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Pastor’s Corner

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Well it’s Friday and believe it or not, almost the end of the month.


Well the first cell phone was built by Motorola. All of you made good guesses.


Hey, Do you know what dentists do on a rollercoaster? Well of course, They brace themselves. Haha


Our meditation for today is found in Prov. 21:19 “It’s better to live alone in the dessert than with a quarrelsome, complaining wife.”


Certainly as a king, a father, and a husband of 1,000 wives & concubines Solomon has some insights in this area.


There are two other such proverbs regarding this topic in 21:9 and further ahead in 25:24 both talking about this concern.


All of these circumstances the attic and dessert are surroundings of challenge & struggle. We should, however, strive to bring refreshment and blessing to others, especially our mate.


This passage is focused on the role of the wife, but also indirectly on the husbands role. For as the saying goes “it takes two to tango” or fight.


Solomon was establishing for his sons the importance of peaceful loving relationships. Not just in being married but also having an equally beneficial relationship in all of our roles in life.


Each of our roles in marriage should be to bring peace & benefit to the other person. Our prayer & desire should be “Lord, help me to enrich the life of my mate.”


When each & every relationship that we find ourself in is focused on bettering every other person on our journey then we will bring refreshment & restfulness to all. Then the result in turn is to ourselves.


So Go With God and He will give you wisdom in just how to bring peace & refreshment to others in your life. Yes, even those who tend to bring out the worst in you.








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Lindsay Winterton
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beck5454
Aug 26, 2022

I had to laugh about the comment about Solomon, he sure must have been an expert but not too wise in that area. Two women in the same kitchen is tough enough if you have ever had that living situation. I was told years ago that marriage is not 50/50% but 100/100%.

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