Tag: husbands

  • Re-Thinking Paul’s Teaching on the Head Covering (1 Corinthians 11:1-16)

    Paul’s teaching on the head covering in 1 Corinthians 11:1-16 has been the source of much debate, disagreement and confusion for Christians and Bible students. It’s a challenging passage to confidently understand. I imagine people will continue to reach differing conclusions about this passage for as long as time continues. Here are several important observations…

  • Must Women be Silent in Church Meetings?

    Does the Bible teach that women must be silent during church meetings? Few topics can stir up as much emotional response among Christians as that of gender roles within the church. In this article, we examine what the Scriptures teach regarding women’s participation in church assemblies.

  • Book Review: The Power of Prayer to Change Your Marriage

    This post was written by Sandy Farmer. By: Stormie Omartian Published: January 1, 2009 by Harvest House Publishers 252 pages (Goodreads|Amazon) Goodreads description—Stormie Omartian’s bestselling books on prayer and marriage have touched millions of readers in a life-changing way. The Power of Prayer to Change Your Marriage helps husbands or wives pray to protect their…

  • December 19 – 2 Timothy: Paul’s Final Letter

    Reading 2 Tim. 1:1-4:22 Devotional It seems that Paul was once again arrested and had to stand trial, and was apparently sentenced to death as a result of his defense of the gospel. Secular history affirms that Paul died a martyr’s death (a martyr is someone who is killed for a cause—in this case, for…

  • October 7 – The Cost of Repentance

    Reading Ezra 9:1-10:44 Devotional Not long after he arrived in Jerusalem, Ezra was told of a great problem among the people: many of them had married people from pagan nations (that is, nations who didn’t worship the one true GOD). This was a violation of the Law of Moses and had directly contributed to so…

  • March 2 – Laws Concerning Sexual Purity

    Parental Caution: Per the title above, today’s reading deals exclusively with sexual relationships and, as such, may not be appropriate for younger children. I recommend that parents read this devotional privately to determine if they feel it should be discussed with their children at this time. Reading Marriage Deut. 21:10-14; 24:5; 22:13-21 Divorce Deut. 24:1-4 Sexual Violations…