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A Prodigal Husband: The Compassionate Father

March 27, 2013 by


We have been looking  in Luke 15 this week about the Parable of the Lost Son. The story, also known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son, involves a man and his two sons. The younger of the two decided that he wanted his inheritance early and left home to go to a nearby country. As […]

Making Seclusion A Happy Husband Habit

April 16, 2012 by


So I thought to end our discussion of Seclusion I would change things up a bit. I decided to do away with the Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 stuff and just post a title that fit. Somewhat fitting for seclusion, I think that I may have secluded what the posts were about with […]

Happy Husband Habits: Seclusion Pt 3

April 15, 2012 by


Reasons We Don’t Take Time For Seclusion Guilt – We feel such an obligation to our families or work that we feel guilty not giving them priority over our time for seclusion. We fall for the trap that taking time for ourselves is selfish. What we really are doing is taking time to get our […]

Happy Husband Habits: Seclusion Pt 2

April 14, 2012 by


Reasons That Jesus Went Into Seclusion Last time, we looked at finding time to get recharged by finding a place for seclusion and how Jesus often got away to talk with God. Today we are going to look at some reasons that Jesus went into seclusion and how we might be able to find similar […]

Happy Husband Habits: Seclusion: Part 1

April 13, 2012 by


The Bible tells us as husbands that we are to love our wives like Christ loved the Church. It is pretty clear that if we can look at some of the habits that Jesus had we can gain a better understanding as to how we should prepare ourselves to be husbands. Over the next good […]