When we view life in light of eternity, it can transform our relationships. Whether you’re single or married, on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg offers an important biblical perspective from First Corinthians 7.
“Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its mould.” Nowhere is it more imperative to heed these words than in the area of marriage. One does not have to be a very shrewd analyst of contemporary culture to recognize that one of the most alarming and destructive features of our day is the disappearance of the distinctive Christian marriage.
Once again it is right thinking that will lead to right living. These studies seek to equip the listener with the biblical truths necessary to resist the external confrontation and the sorry internal confusion that is currently experienced by the church. Nothing touches the nerve center of our existence more than the marriage relationship.
|To Marry or Not to Marry? Part One||1 Corinthians 7:25-40|
|To Marry or Not to Marry? Part Two||1 Corinthians 7:25-40|
|Relationships||1 Peter 3:1-7|
|We Two Are One||1 Corinthians 7:1-7|
|Marriage: A Covenant, Not a Contract||Matthew 19:1-12|
|Being a Wife-God's Way||1 Peter 3:1-6|
|Being a Husband-God's Way||1 Peter 3:7|
|Planting Hedges in Marriage, Part One|
|Planting Hedges in Marriage, Part Two||Ephesians 5:22-33|
|How To Avoid Marital Failure|
|Marriage and Divorce||1 Corinthians 7:8-16|
|I Take You||Malachi 2:10-16|
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