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The Successful Wife

"I know that young ladies will never agree with me, but whoever will implement this shall be the happiest of all and shall make a nice home; unless otherwise."
ITEMS 1.  The husband is always right
2.  The husband is always the master of the family even if he has no job and NO MONEY
3.  The wife must ask for permission from the husband before going to bed if the husband isn't yet in bed, as well as before turning her face away from him on the bed. The husband is still the master and has full control on all the operations even in bed
4.  If there is a quarrel with the husband and then a visitor comes, the wife should smile as if nothing happened
5. Anytime the wife thinks she is right in a matter, she should refer herself to Article number 1
6.   A good wife must go to bed in her nightdress with no panties or bra, (except during your monthly flow, which he must know about)…

How Do I Cuddle Without Inviting Sex

According to Steve Pavlina, One question that a few women asked me essentially boils down to this:
I really love cuddling, but I have a hard time inviting guys to cuddle with me because they might think I’m inviting them to have sex with me, and sometimes I just want to cuddle. How can I ask for cuddling and not have a guy think I’m offering something sexual?
Believe it or not, this can be an issue for men too. Let’s ponder this situation from some different perspectives since the same issue can have multiple causes. 
Are You Communicating Clearly? When it comes to discussing emotional matters, many people are notoriously poor communicators. They express themselves in such vague and fuzzy ways that it’s no wonder they’re frequently misunderstood. They drop confusing hints instead of being forthright and direct. They insinuate instead of invite. If you want to improve your results in this area, first get comfortable with communicating clearly and directly. 
In fact, even if you’re not …

Lizette Borreli's 'Increasing Intimacy Without Sex'

Finding that special someone to date and falling in love is the easy part; keeping a happy and healthy relationship is the hard part. Busy schedules, surprise visits from (annoying) family members, unpaid bills, and poor communication can lead to frustration and doubts, such as: Why are we so disconnected? Shouldn't true love be easy? Are we meant to be? Relationships are constantly growing and shifting, but couples can take these six steps that will help them foster intimacy — without sex.
Self-Disclosure And Eye Contact
Partners who are more open with one another by divulging their feelings are able to develop an instant bond. It may feel risky to be vulnerable or to reveal hidden parts of ourselves, but deep bonds can be established by asking a particular set of questions. A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology described participants' reactions after asking each other questions such as:
For what in your life do you feel most grateful? What …

Enjoying Greater Intimacy In Your Marriage

When a husband and wife achieve true intimacy, of course, they will naturally desire to share their romantic feelings at the deepest level. By God's design, one of the most pleasurable ways for couples to express their profound love and appreciation is through His gift of sexual intimacy.
The Art of Making Love Some would say that "having sex" and "making love" are one and the same, but there's an important distinction between the two. The physical act of intercourse can be accomplished by any appropriately matched members of the animal kingdom. But the art of making love, as intended by God, is a much more meaningful and complex experience. It is physical, emotional, and spiritual. In marriage we should settle for nothing less than a sexual relationship that is expressed not only body to body, but also heart to heart and soul to soul. This intimate union, two becoming "one flesh," is both the symbol and fruit of genuine, heartfelt romantic love b…

Kari Jobe: ‘Don’t Get So Caught Up In The Idea Of Marriage’

Worship artists’ Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes have been wonderfully blessed with a loving marriage. Jobe even described her marriage to Carnes as “a taste of heaven.” These two have waited, saved, and have sacrificed to ensure that this day, this dream will become a reality.

Jobe posted on her Facebook page an advice for people searching for a spouse that God has someone special intended for them and that they should not be so much in a rush to find someone to be with that they miss out on God’s wonderful plan for them.

“If there is one message I’d like to relay to those who are still searching for a spouse, it would be this: don’t allow yourself to get so caught up in the idea of marriage that you miss the voice of the Holy Spirit,” she said.

Carnes and Jobe built their relationship around God, and even during their wedding, they made time to worship Him. “It was the strongest presence of God I have ever felt,” the singer described. “Getting married made me think of how much God longs …

Purity Is Not Just About Abstaining From Sex. What Else Is It Then?

As Christians, we have always been encouraged to walk in purity all the time. To many, purity is saying no to sex before marriage. But there is a lot more to it than that. Below are three truths about purity that every Christian should take to heart:

Purity is from Jesus.

Left on our own, our lives will always be stained with sin. Purity is not in our earthly nature that is why Jesus had to bridge the gap for us by cleansing us and giving us a new identity. The old has gone and the new has come. When we accepted Jesus as our personal Lord and Savior, our hearts regenerated and we were made into a new creation! Jesus deposited his holiness and purity into our new identities. (see 2 Corinthians 5:17)

Purity is not just abstaining from sex; it is a heart issue.

Jesus said in Matthew 5:8 (NLT), “God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God.”

While it is true that not having sexual relations outside the boundaries of marriage is good and should always be considered and emb…

How Can Two People Who Are So Dissimilar Stay Together

How did God nurture their relationship? Joanna always played it safe. She was the quiet one in school who was content to live in the background. She liked comfort and predictability.

Then she met Chip.

Chip was everything Joanna wasn’t: risky, dangerous, care-free, and an extreme dreamer.

