What does the Bible say about generational curses? And how can a Christian break a generational curse according to the Bible?
If you’ve been following this ministry for a while, you know that I believe in the concept of “the one.” One follow up question I often get goes something like this, “If God sovereignly puts people together in marriage, why do divorces happen? If God plans who we marry, why do some marriages turn out so badly?”
Here are 4 common signs that mean God is asking you something.
In this article, we are going to discuss how you can know whether or not a thought was from the devil, yourself, or God.
Why did God allow you to have a dream about someone? Do these dreams mean God wants you to be with this person? Is this a sign this person is your future spouse?
Here are 4 possible reasons God is allowing you to dream about someone.
(Note: If you are a regular reading of my content, you can probably skip down to point 2 because the intro and point 1 of this article are a review of points I’ve made before.)
When I use the phrase, “the one,” I’m not talking about a soul mate. I’m not saying that there is only one perfect divinely ordained person for everyone and you can thus marry someone who is not the one for you. What I am referring to is simply the person God planned for you to marry.
Is it possible to meet the right person that God wants you to be with but to meet this person at the wrong time?
Here are 4 possible reasons it feels like God led you to believe you and someone would be together but then it felt like God changed his mind later on.
Here are 4 signs God is about to use someone’s sins for your good.
I’m posting this video on Christmas Eve, so I thought it only right to focus on Jesus’ incarnation. But I also know many of you read these articles for biblical relationship advice. So in this article I want to apply the doctrine of the incarnation to how it affects a Christian’s ability to have a godly relationship.