Tag: forgiveness

Editor’s Pick: Dina on Remarriage

Hi dear readers, I’m starting something new, by striving to answer hard questions on my blog through new posts, as a lot of my content is thought-provoking, and may require further clarity.  I’m starting with a series of questions by Dina on remarriage.  You may post questions as […]

Editor’s Pick: As Gracious as God

I remember when I was still single.  I was quite bitter back then, and very angry!  Mostly because of the inequality I saw between the sexes in matters of the heart, and largely due to the atrocities I’d heard and seen men get away with.  I was hardened […]

The Marriage ABCs – U for Unity

The saying is true, “United we stand, divided we fall”!  Unity in marriage cannot be over estimated.  It is in fact what defines a marriage – two becoming one!  Unity and marriage are, therefore, synonymous in meaning.  Without unity, there is no marriage. Marriages don’t fall apart in […]

The Marriage ABCs – G for Grow in Grace

“For the unbelieving husband has been sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife has been sanctified through her believing husband. Otherwise your children would be unclean, but as it is, they are holy” (1 Corinthians 7:14). When I originally did my study on the seventh chapter of […]

The Marriage ABCs – F for Friends Forever

When you think about your favourite things about life, having friends must be right up there with eating cake!  Friends satisfy our most basic needs for acceptance, belonging and care.  Friends tell us that we are worthwhile…we are appreciated and we are loved.  Everybody needs a friend.  And there […]