Weekly Reading :: 10.6.13

On October 5, 2013, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 10
MondayHebrews 11
TuesdayHebrews 12
WednesdayHebrews 13
ThursdayHebrews 10
FridayHebrews 11
SaturdayHebrews 12-13

Memorize/Reflect:  “This Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most High. He met Abraham returning from the defeat of the kings and blessed him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything. First, the name Melchizedek means “king of righteousness”; then also, “king of Salem” means “king of peace.” Without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life, resembling the Son of God, he remains a priest forever.”(Hebrews 7:1-3)

Prayer Direction:  Seek peace each morning like you mean it! Pray and trust that the one who gave it all wants to put your heart at rest. Jesus says, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” (John 14:27)

“Live It!” Challenge – Keep Track of Moments You Need Peace: Log the times and events in your day that are your biggest challenge to peace and commit to praying in their midst. It may be once a minute, once an hour or once a day; or maybe life is more relaxed for you and it’s only once a week. Regardless, commit to talking to Jesus as a friend, while at the same time a King of Righteousness and Peace. Ask him to calm your cares and worries. He loves you that much!

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Jesus is a priest forever, according to Hebrews. Because of the oath the Lord swore regarding Jesus, he became the guarantee of a “better covenant.” Discuss your understanding of the covenant and how it applies to us today.
    2. Read: Hebrews 7:11-22. We are told of the desperate need for a new covenant. What wasn’t working under the Law of the Old Testament? Imagine living daily life as a Jew, planning your trips to the Temple to atone for your sins. Talk about seeing yourself in that role and how it would feel. Compare this to today where the Temple is no longer needed.
    3. Read: Hebrews 8:6. Clearly Jesus is superior to the high priests. Compare their function in Jewish life and the role of Jesus. Describe the various roles they performed and how Jesus now has those covered.
    4. Read: Hebrews 9:15. How does Christ mediate on our behalf? What does it mean to “mediate”? Why do we need a mediator?
    5. Read: Hebrews 9:19-23. Blood carried the mysterious substance by which God brought life into being. Blood was precious, for when the blood was shed, life was gone. What made the sacrifice of Jesus superior to the shed blood of animals on the altar in the Temple? How does the forgiveness of sin tie in to the shedding of blood? What is so serious about sin?
    6. One author says Jesus fills the following roles: he is holy, he never hurt another, he is without blemish, he is different from sinners, and he is made higher than the heavens. Talk about each of these roles; your impressions and which ones you most easily relate to.
    7. In Hebrews 9 the Tabernacle is described. We gather on Sundays in a man- made Worship Center and also meet in other rooms around a church campus. Relate the ancient Tabernacle to your experience of a church campus. Where is God today?
    8. We know that Jesus died once for all, yet sometimes we live as though we’re putting him back on the Cross over and over. How does that happen in your life? Why do we act like more sacrifices are needed for us to be truly cleansed from sin? How can we make a change and allow His death to be the final payment for sin in our life?
    9. How can the members of your group pray for you as you seek to live with a deep and clear understanding that all your sins are gone and God sees you as clean and holy? How can you pray for each other to increase peace in your life?

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 10
MondayHebrews 11
TuesdayHebrews 12
WednesdayHebrews 13
ThursdayHebrews 10
FridayHebrews 11
SaturdayHebrews 12-13

Memorize/Reflect:  “This Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most High. He met Abraham returning from the defeat of the kings and blessed him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything. First, the name Melchizedek means “king of righteousness”; then also, “king of Salem” means “king of peace.” Without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life, resembling the Son of God, he remains a priest forever.”(Hebrews 7:1-3)

Prayer Direction:  Seek peace each morning like you mean it! Pray and trust that the one who gave it all wants to put your heart at rest. Jesus says, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” (John 14:27)

“Live It!” Challenge – Keep Track of Moments You Need Peace: Log the times and events in your day that are your biggest challenge to peace and commit to praying in their midst. It may be once a minute, once an hour or once a day; or maybe life is more relaxed for you and it’s only once a week. Regardless, commit to talking to Jesus as a friend, while at the same time a King of Righteousness and Peace. Ask him to calm your cares and worries. He loves you that much!

