The rate of divorce has gone up increasingly in the past years. Let’s not even touch the world of Hollywood where a year in marriage is such a milestone. The world’s standard of love and marriage has been completely distorted. People marry for the wrong reasons and get separated for the shallowest causes.
These days, relationships start without even looking forward into the future. Individuals don’t ask themselves, “Is this the person I want to marry?” People jump from one relationship to another and are so afraid of commitment. The word “love” is even considered to be a word you should be afraid of instead of being excited about.
Let us remember how God designed marriage. Marriage involves true love between two people. And that true love only comes from God who is love. If you do not have God in you, then there’s a big possibility of you and your spouse having problems in the future. It’s fundamental that we know what kind of love is required of us to be in a good and long lasting relationship.
“God created marriage. No government subcommittee envisioned it. No social organization developed it. Marriage was conceived and born in the mind of God.” – Max Lucado
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Conflicts happen all the time. Misunderstandings at work or conflict of interests with family members are inevitable. These problems often get resolved. But when there are situations that are more difficult to manage, how do you deal with these conflicts?
Knowing the basics of conflict resolution may help you in your everyday life. It gives you the opportunity to understand people more and see where they are coming from instead of having a one-sided argument. It will help you respond more rationally and listen to what the other person has to say.
Arguments usually make people more emotional. Sometimes the emotions take over and we end up with dirty fights and harsh words towards each other. Anger builds walls between individuals that result to more quarrels and less understanding.
The key to resolving conflicts is being able to listen to what the other party has to say. If you don’t give each other the chance to explain, then that argument will go in circles. God has commanded us to bear with one another and become peacemakers.
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Living alone is such a huge part in an adult’s life. This is the time when you take responsibility for your own bills and try to save enough to pay your rent and utility bills. But what happens if things go wrong at work and you are all of a sudden unable to pay your rent? The first few months you tell your landlord that you’re sorry and be sure to pay them soon. But what if you’re months behind your rent? What do you do?
Some people would completely evade the situation and be in denial. This is a dangerous path because it might get you into more trouble than you are already in. Others may lie about their situation and pretend like everything’s okay.
You’re an adult and you need to take responsibility for your shortcomings. You must accept the dilemma that you are in and think of ways to make things better.
The Lord said He would never leave us nor forsake us. He also reminded us not to worry so much and to know that these trials are a testing of our faith.
This book will guide and help you in getting out of your rent debt. It will also remind you of how God is working in your life through these situations. Once you are able to pay your debt, you must also have it in you to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.
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For some churches, speaking in tongues is a taboo, for others it is encouraged.
‘Glossolalia’ refers to a believer speaking in words that were never part of his or her known language. It happens commonly during states of deep religious prayer or songs of worship.
When you receive God in your life, the Spirit of the Lord gives you the ability to gain its fruits and gifts as your live your Christian life – including tongue-speaking.
Tongue-speaking was part of our history. This first happened during the day of the Pentecost when the believers were enabled by the Holy Spirit to speak in languages. This gift has been carried on from thousands of years until the present day.
The 10 Commandments of Glossolalia by Bishop Bernard E. Johnson explains the origin of this gift and teaches us how to use it wisely. It guides us on how to make use of this gift. It is important to know that this gift is used to convey the message of God and nothing else. We are used as a vessel by the Holy Spirit to communicate to people of different nationalities and backgrounds. It is God’s way of speaking to those who need to hear the Gospel.
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Service in ministry is not an easy task. Becoming a leader in the church means having to undergo proper training to make God-centered decisions and taking faithful actions.
Before looking for a mentor, ask yourself, “Why do I want to lead? To serve?”, “What are my intentions by becoming a mentee?”. What is your goal and vision? Do you want to lead a ministry? A church? A clear vision is important when entering a mentorship. Your motives must be honest and authentic. Mentorship requires a commitment and discipline.
Undergoing mentorship requires a positive attitude and good characteristics. It requires a heart that is ready to serve and learn. Being a mentee means that you are willing to have a teachable heart and mind. You will experience trials and situations that will test your faith. It’s all about how you handle these struggles. Pain will part of the growing process and you must be ready to experience a lot of it.
It also means that you are willing to learn how to follow before becoming a leader. Everything that your mentor does is a lesson and an example to follow. In the end, you will reflect your mentor. Everything that has been taught to you will be applied and expressed through the way you are living.
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We all have dreams and goals in life. The journey to fulfilling those dreams is always the memorable and vital ones. Which is why it is important that we check our intentions and if they are aligned with God.
Intent is synonymous to “motive”. Every time we act upon pursuing our goals, we always need to know if our intentions are good or bad. God watches our steps and weighs our motives. Our intentions are important to the Lord.
In order to achieve what we desire, we need to have the motivation to do it. But we must always be careful with our behavior in doing so. Some people will do anything in order to get what they want. They will step on people and not care if their actions affect others on the way. Our behavior matches with our intent. We must always have a positive behavior in order to have positive outcomes.
We need to set our intentions and be able to base it on who we are and our values. When our hearts are filled with faith, then our intentions become pure and good. Our intentions tell us about who we really are, and God can see that.
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In business, Marketing is what makes profit come in. It revolves around having relationships with customers, building the brand and making sure that people know about the product. Marketing is all about knowing what the customers need and being able to provide it to them with flair.
You may have an amazing product that you think people will want, but if you don’t market it well, then you might not be able to sell a single unit. It is about understanding what the consumers want, and then creating a strategy to draw them to your product.
It might also be about the product itself. How does your product benefit people? Why would they want to buy it? Will people be drawn to your product?
The 10 Commandments of Marketing will guide you into knowing who your market is, how to develop your product and how to sell it. It will reveal strategies that you might have missed out on your marketing plan and possibly some internal glitches in your business.
Stop wondering why your product’s not selling and start learning how to truly market your brand. It’s time that you market yourself and your product the best way possible.
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The Internet is like a bustling city full of traffic and a variety of people going in and out of shops, chatting, looking for entertainment and finding inspiration. This is what’s going on in the World Wide Web these days. The world has become smaller because of social media, making it easier for us to find people we haven’t seen in ages, communicate with bloggers across the globe and find out what’s going with a celebrity’s life.
It’s no lie that social media has made such an impact on our lives. It has been so easy to broadcast your message to the world by just one click. But little do we know that what we post online may also affect the people around us. As Christians, how should we use social networking sites?
We need to remember that Christians represent God in everything that they do – and that includes whatever we post, click or “like” on the internet. We must remember that we have a social responsibility. We should use social media as a way to encourage and influence people in a good way.
We should also think about how social media affects us. Does it hinder us from being productive? Do we check our online accounts first thing in the morning instead of talking to God?
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Looking for a job can be a liberating and exciting experience especially as you get out of college. But whether it’s your first time to apply for a job or you’re trying to look for better options, there are important reminders you need to know to get that position.
Aside from the exams that you need to take, there’s the ever-threatening interview portion of your application. At this stage, before you go on talking about your skills and how you can contribute to the company, you must know who you are. Are you a leader? Do you work well with other people? Knowing your identity enables you to find out if you’re the right person for the job.
Knowing what you want and what you need from a job is also a key point in your application. You might have an interesting job offer but it may not necessarily meet your needs.
It is all about preparation. Get your portfolio, resume and work attire ready! Do research on the company you will be applying for and check their goals and mission. This will give you time to prepare proper answers when they ask you about your plans for the company and what you can offer them.
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