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Are you married or planning to marry? This is some of the best advice ever... [message #386447] Tue, 11 March 2008 08:39 Go to next message
Tamara Eaton
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Are you married or planning to marry? The following series is one that will benefit you whether you're planning to marry, newly married, or have been married forever! Wink It doesn't matter whether you're struggling in your marriage, or have the best marriage around --you will still be blessed by these teachings and they will strengthen your marriage if you put the Biblical principles taught into practice. Very practical and solidly Biblical!

I've read quite a lot of Christian books about marriage and heard some excellent teachings on marriage, but none better than the following.

I first discovered these while looking for good resources to encourage one of my daughters who is soon to be married. I think they are so good and worth sharing that I'm making an exception to our CHFWeb Guidelines for this once and linking to something shared by someone in a denomination --but the teaching is definitely "non-denominational" and strictly Biblical. Wink

I hope you will all take the time to download these and listen to them (or you can listen to them online) and put these principles into practice in your own marriages. William and I are in our 30th year of marriage and it just gets better and better, but marriages need to be nurtured! This can be a good refresher course for those of you already enjoying blessed marriages. Smile


http://sermonaudio.com/search.asp?sourceonly=true&currSe ction=sermonssource&keyword=hnrc&subsetcat=series&am p;am p;subsetitem=Marriage+%26+Family+Living+Class

[Updated on: Thu, 22 January 2009 15:42]


Blessings,
Tamara

"There is always enough time to do the will of God. Don't Waste Your Life!"
Re: Are you married or planning to marry? This is some of the best advice ever... [message #386645 is a reply to message #386447 ] Tue, 11 March 2008 17:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Tracy in Peru  is currently offline Tracy in Peru
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Thank you Tamara! I"ve been overwhelmed with figuring out what to put on my little "thing" that I got for Christmas to take with me on my walks. This looks interesting and will get me motivated to use my well, *thing*. I love hearing good teaching on this subject. I either learn, or am encouraged I'm doing something right--a win-win situation!


In Him--Tracy
Re: Are you married or planning to marry? This is some of the best advice ever... [message #386669 is a reply to message #386645 ] Tue, 11 March 2008 19:27 Go to previous message
Tamara Eaton
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I'm so glad, Tracy! I use my mp3 player daily for listening to sermons (and uplifting music!) --while doing housework, walking, when I wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep, and when I wake up very early and can't get my eyes to focus on reading my Bible yet! Wink Also -I've downloaded free audio (KJV) books of the Bible and I listen to those, too. It's totally replaced my old Sony walkman! Laughing

I hope you enjoy it and are blessed by it as much as I have been!


Blessings,
Tamara

"There is always enough time to do the will of God. Don't Waste Your Life!"
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