All in Godly Marriage Priorities
When I am deciding what part of any big project needs to be handled first, I am reminded of an old Dutch proverb, “What is heaviest must weigh heaviest.” Simply said, what is most important to you is reflected in what you do first. What does your life say is most important to you? Keep reading, friends!
In order to love you neighbor you may have to get to know them and have them over for coffee or dinner! Today’s post is a push towards Gospel Hospitality- no better time than the holidays! Keep reading, friends!
In rank order, your relationships should be God, then your spouse, then your children, then your extended family, friends and neighbors. NOTE! Children, and the demands of raising them, should never be allowed to unseat your spouse. Keeping your relationship with your spouse a priority is good for you AND for your children.
Is it OK to desire to be cool?
From a biblical prospective there is no encouragement to be cool. The Bible is clearly a book written for all time, it is the inspired word of God. It is like the perfect little black dress- timeless. We are never encouraged to be hip or part of the in crowd. Instead we realize while reading the word that Jesus was not a fad -"Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever." (Hebrews 13:8) And simply put, that is my answer. My pursuit of cool is outside my pursuit of God.