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As we see so many marriage falling apart around us, even people close to use, we must be reminded that “God has created a certain order for the family, an order of authority and obedience”. Wives are not called to be in authority over their husbands, and husbands are not called to be stay-at-home dads. Husbands and fathers, are you strong in the Lord that you exercise authority over your wife and children as God would have you rule? Women, is that what you encourage and look for in your husband? Let us not be taught by the world! Let show our love for God and the body of Christ in maintaining good and godly homes. Let us all take heed to Rev. Arie DenHartog’s words of encouragement as found in his article “The Christian Family: the Role of the Husband and Father”. Click here to read.
The husband has a high calling in the marriage relationship. He is called to be a reflection of Jesus Christ. As head over his wife he is not only responsible for the spiritual well-being of his wife but also leading her in authority. Husbands are commanded to love their wives; which is ultimately how they rule in authority. How do husbands rule in love over their wives? How does the husband show he is a picture of Christ in the different areas of the marriage bond?
This sermon is part of a series by Rev. Guichelaar called "Marriage, A Mystery." To find the rest of the series, look under the "Library" app tab for "Sermon Series."
What is better than having a line of descendents? What is better than the comfort that comes from children? It is the comfort God will give His people who fear His word, and obey His commandments, and walk with Him. In his sermon on “The Goodness of the Single State”, Rev. Guichelar, brings God’s word to singles especially. From passages such as Isaiah 56:3-7 we see that God is not silent on the single state. Single and married alike must take heed to God’s word and to what it means to fulfill our calling faithfully before God. Click here to listen.
To listen to the rest of Rev. Guichelaar's series on "Marriage, A Mystery," look under the "Library" app tab for "Sermon Series."