We all want good relationships. And that’s especially so with marriage.
We know good relationships when we see them. And we experience many relationships that are not good. And if we’re honest, we have to admit that we’re to blame at least some of the time.
Here in 1 Peter, God has been showing us that He changes all of our relationships when He makes us citizens of His worldwide, eternal kingdom (2:9-10). We’ve seen how that changes our life in society and at work. Now it’s about marriage. So, how should a Christian’s marriage be different?
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- Paul Tripp asks What is Love?
- 10 Keys to Solving Marriage Conflict in Quarantine
- Allawah Counselling (Wangaratta)
- Good News Counselling (Shepparton)
- Gwen Lavis Counselling (Albury)
- Melbourne East Christian Counselling Centre (Donvale)
- Can Baptism and the Lord’s Supper Go Online? (and an alternative view)
- Would a live-streamed sacrament be an appropriate emergency measure? by the Faculty of the Presbyterian Theological College
- 30 Edifying Things to Watch When Stuck at Home