Choosing a Wife (Beauty is Vain)
Are you engaged to be married? Are you in a relationship? Is your relationship biblical? Are you merely attracted by appearance and personality? Or is the man or woman hungering and thirsting after righteousness and in deeper love with the Lord then they are with you? So many young men and women are lured away and distracted in relationships with sinful motives and sinful pursuits. Listen to this study and examine your own self. You do not want to marry the wrong women or man, there is no turning back. Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised. -Proverbs 31:30
Dating, Courtship, and Marriage
Paul Washer talks about some of the things that are so greatly deceiving youths in their relationships.
A Young Man’s Attitude Towards Women
Although our American culture has blurred the lines between masculinity and femininity, Christians are to be different in the way that they treat the opposite sex. In this teaching session on Biblical manhood, Paul Washer explains what kind of attitude that young men are supposed to have toward young women. For more HeartCry Media, visit us online at: heartcrymissionary.com/
Are You Ready for a Relationship?
You must earn the right to have a relationship with a daughter of God. In this teaching session on Biblical Manhood, Paul Washer explains what a young man must be in order to consider beginning a relationship with the opposite sex. For more HeartCry Media, visit us online at: heartcrymissionary.com/
Marriage and God’s Will For Young People
What is the Scriptural emphasis regarding the "will of God" for our lives? Often we think of it in regards to who we are going to marry or where to work. God is concerned about those things, and will lead us into those things. However, in Scripture the "will of God" almost always refers to the moral will of God. Ephesians 5:17, "So then do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is."
Marriage and Singleness (Bible Study Discussion)
A bible study discussion regarding God's plan for marriage and singleness that began with a question about the meaning of Matthew 19:11.
God’s Will vs. Your Will
If in your heart you're not truly sold out to God's will, you are going to misinterpret your will as if it's God's will.
Better to Marry Than to Burn With Passion?
What does the Bible mean when it says that it is better to marry than to burn? Does mean that marriage is the cure for sexual impurity?
Should I Only Marry a Virgin?
Is it an unreasonable standard to want to marry someone only if they are a virgin? Should their immoral past be more important than their present godliness?