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Jesus is a priest forever, according to Hebrews. Because of the oath the Lord swore regarding Jesus, he became the guarantee of a “better covenant.” Discuss your understanding of the covenant and how it applies to us today.
    2. Read: Hebrews 7:11-22. We are told of the desperate need for a new covenant. What wasn’t working under the Law of the Old Testament? Imagine living daily life as a Jew, planning your trips to the Temple to atone for your sins. Talk about seeing yourself in that role and how it would feel. Compare this to today where the Temple is no longer needed.
    3. Read: Hebrews 8:6. Clearly Jesus is superior to the high priests. Compare their function in Jewish life and the role of Jesus. Describe the various roles they performed and how Jesus now has those covered.
    4. Read: Hebrews 9:15. How does Christ mediate on our behalf? What does it mean to “mediate”? Why do we need a mediator?
    5. Read: Hebrews 9:19-23. Blood carried the mysterious substance by which God brought life into being. Blood was precious, for when the blood was shed, life was gone. What made the sacrifice of Jesus superior to the shed blood of animals on the altar in the Temple? How does the forgiveness of sin tie in to the shedding of blood? What is so serious about sin?
    6. One author says Jesus fills the following roles: he is holy, he never hurt another, he is without blemish, he is different from sinners, and he is made higher than the heavens. Talk about each of these roles; your impressions and which ones you most easily relate to.
    7. In Hebrews 9 the Tabernacle is described. We gather on Sundays in a man- made Worship Center and also meet in other rooms around a church campus. Relate the ancient Tabernacle to your experience of a church campus. Where is God today?
    8. We know that Jesus died once for all, yet sometimes we live as though we’re putting him back on the Cross over and over. How does that happen in your life? Why do we act like more sacrifices are needed for us to be truly cleansed from sin? How can we make a change and allow His death to be the final payment for sin in our life?
    9. How can the members of your group pray for you as you seek to live with a deep and clear understanding that all your sins are gone and God sees you as clean and holy? How can you pray for each other to increase peace in your life?

Weekly Reading :: 9.29.13

On September 28, 2013, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 7
MondayHebrews 8
TuesdayHebrews 9
WednesdayHebrews 7
ThursdayHebrews 8
FridayHebrews 9
SaturdayHebrews 10

Memorize/Reflect:  “Therefore, since we have a great high priest who has ascended into heaven, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold firmly to the faith we profess.”(Hebrews 4:14)

Prayer Direction:  Ask for the power of the Holy Spirit to fill you in the hard and challenging times so that you can walk with Jesus through the storms and fires you will face in this world.

“Live It!” Challenge – Become a Support Network: Make a list five Christians you know who are going through a difficult season of life. Pray for them every day this week and at the end of the week, check in with each one and let them know you are standing with them in prayer. If there is a tangible act of support you can offer to one of them, do it!

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Tell about a time you faced deep struggle, pain, or loss. How did this season of life impact your faith and trust on God. (Please be honest and share if there was a time when your faith wavered and you questioned God’s presence, strength, or goodness.
    2. Read: Hebrews 4:14-16. In the time the book of Hebrews was written Christians were being brutally persecuted for their faith. What does it mean to “hold firmly to the faith we profess” in the hard times of life?
    3. How has Jesus been tempted and how has he suffered? Why should this inspire and strengthen us in the hard times of life?
    4. What does it mean to “approach God’s throne of grace with confidence”? What does this look like in your walk of faith?
    5. Read: Hebrews 5:11-6:3. Many of the Christians who first received the message of Hebrews might have been insulted or offended by these words. The writer is saying, “Many of you are immature and still babies in the faith. It is time to grow up!” What are some of the signs that a person’s faith is still in the infant stages and not very mature?
    6. What are some signs and indicators that a person’s faith is growing more mature and stronger?
    7. What are some steps we can take to grow deeper and more mature in faith? How can these very steps help us hold strongly to Jesus in the hard time of life?
    8. What is one step of spiritual maturity you need to take and what specific action will you take in the coming weeks?
    9. What is one struggle, pain, or area of hurt you are facing in your life right now and how can your growth group members support you and help you through this time?

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 7
MondayHebrews 8
TuesdayHebrews 9
WednesdayHebrews 7
ThursdayHebrews 8
FridayHebrews 9
SaturdayHebrews 10

Memorize/Reflect:  “Therefore, since we have a great high priest who has ascended into heaven, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold firmly to the faith we profess.”(Hebrews 4:14)

Prayer Direction:  Ask for the power of the Holy Spirit to fill you in the hard and challenging times so that you can walk with Jesus through the storms and fires you will face in this world.

“Live It!” Challenge – Become a Support Network: Make a list five Christians you know who are going through a difficult season of life. Pray for them every day this week and at the end of the week, check in with each one and let them know you are standing with them in prayer. If there is a tangible act of support you can offer to one of them, do it!

