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Question and Answer

May 1, 2010

I had a crummy marriage—fighting every day. Dr. Gary Chapman's Five Love Languages book didn't work for us. It needed another chapter. But I have two questions: Will we know each other in heaven? Will we be stuck with each other as husband and wife for eternity? Question and Answer Yes to the first question, and no to the second question.

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Question and Answer

March 1, 2010

I divorced my wife and married another woman, but that second marriage didn't work either. We got divorced. A year later my first wife—who, like me, had remarried—also was divorced a second time. We started dating. Now we want to get married and start all over again. Our pastor says Deuteronomy 24:1–4 prohibits the remarriage of a man to his...

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Question and Answer

June 1, 2013

Recently a friend and I were talking about our physical images of Christ. She felt pretty strongly that we should not try to see Christ in a visual way because anything we would think would be inaccurate. I, on the other hand, have felt comforted by different images of Christ throughout my life—especially, when I was a child, the famous picture...

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  • Q & A June 1, 2013

The Kingdom Is Like a Hidden Treasure

June 28, 2019

The Kingdom Is Like a Hidden Treasure Some Filipino fishermen found a huge, irregularly-shaped pearl inside a giant clam that stuck to their boat's anchor. With no idea of its value, they kept it for good luck and stashed it under a bed for ten years. When in 2016 they left it at their city' tourism office for safekeeping, they were stunned...

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  • Devotions June 28, 2019

Laugh Like a Kid Again

March 12, 2021

Chris Fabry Live

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​Remember when you were younger, when you laughed out loud at any little thing. Author and humorist Phil Callaway is going to encourage you to laugh like a kid again. In the middle of COVID, in the middle of the stress and struggle of life, he says laughter is like a windshield wiper. It won’t stop the rain, but it will keep you going.

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  • Emotional Wellbeing March 12, 2021

Question and Answer

April 1, 2017

I have a close family member (not a spouse) who has treated me badly most of my life, making me feel inadequate, unloved, and insecure. It took me years to work through the damage and come to forgiveness and letting go of the hurt. The person who hurt me has never admitted wrong even when confronted. In fact, she has suggested it was my problem.

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We Are Weak, but He Is Strong

February 23, 2018

We Are Weak, but He Is Strong Since 1862, children around the world have been singing the words of Anna Bartlett Warner’s hymn, “Jesus Loves Me.” Its first stanza contains a line that is true for children and adults alike: “Little ones to Him belong—they are weak but He is strong.” At this point in our study of evangelism, you may be feeling...

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  • Evangelism February 23, 2018

Our Lives Are But a Breath

February 24, 2014

Our Lives Are But a Breath Before Karl Albrecht died a few years ago, he had written an unusual obituary for himself in the style of a moving notice. After his death, the notice was published in a German newspaper: “I have moved house. My new address: Olhsdorf-Ruhewald cemetery, plot Bx 65/28C. I’ll be pleased to have a lively attendance.”...

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  • Devotions February 24, 2014

I have forgiven them, but ...

March 16, 2021

A Love Language Minute

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What do you do when you forgive someone but you remain deeply pained when you remember what they did? Start by reading and applying Hebrews 10:17. March 16, 2021

In Egypt, but Not of It

August 24, 2018

People who move to a new country—whether as immigrants, refugees, or missionaries—often try to learn their new culture while maintaining their previous national and cultural activity. The first generation might keep their language and customs, but their children and grandchildren assimilate more until the original cultural identity is subsumed...

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