Marriage Focus On the Family Group Wants Wives to Blame Themselves If or When Their Husbands Commit Adultery – Re: Book: ‘How God Used the Other Woman,’ by Tina Konkin I have some new developments in my personal life that have kept me busy the last month or two, which is why I’ve not been blogging as often.

During this time, I do recall seeing comments on other people’s blogs and on Twitter, about some idiotic, sexist, stupid book that “Focus On The Family” was recommending or selling.

Here is a page about the book by Tina Konkin that created an uproar: (Link): How God Used “the Other Woman”: Saving Your Marriage After Infidelity via Focus On The Family site Excerpts about that book from the site: In How God Used “the Other Woman,” Konkin shares how she and her husband Ron saved their marriage after his affair and fought to make it better than ever before.

—— I am horrified to see that this Tina Konkin works as (or claims to be) (Link): a “relationship expert.” This awful book of hers is also being sold at Wal-Mart.

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