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Tell about a time you faced deep struggle, pain, or loss. How did this season of life impact your faith and trust on God. (Please be honest and share if there was a time when your faith wavered and you questioned God’s presence, strength, or goodness.
    2. Read: Hebrews 4:14-16. In the time the book of Hebrews was written Christians were being brutally persecuted for their faith. What does it mean to “hold firmly to the faith we profess” in the hard times of life?
    3. How has Jesus been tempted and how has he suffered? Why should this inspire and strengthen us in the hard times of life?
    4. What does it mean to “approach God’s throne of grace with confidence”? What does this look like in your walk of faith?
    5. Read: Hebrews 5:11-6:3. Many of the Christians who first received the message of Hebrews might have been insulted or offended by these words. The writer is saying, “Many of you are immature and still babies in the faith. It is time to grow up!” What are some of the signs that a person’s faith is still in the infant stages and not very mature?
    6. What are some signs and indicators that a person’s faith is growing more mature and stronger?
    7. What are some steps we can take to grow deeper and more mature in faith? How can these very steps help us hold strongly to Jesus in the hard time of life?
    8. What is one step of spiritual maturity you need to take and what specific action will you take in the coming weeks?
    9. What is one struggle, pain, or area of hurt you are facing in your life right now and how can your growth group members support you and help you through this time?

Faith Worth Holding On To: A Study of Hebrews

On September 16, 2013, in Featured-Auto, Sermon Resources, by Shoreline

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Faith Worth Holding On To: A Study of Hebrews | 5-weeks beginning September 22

Over this five-week series we will discover that Jesus is better, superior, and greater than all that came before Him…and everything that came after Him. We will dig into the amazing Book of Hebrews found in the New Testament.  Join us as we celebrate the power and glory of Jesus, the Savior of all who receive His amazing grace!

Services times are: Sunday Morning - 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. AND Monday Night - 6:30 p.m.

(Sign Language interpretation at 11:30 a.m. service)

Our mission is to help as many people as possible become totally committed to Jesus Christ!

 

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Faith Worth Holding On To: A Study of Hebrews | 5-weeks beginning September 22

Over this five-week series we will discover that Jesus is better, superior, and greater than all that came before Him…and everything that came after Him. We will dig into the amazing Book of Hebrews found in the New Testament.  Join us as we celebrate the power and glory of Jesus, the Savior of all who receive His amazing grace!

Services times are: Sunday Morning - 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. AND Monday Night - 6:30 p.m.

(Sign Language interpretation at 11:30 a.m. service)

Our mission is to help as many people as possible become totally committed to Jesus Christ!

 

Weekly Reading :: 9.15.13

On September 14, 2013, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 1-2
MondayHebrews 3-4
TuesdayHebrews 5-6
WednesdayHebrews 7-8
ThursdayHebrews 9-10
FridayHebrews 11-12
SaturdayHebrews 13 , Philippians 2:1-11 , Colossians 1:15-23

Memorize/Reflect:  “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”(Acts 1:8)

Prayer Direction:  Ask God to help you notice people who are hurting and who need His grace and care. Pray for one practical way you can help and serve someone in you work place, at your school, or in your neighborhood.

“Live It!” Challenge – Five Minute Mission Project: Try a five-minute mission project this week. As God opens your eyes to see someone who is hurting, outcast, or struggling, commit five minutes to do a service project for this person. It could be writing an encouraging note, taking time to talk with them, inviting them to join you and others for a meal, or helping them accomplish their work or school goal.

Growth Group Discussion: 
Video Based Questions

    1. Talk about your job and what you do for a living. What are the joys and what are the hardships in your particular occupation?
    2. We spend a very significant percentage of our life working. How have you used this large portion of your life to show God’s love and share his Word? What opportunities have you missed in the workplace? What can you do to make sure this doesn’t happen again?
    3. Have you had a time where you stood up for what you knew was the right thing to do and it turned out positively? What about negatively?
    4. Do you think your work ethic would point someone towards Christ? If not, what can you do to change that?
    5. Is your workplace a setting in which you could talk to others about your relationship with God? If not, what other ways could you help your coworkers outside the workplace?

