FILTER BY:

As Reformed churches we (rightly) emphasize the importance of the family. In light of Genesis 2:18—“It is not good that the man should be alone”—we believe that in general it is best that a man finds a wife and marries (and vice versa). In harmony with passages such as Psalm 127:3—“Lo, children are an heritage […]

Continue reading

Clean, unsoiled, unspotted. White as the morning after a fresh snowfall. Purity is beautiful in creation, but the struggle for purity in thought, word, and action is constant and difficult, especially living in a culture that glorifies all things impure. Still, the admonition of scripture is to follow God and not the world. In this […]

Continue reading

Preparing for Dating

Have you prepared yourself for dating? Are you prepared to date? How exactly should you prepare for dating? There are many ways you can prepare yourself for dating, in the way that you live, what you consume, and your view toward others and dating itself. The devil would have you consume the entertainment and media […]

Continue reading

A Little Cloud in the Sky

Nearly two years have gone by since that most wonderful day, the day when the longing, the loneliness, the heartaches, the desire to be married, were all over. Then life began. United in love we walked into a new life to enjoy its beauties, leaving all the troubles of single life behind, never to return. […]

Continue reading

Marriage and I Corinthians 7

The subject of this article as it has been given to me is rather broad. To treat the subject completely, therefore, would be quite impossible within the limits of this short article. If there should be some who find this topic to be of special interest to them, we would refer them to the very […]

Continue reading

I Corinthians 6:9 – 7:24

OUTLINE 25 4. THE FACT OF OUR CHRISTIAN LIBERTY—(I Cor. 6:9-20)   a. The bondage from which liberated. vss. 9-11. What the apostle has to say from here on to the end of the chapter has reference, of course, to the corrupt conditions he had called to their attention in chapter 5, and thus far […]

Continue reading