Why doesn’t God talk to me? This is one of the most important questions you can ask if you feel like God is not speaking to you.
The Bible gives us many ways to overcome temptation, mainly by commanding us to remain in Jesus Christ and to rely on his strength (John 15:5).
Here are 5 common ways to push a Christian woman away from you.
What should you do when you are confused about what to do in life? How can you know the will of God for your life in specific situations? And what steps should you take when you need to make a decision but you are not sure what God wants you to do?
What should you do if you are a Christian who is starting to have romantic feelings for an unbeliever? Can Christians and non-Christians date? Is missionary dating a biblical option? Is it okay to be friends, witness to this person, and then date this person if they become a Christian one day?
Many Christian singles will need to navigate questions like these regarding their romantic feelings for an unbeliever. So here are 8 steps you can take if you are a Christian and you have romantic feelings for an unbeliever.
What does the Trinity teach us about human relationships? This is profound question to ask for a variety of reasons. One, the Trinity is one of, if not the, most crucial doctrine to understand when you want to know who God is. Since man was made in the image of God, if we want to bear God’s image properly we must accurately know who God is. Thus we must know about the Trinity if we want to reflect God.
God speaks to us in at least three primary ways: Through his word, through the Holy Spirit, and through our life circumstances. Most Christians know at least a little about hearing the voice of God by studying the Bible and by listening to the Holy Spirit in prayer. The circumstances of our lives, however, is often a way God speaks that many Christians do not know as much about.
Here are 5 common ways to push a Christian man away from you.
While it is ideal that we as Christians study the Bible and learn from others about Christian relationships and marriage, there are many lessons we end up learning the hard way.
Is singleness a spiritual gift? Is there such a thing as the spiritual gift of celibacy? What does the Bible actually say about the spiritual gift of singleness?