As Abraham neared the sunset of his life, he clearly didn’t waste his retirement years sitting around feeling sorry for himself. Instead, he lived his last years to their fullest. From his example, we can learn a lot about ending well and finishing strong.
Two principles for a happy marriage: severance and permanence. You must leave your old family for your new one, and you must stick with it.
Being marginalized does not make anyone better or worse than anyone else—just different. In His sovereignty and providence, and for reasons unknown to us, God determines differences.
Every time you speak you either build up or tear down. So be careful with your words. Let your speech be the light of Christ.
A marriage is sick if there’s a lack of unity. Allow your partner the freedom to be, and to cultivate the gifts and strengths and abilities God has given him or her.
The longer Abraham lived, the more he learned to take God literally, trust Him thoroughly, and obey Him eagerly. As the aging Patriarch approached the twilight of his life, he turned his attention to finding a lifelong companion for his son, Isaac.
We recently interviewed Daniel Lebsack, the associate pastor of Recovery Ministries at Stonebriar Community Church. If pornography has a death grip on your marriage, we want to help you give your valentine the gift you both need: change.