If the axe is dull and he does not sharpen its edge, then he must exert more strength. Wisdom has the advantage of giving success. Ecclesiastes 10:10 This verse reminds me of the seventh habit in Sean Covey's book: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. This habit is called "Sharpen the Saw" and the … Continue reading Sharpening the Saw at Love University
There's nothing new under the sun. You've heard that before. But have you listened?
We are weak. We are all weak in some area that we think we are confident, and in a moments glimpse we can sin in a way that will cause our hearts to grieve.
“Love each other”....WHAT?! That was Jon’s last voicemail to his best friend, Eddie, who was having an affair with his wife, before Jon committed suicide in the new ABC series A Million Little Things? A blessing to continue on in a relationship that was breaking every promise he and his wife had made in their … Continue reading A Million Little Things Has One Big Thing Wrong!
Have you ever been loading your dishwasher and had that one dish you just couldn't get to fit but you were determined to make it happen? And then, you re-organized everything, piecing everything together like a puzzle and wah-lah... that ghastly dish fit perfectly now. SCORE!!! How many times have we felt we just couldn't … Continue reading Re-Organizing
Dear Distraught Wife, My heart is breaking for you, and I am angry at the turmoil of sin that is causing you such great distress.
I whine I complain You hold my hand Through all the pain I'm depressed I'm stressed You wipe each tear Through every mess I moan I groan You hold me close So I don't feel alone I'm tired I'm weak You give me the love That I desperately seek I'm irritable I'm mad You show … Continue reading Poem: A Husband’s Understanding