… and lead us not into temptation

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As we move out into the Lenten ‘dessert’ it seems as though the more we pray and fast, the more life attacks us. That’s because the devil knows this is a time of heightened spiritual activity which brings us (hopefully) even closer to God, his biggest enemy.  We are only a few days in and he’s been really busy already!  Continue reading … and lead us not into temptation

“Spotting” a Marriage Before It’s Too Late

http://timewarpwife.com/
http://timewarpwife.com/

 

When blogging, you can come across a link to a link to another link.  That’s how I was led to a blog called The Time Warp Wife.  Interestingly enough, the article on the homepage was exactly what I had been talking about recently to a friend.  Our conversation concerned a Christian man who had had an affair with a Christian woman and was divorcing his wife (also a Christian) of 30 odd years.  As I listened to the story unfold, I reserved my opinion.  Continue reading “Spotting” a Marriage Before It’s Too Late

To pray and fast … but what more can be done to meaningfully observe Lent?

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent.  For 40 days many Christians will more than likely pray, fast and/or give up something they think they can’t live without.  Things like chocolate, alcohol, potato chips, sex, TV or Coca Cola top some lists, but I feel if you only have a coke (or sex) three times a month it doesn’t really make sense fasting … just saying.

Continue reading To pray and fast … but what more can be done to meaningfully observe Lent?