Most people agree that salvation is of the LORD but the problem comes when we try to understand the meaning of that seemingly simple sentence, “Salvation is of the LORD.” It means, it is God who decides who to save, not the one who gets saved by God.
How many ministers, Gospel singers, pastors, choir and sole singers and in general Christians, followers of Jesus Christ have to go through divorce before a single Christian person, who is preparing to get married, stops and asks:
“What went wrong with the marriages of these people? What can I learn from their mistakes? I have to know their reasons because “I am no better than my ancestors,” I may end up doing the same thing.”
I was outside the whole day and I came home being emotionally, physically and mentally totally drained. I tried to finish something and I was not successful. I had a conversation with someone and it didn’t go well. Somebody got on my last nerve and I tried to get even and I lost the fight, big time. My “Things to Do List” was not even touched by the time the sun went back to her home.
Peace? Are you serious? I didn’t even know how to spell it let alone to have it in my heart! Joy? Forget it! Do I need to say I was mean-spirited and sensitive even to be looked at? Nah! Continue reading We Wives Need To – – –→