Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. This Friday, being Valentine’s Day in the US, we’re highlighting posts on marriage.
The Invitation to Love
Paul Tripp reminds us that:
“You have been welcomed into eternity by the God of Love, and he welcomes you – right here, right now— to love others in the same way.”
Read more at The Invitation to Love.
4 Words of Counsel for Confused Couples
Marriage is not easy. It includes working through disagreements together. We need to know how to love one another in the hard times, so, Brad Hambrick talks candidly to us about What Are We Fighting About?: Guidance for Confused Couples.
9 Lies in the Not-Yet-Married-Life
At Desiring God, Marshall Segal is right and sensitive to remind married couples that Valentine’s Day can be a difficult holiday for people who are not-yet-married. He helpfully counsels single people concerning 9 Lies in the Not-Yet-Married-Life.
Love, Love, Love
Karen Gaul helps us to ponder a biblical, gospel-centered definition of marital love and of the sanctifying purpose of marriage in Love, Love, Love.
4 BCC Posts on Marriage
We rarely highlight one of our own posts in our BCC Friday 5. Today we’ll make an exception by linking you back to all four posts in this week’s Valentine/Marriage series.
- 7 Truths for a Christ-Centered Marriage by John Henderson.
- How Do I Enjoy My Spouse? by Andrew Rogers
- Your Spouse Is Not Jesus by Keri Seavey
- Could a Definition Help Us to Love Better? by Ken Long
Join the Conversation
Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?