When You Don’t Feel Like Loving Your Spouse

When You Don’t Feel Like Loving Your Spouse

Loving is easy when it feels good. That’s why they call it “falling in love.” In our 21st century western culture there would be very few marriages if the emotions weren’t overwhelming. But emotions come like waves; they rise – and then they fall. What do you do then? What do you do when you don’t feel like loving your spouse?

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Seeking God’s Perspective

Seeking God’s Perspective

Interpretation is important. From one language to another, between man-speak and woman-speak, from the Bible to our own lives – interpretation affects us greatly. Assuming we understand can often get us into trouble. When facing both the good and not-so-good circumstances seeking God’s perspective can change so much about how you act and feel. 

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3 Warning Signs You’re Under Spiritual Attack

3 Warning Signs You’re Under Spiritual Attack

Do you ever find yourself trudging along as if in a fog? Something’s off and you can’t nail it down. You’re swimming through mud and nothing makes sense. Finally the light-bulb goes off in your mind; you’re under spiritual attack. Stuff is going on in the unseen realm and it’s affecting you. 

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How Sexual Questions are Spiritual Questions

How Sexual Questions are Spiritual Questions

A spouse feeling lost and lonely because their husband or wife isn’t interested in sexual intimacy. A young (or not-so-young) person heavy with shame while feeling unable to break free from pornography. A single person wrestling with what to do with their sexual drives and needs. A married person disappointed and angry when their spouse is not fulfilling their sexual desires. A newly married spouse struggling with intimacy because of old baggage. A young person confused over the conflicting sexual messages the media and the church are giving out. At their root, all of these sexual questions are spiritual questions.

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