In the third chapter of Isaiah, we read a number of things which I dare say will never be adequately expressed in Veggie Tales, flannelgraphs, or Illustrated Children’s Bibles.
Don’t try this at home, kids. But it all ends up happy in the end when the whole lot take their vows. And I think we could all learn a thing or two here about good manners.
Once upon a time, “the right side of history” was the side where marriage was defined as a man and a woman committed to one another for life.
Someone recently asked me why anyone should bother with marriage. Isn’t it more trouble than it’s worth, particularly for men in our society?
Marriage can be hard. Nevertheless, we do well to remember where marriage comes from and what God has called those of us to who have the blessing and privilege of being married.
The day before yesterday was my wife Lauren’s and my 14-year anniversary, and we chose strategically to get married the week of Thanksgiving because we want to remember to have an attitude of gratitude about our marriage. Yesterday was Thanksgiving 2020, and we had our neighbors over to share a meal and thank God for…