Sermon Based Questions

    1. Tell about an experience you had in the work place or school where someone you worked with was a blessing and encouragement in your life.
    2. Tell about a time a person in your work place of school was difficult and challenging and describe how you navigated this relationship. (Be careful not to use names or indicate who this person is/was)
    3. Read: 1 Peter 3:13-17.What do you think Peter is seeking to communicate when he calls Christians to “Give an answer for the hope that is in us”?
    4. Imagine you are in your work place, school, or neighborhood and someone were to ask you, “Why do you place your hope in Jesus”? What would you say to them?
    5. Peter indicates that sometimes people will speak poorly of Christians. This is happening more and more in the marketplace, in Universities, and in other settings. What does Peter teach us about suffering and being attacked when we are doing the right things in the right way? What does he teach about suffering in these situations when we are in the wrong?

Bible Verses and Quotes for thought:

Colossians 3:23-25 – “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for their wrongs, and there is no favoritism.”

Genesis 2:15 – “The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.”

Matthew 5:16 – “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.”

“God has created me to do him some definite service; he has committed some work to me which he has not committed to another. I have my mission. I never may know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next”John Henry Newman

“The progress of mankind has always depended upon those who, seemingly isolated and powerless in their own day, have seen their vision and remained true to it. In the darkening corridors of time, they preserved integral their vision of the daylight at the end. This is a matter not of calculation but of faith. Our work may be small and its results invisible to us. But we may rest assured it will come to fruition in God’s good time.” – John Ferguson

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Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 1-2
MondayHebrews 3-4
TuesdayHebrews 5-6
WednesdayHebrews 7-8
ThursdayHebrews 9-10
FridayHebrews 11-12
SaturdayHebrews 13 , Philippians 2:1-11 , Colossians 1:15-23

Memorize/Reflect:  “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”(Acts 1:8)

Prayer Direction:  Ask God to help you notice people who are hurting and who need His grace and care. Pray for one practical way you can help and serve someone in you work place, at your school, or in your neighborhood.

“Live It!” Challenge – Five Minute Mission Project: Try a five-minute mission project this week. As God opens your eyes to see someone who is hurting, outcast, or struggling, commit five minutes to do a service project for this person. It could be writing an encouraging note, taking time to talk with them, inviting them to join you and others for a meal, or helping them accomplish their work or school goal.

Growth Group Discussion: 
Video Based Questions

    1. Talk about your job and what you do for a living. What are the joys and what are the hardships in your particular occupation?
    2. We spend a very significant percentage of our life working. How have you used this large portion of your life to show God’s love and share his Word? What opportunities have you missed in the workplace? What can you do to make sure this doesn’t happen again?
    3. Have you had a time where you stood up for what you knew was the right thing to do and it turned out positively? What about negatively?
    4. Do you think your work ethic would point someone towards Christ? If not, what can you do to change that?
    5. Is your workplace a setting in which you could talk to others about your relationship with God? If not, what other ways could you help your coworkers outside the workplace?

Sermon Based Questions

    1. Tell about an experience you had in the work place or school where someone you worked with was a blessing and encouragement in your life.
    2. Tell about a time a person in your work place of school was difficult and challenging and describe how you navigated this relationship. (Be careful not to use names or indicate who this person is/was)
    3. Read: 1 Peter 3:13-17.What do you think Peter is seeking to communicate when he calls Christians to “Give an answer for the hope that is in us”?
    4. Imagine you are in your work place, school, or neighborhood and someone were to ask you, “Why do you place your hope in Jesus”? What would you say to them?
    5. Peter indicates that sometimes people will speak poorly of Christians. This is happening more and more in the marketplace, in Universities, and in other settings. What does Peter teach us about suffering and being attacked when we are doing the right things in the right way? What does he teach about suffering in these situations when we are in the wrong?

Bible Verses and Quotes for thought:

Colossians 3:23-25 – “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for their wrongs, and there is no favoritism.”

Genesis 2:15 – “The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.”

Matthew 5:16 – “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.”

“God has created me to do him some definite service; he has committed some work to me which he has not committed to another. I have my mission. I never may know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next”John Henry Newman

“The progress of mankind has always depended upon those who, seemingly isolated and powerless in their own day, have seen their vision and remained true to it. In the darkening corridors of time, they preserved integral their vision of the daylight at the end. This is a matter not of calculation but of faith. Our work may be small and its results invisible to us. But we may rest assured it will come to fruition in God’s good time.” – John Ferguson

BLOCKS: Week 2

On August 25, 2013, in Featured-Auto, Growth Groups, by Shoreline

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Growth Group Discussion: 
Video Based Questions

    1. Read Ephesians 5:22-33. What does this say about the biblical perspective on marriage?Are there any relationships that are flourishing in your life right now? Are there others that are not going as well? How could this relate to your relationship with God?
    2. What expectations did you have (or do you have) of marriage before you were married?When was a time when you felt close to God as a friend?
    3. How did (or how do you think) those expectations get radically challenged through your relationship?
    4. How does sharing your life with someone else cause you to grow in unique areas of your life? Mention some of the personal ways you have seen this change in your life.
    5. Why do you think people so often default to the conclusion that they married the wrong person when things get tough, rather than concluding that maybe their perception of marriage may be off or even unbiblical?

