Monthly Archives: April 2014

Beware of common marriage busting habits

Here is a brief little item which, if taken seriously, may do much to enhance and possibly even save your marriage.  Hat tip to Jen Thorn blogging at The Time Warp Wife:  RMF Jen Thorn After Joe and I got … Continue reading

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Serious Prayer for Your Husband (or Wife)

A few days ago I published a bit about using Scripture in praying for a marriage.  Due to the huge response to that posting (not, but I liked it a lot) I decided to run another along the same topic.  … Continue reading

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Britain goes secular – can it be?

The Telegraph, a London newspaper , carried the following story dealing with the state of “religion” in Britain.  Unfortunately I did not find it surprising and wonder if there is any essential difference between what is pretty obvious in Britian … Continue reading

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Praying over your marriage

Marriages seem to be extra vulnerable to attack these days.  I believe we all recognize the threat to marriages either through personal experience or through the pain of friends and relatives who have suffered through separation or divorce.  I have … Continue reading

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Real Repentance

A component of salvation that often gets left in the dust behind belief and faith and baptism is repentance.  In Sinclair Ferguson’s helpful book The Christian Life, he defines repentance as: 1) inseparable from faith. 2) It is a turning … Continue reading

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Dealing with Deceitful Doctrine

Francis Schaeffer wrote about how false teaching about God and Christianity should be met.  He proposed a three-fold strategy designed to protect people from being defrauded by false teaching and philosophical error.  He wrote: Francis Schaeffer “The final problem is … Continue reading

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In It For The Long Haul

The following is a devotional thought from Jim Abernathy.  Jim is pastor of the Westwood Baptist Church, Springfield, VA.  RMF Dr. Jim Abernathy Cindy and I went to Nationals Park last night and had a great time.  We were with … Continue reading

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