Do you think you are a pretty good person and you really don’t have to worry about needing God’s forgiveness? Let’s examine what the Bible calls sin and invite God to expose anything in our lives that grieves His heart so we can turn from it and be healed!
Month: February 2015
OneSoLoved Heals from the World of BDSM and ” Christian Domestic Discipline”
Last week, I ran the post “Do I Condone BDSM or ‘Christian Domestic Discipline.‘” Today, I am thrilled to share the story of this beautiful sister in Christ and how Jesus has set her free from a lifetime of abuse at the hands of her father and then further abuse (by her own choice) at… Continue reading OneSoLoved Heals from the World of BDSM and ” Christian Domestic Discipline”
A Wife Shares How God Is Leading Her from MAJOR Fear to Strong Faith
This dear sister in Christ shares what God has been showing her. I shared the first part of her story here. I am so thankful that she has allowed me to bless y’all with her story: God has brought me a really long way since I last wrote. At the time I was dealing with… Continue reading A Wife Shares How God Is Leading Her from MAJOR Fear to Strong Faith
Do I Condone “BDSM” or “Christian Domestic Discipline”?
Love does no harm to a neighbor. Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law. Romans 13:10 Because I use the word “submission” in my blog a good bit (referring to the biblical concept of submission of a wife honoring her husband’s God-given leadership), I often receive questions about if I support or teach “Christian Domestic… Continue reading Do I Condone “BDSM” or “Christian Domestic Discipline”?
A Wife Begins to Truly Trust God and Let Go of Fear
From a precious wife in whom God is doing a mighty work! She is married to a man who is believer in Christ (they don’t have major issues in their marriage like abuse, infidelity, addictions, etc…). I so appreciate her willingness to allow me to share a bit of her journey with y’all. I love… Continue reading A Wife Begins to Truly Trust God and Let Go of Fear
How Can I Tell If I Belong to Christ?
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30 Some “proofs”… Continue reading How Can I Tell If I Belong to Christ?
The Blessing of Knowing about Hell
“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it. For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.” Matthew 7:13-14 I will be honest. Hell… Continue reading The Blessing of Knowing about Hell
A Call to Prayer – For Our Husbands
Ladies, I spent the first 14+ years of our marriage praying for Greg (sometimes for 4 hours/day) in ways that were actually full of sinful motives – unbeknownst to me. 🙁 I thought I was so spiritual, but wow, was my heart ever deceiving me – big time. Yikes. Unsurprisingly, I didn’t see… Continue reading A Call to Prayer – For Our Husbands
An Interesting Masculine Perspective on Romantic Books/Movies
I had asked our brothers in Christ to share their answers to my questions about this topic a few weeks ago and was surprised by how heated the discussion got at times. I think it might stretch our thinking and our perspectives as women for us to hear some masculine perspectives on this topic. (Note… Continue reading An Interesting Masculine Perspective on Romantic Books/Movies
I am very blessed to have some amazing in-laws. How thankful I am to them for raising my husband to know and love God and for the solid upbringing they gave him. How thankful I am for how much they love Greg, me, and our children. Sadly, I didn’t always treat them with the respect… Continue reading In-Law Issues