Sermon Based Questions

    1. Tell about a marriage you have observed that you feel really reflects the desire God has for a man and a woman to love, serve, encourage, and learn from each other.
    2. What are some of the factors in today’s world that make it hard to build and maintain a healthy and God-honoring marriage? How can we fight against these?
    3. Read: Genesis 1:26-31. What do you think it means to say that men and women are created “In the image” of God?
    4. Read: Ephesians 5:21-33.. What are examples of mutual submission (“submit to one another”) in a marriage?
    5. If you are married, what is one practical way you can honor and serve your spouse in the coming week? If you are single, what is one way you can encourage, support, or cheer on a married couple God has placed in your life?

Bible Verses and Quotes for thought:

Genesis 1:27-28 – “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

Matthew 19:4-6 – “Haven’t you read,” he replied, “that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.”

1 Corinthians 7:1-16, Colossians 3:18-19, Hebrews 13:4-7

“The state of marriage is one that requires more virtue and constancy than any other…it is a perpetual mortification…From this thyme plant, in spite of the bitter nature of its juice, you may be able to draw and make the honey of a holy life” – Francis de Sales

“If we find that the same kinds of challenges face every marriage, we might assume that God designed a purpose in this challenge that transcends something as illusory as happiness.” – – Gary Thomas

“A man doesn’t own his marriage; he is only the steward of his wife’s love.” – – Edwin Louis Cole (Ed Cole)

“God created marriage. No government subcommittee envisioned it. No social organization developed it. Marriage was conceived and born in the mind of God.” – – Max Lucado

View Week 2 Video Curriculum


Growth Group Discussion: 
Video Based Questions

    1. Read Ephesians 5:22-33. What does this say about the biblical perspective on marriage?Are there any relationships that are flourishing in your life right now? Are there others that are not going as well? How could this relate to your relationship with God?
    2. What expectations did you have (or do you have) of marriage before you were married?When was a time when you felt close to God as a friend?
    3. How did (or how do you think) those expectations get radically challenged through your relationship?
    4. How does sharing your life with someone else cause you to grow in unique areas of your life? Mention some of the personal ways you have seen this change in your life.
    5. Why do you think people so often default to the conclusion that they married the wrong person when things get tough, rather than concluding that maybe their perception of marriage may be off or even unbiblical?

Sermon Based Questions

    1. Tell about a marriage you have observed that you feel really reflects the desire God has for a man and a woman to love, serve, encourage, and learn from each other.
    2. What are some of the factors in today’s world that make it hard to build and maintain a healthy and God-honoring marriage? How can we fight against these?
    3. Read: Genesis 1:26-31. What do you think it means to say that men and women are created “In the image” of God?
    4. Read: Ephesians 5:21-33.. What are examples of mutual submission (“submit to one another”) in a marriage?
    5. If you are married, what is one practical way you can honor and serve your spouse in the coming week? If you are single, what is one way you can encourage, support, or cheer on a married couple God has placed in your life?

Bible Verses and Quotes for thought:

Genesis 1:27-28 – “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

Matthew 19:4-6 – “Haven’t you read,” he replied, “that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.”

1 Corinthians 7:1-16, Colossians 3:18-19, Hebrews 13:4-7

“The state of marriage is one that requires more virtue and constancy than any other…it is a perpetual mortification…From this thyme plant, in spite of the bitter nature of its juice, you may be able to draw and make the honey of a holy life” – Francis de Sales

“If we find that the same kinds of challenges face every marriage, we might assume that God designed a purpose in this challenge that transcends something as illusory as happiness.” – – Gary Thomas

“A man doesn’t own his marriage; he is only the steward of his wife’s love.” – – Edwin Louis Cole (Ed Cole)

“God created marriage. No government subcommittee envisioned it. No social organization developed it. Marriage was conceived and born in the mind of God.” – – Max Lucado

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