Maybe marriage licenses ought to be written on Etch-a-Sketches. That way, if the relationship gets turned upside down and shaken up a bit, the license will automatically erase itself. Seriously, it's doubtful anyone enters marriage planning for it to end prematurely. But in too many cases it does. Pastor Greg Laurie diagnoses the problem and spells out the biblical cure.
It's a smooth, carpeted aisle that leads to the wedding altar, but it's a rough, rocky road that leads to divorce court. Some couples shift into emotional four-wheel drive and try to slog their way through the tough times, but is that really God's plan for marriage? Pastor Greg Laurie helps husbands and wives find the harmony and stability God designed. We'll find today's insight in the book of Ephesians.
There's only one way to have a relationship completely free of disagreement, discomfort and discord - to have an imaginary friend. Even then it's not guaranteed. But seriously, when two human beings spend time with each other, things can go sideways. Pastor Greg Laurie brings biblical counsel for the important relationships of our lives. He's launching a new series for all of us with questions. It's called "Am I Doing This Right?" Good insight is ahead.
God created us as social beings. We're not wired to be hermits, living a reclusive, isolated lifestyle. We're built to engage with others. But whoever we engage with influences us... and we them. So there's wisdom in choosing our influencers. As we launch a new series on relationships, we begin with the most common relationship we all enjoy: friendship. We'll consider one of the Bible's preeminent examples of rewarding friendship.
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