Marriage Counseling Just Got Easier, Part Two

I hope that in the first post about marriage counseling, we came to see that marriage is, for want of a better expression, a flesh grinder. By that, I mean that your flesh—your old nature, your selfish pride—is ground into a pulp by the Lord. A married person will either climb out of that divine... Continue Reading →

Marriage Counseling Just Got Easier, Part One (2 parts)

Is it difficult to be married? Let me think for a microsecond. Yes. Over the years, I have told couples many times that marriage is a committed relationship in which two people join together so the Lord can grind them up with His mortar and pestle. Disagreements pop up, selfishness shows its ugly face, our... Continue Reading →

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