- Lack Of Trust For Each Other
Trust is a major ingredient in any relationship. You cannot really love as expected in a romantic relationship if you do not trust your partner. If you believe they can lie to you in anyway, you may find it difficult to believe when he or she tells you “I love you.” Continue reading
I once read about how a woman stabbed her husband several times to death. His offense? He was having an affair with a
colleague, for four years he denied whenever the wife confronted him until she found out that he had a child by same woman! Continue reading
Sometimes I find it hard understanding why some people deliberately complicate life for themselves especially in their choice of a partner. Someone sees a danger sign and still plunges into that potential ‘bad relationship’ with the hope that love will make all things right. As much as I believe in the power of love and it’s capability to make wrong right, there are certain things about a person or a relationship that may never change if the motive is wrong and if the person is unwilling to compromise. Continue reading
Absolutely everything! Because if you don’t someone will!
Maybe the question should then have been ‘what’s wrong with making passionate love to my spouse?” Your spouse!!! If you don’t then be prepared, someone else is going to do it FOR YOU. And maybe better.
So, I started an online masturbation series and I get overwhelming responses and questions. I am going to answer this as truthful as I can and i am not going to talk about everything else i have said about masturbation before. Continue reading
Who wants a doughnut when you can have a delicious-juicy hamburger with crunchy veggies? It’s a lame comparison. They can’t substitute for each other.
Masturbation is JUST doughnut. Sex IN MARRIAGE is that delicious-juicy hamburger. And yes being addicted masturbation can AFFECT your sex life. Negatively.
BTW- Sex outside marriage is WRONG. Paul said, 1 Cor 6: 16- “There’s more to sex than mere skin on skin. Sex is as much spiritual mystery as physical fact. As written in Scripture, “The two become one.” Since we want to become spiritually one with the Master, we must not pursue the kind of sex that avoids commitment and intimacy, leaving us more lonely than ever—the kind of sex that can never “become one.” There is a sense in which sexual sins are different from all others. In sexual sin we violate the sacredness of our own bodies, these bodies that were made for God-given and God-modeled love… Continue reading
Before you begin to throw stones of accusations at someone ‘caught in the act’, bear in mind that no one gets married with the intention of hurting their spouse or sleeping with someone else apart from the mate to whom they pledged “till death do us part.”
Every married person is susceptible to extramarital affair. It is not about been smart or having a special skill in dealing with the opposite sex. It is not even about how anointed you are or how many demons you can cast out. The chemistry between a man and a woman when there is a spark takes only grace to stay victorious.
In this book, Caught in the Act, you will discover
- reasons people indulge in extramarital affairs
- how to avoid it
- what to do if or when it occurs
- and how to break free from unnecessary entanglement
“…let he that thinks he stands take heed lest he falls.”