• How Far Is Too Far?

    Proverbs 6:27–28

    Some of us who are married may think it innocuous to flirt with an attractive co-worker, but we ought know an “innocent” cup of coffee or conversation can be the first step towards disaster. We might think it okay to ...Read More

  • Finding Loopholes

    Ephesians 5:3

    Because it is hard to find a detailed list of do’s and don’t’s regarding sexual behavior, it is easy for us to justify certain activities or thoughts that may in fact not be edifying. Even if something might be “lawful,” ...Read More

  • Christ’s Marriage Supper

    Revelation 19:6–10

    All of us who trust in Christ have already been declared righteous in the Lord’s heavenly courtroom. One day we will be without sin and practice righteousness at all times. On this day we will feast with the Lord face-to-face. ...Read More

  • A Still Greater Love

    Song of Solomon 7–8

    As good as marriage is, there is always the danger of idolizing it. It is all too common to expect this relationship to meet all our needs. As such, it is all too easy to neglect as a family our ...Read More

  • The Beauty of Love

    Song of Solomon 5–6

    Dr. R.C. Sproul says in his series Wisdom: “There is nothing wrong with being in love. There is nothing wrong with extolling the beauty of our wives or of our husbands.” Husbands and wives, when was the last time ...Read More

  • A Time for Love

    Song of Solomon 3–4

    Perhaps you are single today and think you somehow have less worth because you are not married. That is a false belief, for the Lord loves you more than you could ever know. Perhaps you are married today but face ...Read More

  • The Song of Solomon

    Song of Solomon 1–2

    Take time today to read the Song of Solomon in preparation for our four-day study. If you are married, consider reading the book with your spouse. Consider God’s intent for human sexuality in the expression of love and the filling ...Read More

  • Two Different Responses

    Genesis 34:30–31

    We are greatly encouraged that the Lord is true to His word even when His people sin. If His blessings were based ultimately on our faithfulness, we would be totally lost. Still, while God was faithful despite Jacob’s unfaithfulness, the ...Read More

  • Simeon and Levi Attack

    Genesis 34:25–29

    The Lord’s use of Israel to pour out His wrath on the inhabitants of Canaan was a case unique to that particular time in the history of God’s people. As Paul tells us in Romans 12:19, God no longer uses ...Read More

  • A City Is Circumcised

    Genesis 34:18–24

    First John 2:15b warns us: “If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” Dinah’s friendliness with the ways of the Canaanite women and widespread intermarriage, had it happened, both warn us against making ourselves ...Read More

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