Ron Stone • Sermon • • 7,476 views
1 Corinthians 7:7-9 Advise to Widowers and Widows First Corinthians chapter seven places high value on the single life of celibacy and it strongly contradicts the popular idea that only those who are married are truly fulfilling their purpose and calling in life. It makes clear that it is not only possible…
Tom Scaife • Sermon • • 7,428 views
Providence Bible Church October 19, 2008 A Beautiful and Suitable Helper For Man Genesis 2:18-25 (Scripture Reading Eph 5:22-33) Intro: God and His word alone is the cause of all things created. God is supreme and creates according to His divine design. He is the ultimate unrivaled inventor, architect,…
Rob • Sermon • • 4,931 views
By: Robert G. Goll Song 2:1-2 (Praising the Girl) “I am the rose of Sharon, The lily of the valleys.” “Like a lily among the thorns, So is my darling among the maidens.” (Song of Solomon 2:1-2, NASB95). Introduction/Commentary: As we begin looking at Song 2, the lovers continue right where they left…
Ron Stone • Sermon • • 2,473 views
1 Corinthians 7:1-7 Abstinence is Good, but Not in Marriage Many times Christians have been very reluctant to address these kinds of issues thinking them to be inappropriate topics for discussion. I believe that one of the negative consequences of the church’s unwillingness to teach frankly and openly…
Sermon on the Mount
Divorce. One of the most skipped topics on the Sermon on the Mount. Today we talk about divorce and what God and His Word says about it. For most, it may be hard to hear but God's Word is straight to the point. However, there is a way to discuss this topic that both glorifies God's Word, as well as brings relief to those un sure about it. Listen up!
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 810 views
“Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous.”  Listening to contemporary sociologists, one might conclude that marriage is a dying institution. Actually, one need not listen to sociologists to draw such a negative…
Tim McMillian • Sermon • • 626 views
Biblical Dating: To Kiss or Not to Kiss by Scott Croft * * * A promise is a promise. Last time I appeared on this site, I said that I would lay out my position on biblical dating and then turn it over to all of you to determine the rest of the column's topics by your questions. You have not disappointed.…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 386 views
Marriage is part of God’s intention for humanity from creation and forms the basis for the family which is the primary unit of society. Where marriage flourishes it blesses both the couple and the wider community.
Jonathan McGuire • Sermon • • 383 views
Marriage I will never forget the first week after the honeymoon in our marriage. Our dating relationship was so much fun. (Tell some of this) We had a quick engagement 3 months. Our wedding was fun. Our honeymoon was a blast (I accidently booked a haunted bed and breakfast for the first night). We then…
Greg Henneman • Sermon • • 237 views
THE MARRIAGE JUNGLE “Clearing the Path to Great SEX” Pastor Greg Henneman June 8, 2003 Text: Genesis 1:27-28, 31 Key Idea: Sex is a beautiful gift from God. Goal: To encourage couples to intentionally improve their sex lives. INTRODUCTION Today we come to the end of our theme “The Marriage Jungle.” It’s…
Douglas James Wilson • Sermon • • 186 views
Introduction: Marriage is instituted by God, and rightly understood it is one of the most glorious pictures of the gospel given to man. And of course, abused as it often is, it presents a potent false gospel as well. That false gospel either seduces people into a sentimental mess, or it presents a caricature…
Matthew Kratz • Sermon • • 184 views
Oneness in Marriage. 1 Cor. 7:1-9 Maranathan Baptist Church. Sunday January 29, 2006. 10:00 am In all the events overshadowing last week, perhaps you missed an interesting report. A new study for the federal Justice Department says Canada should get rid of its law banning polygamy, and change other legislation…
Can there be a perfect marriage - a marriage made in Heaven? How can I be a better partner? How come my needs are not met? Is my Husband a sexual pervert! This sermon talks of how to meet your spouses needs.
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 144 views
Many people find themselves unfulfilled in marriage due to a lack of understand in the purpose of marriage. False expections leaders to disconentment which if gone unchecked leaders to divorce. When we understand the purpose and fulfillment of marriage we can acheive a thriving, emotionally stable marriage that can last a life time.
Let's Be a Christ-Centered Church
Max Fernandez • Sermon • • 128 views
Introduction: TODAY, DO NOT THINK OF THE INADEQUACY OF YOUR SPOUSE. MAKE ASSESSMENTS OF YOU, AS COMPARED TO A GOSPEL-MARRIAGE PARTNER Garland’s Chapter Outline: Sexual relations within marriage Celibacy or Marriage for the Unmarried & Widows Instructions about divorce for those married to Christians…
Rudy Du Plooy • Sermon • • 117 views
The role of Marriage One of the primary roles of a marriage is that of safeguarding against sin in the form of sexual fornication. God created man with a string sexual desire, multiply.and knowing this passion that burn within each one us god declared: Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the…
Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 102 views
Celibacy is not spiritually superior (vs 1). The deliberate abstinence from marital or sexual intimacy. CELIBACY Abstention by vow from marriage. The practice of abstaining from marriage may be alluded to twice in the NT. Jesus said that some have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom…
Gender, Sex, and God
John Byrne • Grace Fellowship of Lakewood • Sermon • • 101 views • 44:47
Understanding how God designed sex is essential to a healthy approach to sexuality in our lives.
Rich DeRuiter • Sermon • • 98 views
Reading: 1Cor 6:12-20: 1cor 13:4-7 / HC Q&A 108-109 You shall not commit adultery Exodus 20:14 (NIV) I. God Created our sexuality A. God made us Male and Female 1. How do we know someone’s gender? a. The 1st question: is it a boy or a girl? b. Almost as if we are an “it” until we are a “he” or a “she.”…