Happy Mothers Day! It is extremely difficult to be a mother these days, and so please take some time to thank every mother you meet today. And especially make sure you thank your own mother for all she has done for you.
What does Genesis 2:24 mean when it says that a man will leave his parents and cleave to his wife? Does this mean we should abandon our parents for the sake of our wife? Well, maybe, but if so, how then can we honor our father and mother all the days of our lives as Scripture also instructs?
This is what we’re going to talk about in this study of Genesis 2:24.
Are you one of the millions of people who have stopped “attending church” so that you can better follow Jesus into the world? If you are one of the millions of people who are no longer attending church but who nevertheless have a vibrant and growing relationship with Jesus and have seen your relationships with other people grow in amazing ways, please share your experience in this blog post. If you would like, also share some tips and suggestions for how to respond to church-going friends and family who think that you have fallen away from the faith because you are no longer “attending church.”
My wife is the spirit of Christmas. She is Santa Clausette. She is full of light and love for other people, being the hands and feet of Jesus. This post is part of the December Synchroblog which contains stories of Advent and the spirit of Christmas.
Many Christmas carols include some very odd ideas about Jesus as a baby. Did he really not cry in the manger? Did radiant beams really emanate from his face? While I love Christmas carols, it seems that some of them contain some bad ideas about Jesus and His humanity.
Squirrels chewed some holes in my house to live in my attic. Here is what I learned from them about life and following God. Squirrels taught me that when a door is closed, sometimes you just have to chew a new one.