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Do You Make Your Spouse Pay For Her Sin?

When your spouse sins, who pays for it? Do you make her pay for what she did wrong or do you take her to Jesus and show her how His death is enough punishment to remove her transgressions? Listen to the podcast You may want… Continue Reading …

Cynicism Is a Numbness Toward Life

Negative, critical, and suspicious people do not rest in the practical and active goodness of God on their behalf. Cynicism is not a hopeful spirit that trusts the Lord. The Bible has a cure for the Christian Cynic. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are… Continue Reading …

How to Help Someone Who Does Not Want to Help Himself

Some of the toughest people to try to help are those who refuse to help themselves. There is a way to think about them and possibly come alongside them while trusting the Lord to bring the needed change. Listen to this podcast Our podcasts are… Continue Reading …

Day 7 – Teen Devotional: Your Mistakes Are Yours

Day 7 – Teen Devotional_ Your Mistakes Are Yours

It’s hard to hear, but you know it’s true: if you mess up, it’s not your parents’ fault. Relax, adults also have a hard time with this idea. So, I won’t press the issue too much with you. But you must know it, especially if… Continue Reading …

The Problem With God’s Kindness When You Want to Be Angry

Everybody loves to experience God’s mercy because we don’t want to receive punishment for our actions. Then there are times when God gives His kindness to those we don’t like. That’s different because His goodness is a problem for those we dislike. Listen to the… Continue Reading …

To Be Angry Is to Be a Puppet On a String

To Be Angry Is To Be a Puppet

The angry individual is like a puppet on a string, always controlled by their cravings for something they cannot get. The cure for this problem will come when they see how they are controlled by the desires of the heart rather than trying to manipulate… Continue Reading …

Day 20 – Teen Devotion: Voice Training

Day 20 - Teen Devotion_ Voice Training

God gave every person an internal moral thermostat. It’s their conscience, also called your inner voice. It can be a means of grace to help you change, or it can be your worst enemy. How do you biblically train your conscience? How can you distort… Continue Reading …

I Got Angry At My Daughter the Other Day

I Got Angry At My Daughter the Other Day

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Book Review: The Heart of Anger, by Lou Priolo

Angry kids. Angry parents. This combination is universal in every family on the planet. I cannot imagine any home full of sinners that do not experience sinful anger and the resulting damage it causes. Listen to the podcast Since my home is no different (full… Continue Reading …

Case Study: The Addict and His Wife

Case Study The Addict and His Wife

Biff has made repeated promises that he will never do drugs again. Each time, he fails, and his wife is growing impatient with his half-hearted promises to change. He has been an addict for the past twenty-three years. Biff is remorseful but not repentant. He’s… Continue Reading …