Here are 4 signs that can help you detect an unhealthy obsession. This list can be used to detect obsession in others and it can help you guard against forming an obsession yourself.
Description: In this concise mine-eBook, I share with you 10 powerful tips to help you succeed in Christian dating. These 10 tips build on each other, taking you from the pre-dating season right up to the point of engagement. We systematically discuss the practical and spiritual steps in the meeting, dating, and marrying process. If you are looking for deep biblical insight into Christian dating, this book will not disappoint.
Are you a Christian single person who wants to be married one day but right now you are trying to focus more on God, become a more mature Christian who is ready for a relationship, and overcome a relationship idol in your heart?
If so, here are 4 ways to help you grow in your season of Christian singleness and overcome a relationship idol in your heart.
Satan’s primary goal is not to keep you single. According to 1 Peter 5:8, the devil’s main goal is to destroy you.
Satan wants to prevent people from becoming Christians (2 Corinthians 4:4). If he can’t keep you from becoming a Christian, his next goal is to keep you from becoming an effective Christian who truly glorifies God (John 10:10).
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What does the Bible say about depression? How can a Christian overcome depression? And what biblical methods and modern methods should be used when a Christian is dealing with depression?
Here are 3 pointers to help Christians overcome depression.
The phrase “How to guard your heart from falling in love” is commonly searched and is the wrong approach for Christian singles unless they know they want to be single forever. The goal of guarding your heart when you like someone is not to prevent romantic love from occurring. Rather, the goal is to pursue romantic love in a biblical way that is honoring to God and healthy for your heart.
Does God give you more than you can handle? Some people say, “Nonsense, of course God gives you more than you can handle!” Others calmly point back to Bible verses like 1 Corinthians 10:13 and say, “No, God won’t give you more than you can handle.”
So which is it? Does God only give us what we can handle or does he give us more? And what does the Bible say about all this?
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Official Book Description: Do you desire to overcome all forms of sexual temptation? Do you value the power of God’s Word? Redeemed Like David offers a Christ-centered blueprint for overcoming all forms of sexual sin.