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Are you, dear brother, seeking a Godly wife with traits described and commanded in the Word of God? This is the normal Christian life for a woman of God. Do not seek nor accept a disrespectful, dishonorable, abusive, rebellious, unholy woman that blasphemes the word of God (Titus 2.5).
The first task for you, dear brother, is to seek God with all your heart each and every day and allow Him to mold you into His diamond. The Lord will not waste a woman of excellence, another diamond He has crafted over the years with the diligent Refiners’ fire, on a lump of coal! A lump of coal will only attract another lump of coal. This is certainly true also for your existing wife if she truly wishes to be godly for Jesus Christ, even if currently she is a lump of coal!
Are you, dear sister, displaying these traits of a Godly wife? If not, beg and beseech the Father that the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ will make you this woman quickly, a diamond for your future or existing husband! This is the normal Christian life for a woman of God.
Some of us are already married to a disrespectful and abusive wife. What then? We’ll tackle that later on in this piece. Read the rest of this entry »
The next time some well-meaning (or not so well-meaning) person in God’s church, declares “don’t judge me,” ask them if they made a judgment to say “don’t judge me!” Of course they did. That’s how ridiculous things have gotten in the religious circles of the King.
Brother Tim has again hit the nail on the head with this piece about modern day judgment haters in the body of Christ. His careful exegesis of the passages dealing with admonishment and exhortation is extensive. And his example of the sports medicine treatment is destined to become a classic example here at Walk Worthy.
Be prepared to get prepared for another round of equipping to preach, teach, and disciple the real Gospel of Jesus Christ!
DON’T JUDGE ME – BY TIM PRICE
As I am reading in the New Testament, on an accelerated pace, I am astounded at the number of texts directing believers to admonish, exhort, confront, reprove and encourage one another. There are ten such directives if there is one. Implied is that these experiences should be ongoing and common rather than rare and unusual. Read the rest of this entry »