Healthy sexuality means being confident that God created us either male or female. He created our sexuality, and we can live out His life-affirming vision either in lifelong marriage between one man and one woman, or in celibacy as a single. Healthy sexuality also means age-appropriate exposure to information about sexuality. Sexualization is unhealthy sexuality. Sexualization happens when a person’s value comes only from sexual appeal or actions, when someone is sexually objectified, or when sexuality is imposed on them.
The voters’ registration exercise by the Electoral Commission saw registrants trooping into the Odododiodoo Constituency as early as 4 am. Chief among the things observed was a disregard for Covid-19 protocols like registrants wearing a face mask and ensuring social distance amongst them. None compliance of social distancing was witnessed at almost all the centres visited as a result of people not willing to create any distance between them and others.
T.C. Stallings (“War Room”) suffered a string of unimaginable tragedies this season, which led to the release of his new docufilm, “24 Counter: The Story BEHIND the Run.” The film follows the life of the former football player turned Christian actor. Viewers will journey through his life from growing up in a dangerous, low-income neighborhood, the impact that upbringing had on his life and how it fueled his career. The award-nominated documentary became available via On Demand on June 30.
The English language groups different emotions and actions together and labels them “love.” Using the Greek language we end the confusion about the word love. The Greek language reveals at least five kinds of love, three of which, are found in the the King James Version of the Bible.
Change and being conformed into the image of Christ requires a broken and constantly repenting heart and is an essential component for the wise-virgin believer in readiness for the return of the Bridegroom for those who are being washed/purified by His blood and Word (Matt. 25:1-13; Eph. 5:25-27; 1 Jn. 1:7; Rev. 12:11). The life of repenting (turning) from what we currently are and toward the LORD is essential to having God’s glory in us – the glory that transforms our lives into His image (2 Cor. 3:18).
Talk about equality is usually explained like this: “Women are the same in a lot of ways as men, and they’ve been left out and discriminated against. Women deserve to be in the same spaces as men—politically, economically, socially—and share the same rights. Men and women are equal.” Is this true? Are men and women equal? Let’s see what the Bible has to say.
Satan and the powers-that-be don’t want men to be fully masculine because its easier to control and dominate them when they think like women. While most men in gynocentric societies have had their masculinity suppressed through social programming, their masculine power has not been destroyed—it can be recovered.
In order to win the battle you NEED the Holy Spirit. There is no other way to die to yourself and submit to male authority. You have to die to yourself! If you are already married to a Believer, count it as a true blessing because that will help minimize the pain of death, BUT you WILL feel the pain of death as you go through the process.
Children the reason the world does not believe me is because they are of the flesh, steeped in the flesh and therefore in enmity to my Spirit. Their ears are filled with the sounds of the earth and they are focused on satisfying their flesh. But why do you not hear me? If you are indeed mine then you should hear my voice.
In moments of clarity, can we actually conceive telling God, “I see your way, but mine is better.” We would like to say “no,” but the truth is we do this often. We do it at work, in relationships, and even when it comes to how we approach spiritual things. If we seek to honor God, we must remember what he has told us, “‘For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,’ declares the LORD. ‘As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts’” (Isaiah 55:8-9).