Love versus lust. It’s a topic that’s been discussed time and time again. Many people find themselves trying to understand the difference between the two, because it can often seem and feel unclear.
Hello, I am excited about what God is set to do in your life this week. I am more excited about what He is going to do THROUGH you. Continue reading
Wherever people are willing to pay for anything, there will always be people willing to sell it.
When a woman sells her body for money, she is called a prostitute, and anyone who gets a cut of the profits is called a pimp.
But when actors and actresses are paid large amounts of money to take off their clothes and act out various perversions for people to watch, they are called artists,
And those who get a percentage of the profits are called entertainment companies.
Those words sound nicer, but no matter what words are used, the actors are prostitutes, and their corporate bosses are pimps.
It’s sex for money.
Let’s not think our entertainment doesn’t affect the way we live. What people enjoy looking at and thinking about, they tend to become.
Why be shocked at so many unwanted pregnancies,
So many people dying of AIDS,
So many rapes,
So much violent crime and murder
When people fill their minds with scenes from Sodom, more and more will want to get their thrills not just from watching such things but actually doing them.
Be careful to live a life worthy of emulation.
- If your partner is not earning and doesn’t want to earn. Money is a big issue. Take it seriously. Love will turn sour when the two of you are broke.
- If your partner is a liar, a cheat or a pretender; life is too short to accommodate living a false life. You deserve better
- If your partner is not committed. Commitment is a sign that both of you are heading same way. Don’t just HANG; you deserve to be the MAIN person. Continue reading
“Right now, I am almost regretting my four months old marriage. Twice my husband has raped me and apologizes after wards. This makes me feel cheap and used. I do not want to quit the marriage because I love him but I need him to understand that when I don’t want sex he should stay away.”
- Call you names and uses vulgar words at you because he/she is having a bad day.
- Slap, kick, hit or beats you with excuses of being angry.
- Shouts you down; never giving you the opportunity to speak your mind especially during an argument
- Forces you to have sex or threatens to break the relationship if you don’t give sex
- Tells you who to be friends with and screens the list of people you should relate with. Continue reading
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Some people’s life ‘goal is to GET MARRIED and it’s a good thing especially when it’s that one special person you have always dreamed of.
For many that “yes I do” is a dream come true! And that simple response can either be an introduction to a life of marital bliss in the face of challenges or a walk into hurts and heartbreak when the marriage cannot stand the realities of marriage.
In this book, I have put together 20 suggestions on what should NOT form your SOLE decision to get married.
It contains most of the things that are likely to influence your commitment decision and whether they are worth giving a priority or not.
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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.”