Completely opposite. Completely different. Completely in love. Despite their differences, their chemistry has made their show — HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” — cable’s top program. So what keeps them together? How can two people who are so dissimilar stay together in an era where many call it quits because they’re just “different people”? WATCH THIS by clicking on the image below...

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On Holines

Holiness is who God is not who we are. When you talk like God, walk like God, do your everything like God, if God is in you, when you carry God in you that is where you become holy. The force that produces change in us is called Dynamics
Holiness is what bring us to God. To be sanctified is the way to Holiness and Holiness is double Sanctification. SIN
Sin a rebellion against the Laws of God. 1John 3:4
"Whosoever commits sin also commits lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness"
Sin is All unrighteousness. 1John 5:17
Sin is the root of all evil Rom 5:12.
Sin is the omission of no duties John 4:17
Know that sin is a spirit and a garment of all evil without sin there is no evil.
Proverbs 14:13-14
"Even in laughter the heart may sorrow, and the end of mirth may be grief.
The backslider in heart will be filled with his own ways, But a good man will be sanctified from above." 1) Sin brought sickness, there was no sickness until sin came through the disobed…

Young People Ask: Kissing in a Christian relationship before Marriage?!

We must fully comprehend what is our ultimate purpose in living our lives. And as a follower of Jesus Christ, our ultimate purpose is to glorify and honor Him in all that we are and in all that we do, and that includes how we deal our relationship with others.

In a relationship, it is essential to know that your partner should draw you closer to God, and not drag you in certain situations that a Christian should never be in. God gave you that person so both of you can serve and glorify Jesus instead of just letting you compromise and pull you away from your faith.

So this leads us to the question: should Christians kiss before marriage? The Bible says, “Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial.” (1 Corinthians 6:12) The standards of the world may permit you to cross intimate boundaries with your partner, but as Christians, we should know better that this doesn’t apply to what God has called us to be. Sexual intimacy is only permitted by God in married couple…

A Great Lesson from Queen Esther: Outstanding Faith and Character

I love the story of Esther. If you haven’t read it lately, you can do so HERE.
God has a special plan for your life. Esther was placed in a royal position, not by chance, but for a purpose. Reminds me of one of my favorite verses. Proverbs 16:9, “In his heart a man plan’s his course, but the Lord determines his steps.”
God didn’t make a mistake where He has you today. I think we spend too long in our life trying to figure out where God wants us to be or wishing we were somewhere else, instead of just allowing God to do something with our life where we are, while waiting for more to come.
Sometimes you will have to go against common sense, against what others advise, even against what you want to do in order to follow God’s plan. Esther would have to approach the king, though she didn’t have permission. This could have meant certain and sudden death for her, since it was even against the law to approach the king. Esther’s response: “If I perish, I perish!” Sometimes God’s will makes perfect s…

Amazing Short Story: My Wife is a Christian

Richard said: My wife is a Christian.
She lets me live my life. She doesn’t talk to me about anything biblical. She doesn’t curse me. She respects me as her husband and always asks for permission when going to church, to use the car and lot things. She keeps washing my clothes. She has never thrown away any beer in the fridge because she is a Christian.
She has never refused me sex because I am drunk. That woman is a Christian.” His friends stopped laughing.
“You really mean this?”
Daniel asked, “I think she claims she is Christian because you haven’t really tested her faith. She is pretending.”
“No. No. No. She doesn’t pretend. She just lives the life of a Christian,” Richard defended.
“What if we really test her faith? To see if she is the real deal?” Andrew dead-panned.
“I would not to treat my wife that way. She is a good woman. She respects me and I wouldn’t go that extra mile,” Rich said adding: “Right now I am ashamed to even bring beer into the fridge again.”
“I knew u were l…

Paying Musicians in Church Ministries

There are people who believe musicians should not be paid because music is a ministry and therefore it must be done with volunteers. Others claim that their churches are small and that their budgets do not allow them to pay anyone. Topics that have to deal with money are never treated lightly and people become emotional when it comes to money issues.

Some people claim that it is the devil who has swept through churches causing musicians to want to be paid for their service of playing. Some musicians go to the extreme of not playing if the money is not there. Though I do not advocate for such an attitude, I believe that musicians should either be paid, receive a love offering once in a while or at least transport money to help them in the work that they do.

It is biblical to pay musicians for the work that they do in the church. I believe this helps the musicians to focus on the ministry and prayer as they are not busy trying to make money and serve God at the same time. In some churc…

7 Things In Life We Must Treat Like Carrying A Crete Of Eggs

There are things we must carry and handle with extra carefulness because these things are fragile and once broken, it is not easy to put back together and once some of these things get broken, they can lead to huge damage and destiny wastage.
Your Name
Your name is very important and fragile. There are names that stinks in the ears of people simply because, those who bear those names spoilt the name. The way to handle your name with care is to be careful of your doings. Your actions can rubbish your name. A good name can open doors for you & for your children and generations after you. Carry your name with carefulness. It is a huge asset. Here is one of the quotes written by Shakespeare: 'Whoever steals my purse steals trash; 'tis something, nothing; 'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to thousands; But he that filches from me my good name, my enviable reputation; Robs me of that which does not enrich him, But makes me poor indeed'. Do good and the right t…