Being a father is not easy. The role proved to be a struggle even for David, the king who was called “a man after God’s own heart.” This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung reflects on David’s example and shares three boundaries that fathers are to uphold to raise godly children.
In this week’s message on the boundaries in marriage, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung starts by redefining important terms that greatly impact the relationships of husbands and wives. He provides a biblical definition of a godly union, then outlines four healthy boundaries that a husband and a wife need to observe for a healthy marriage.
God values marriage — the union of one man and one woman who are meant to grow in God’s love for one another for the rest of their lives. In this week’s message, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung goes back to the Bible’s definition and design of marriage to explain the boundaries needed for a union that glorifies God. Sermon Notes 1. Redefine Marriage: ________________; _______________; _________________ 2. Foundation of Marriage a. Marriage is itself a ____________ b. Marriage is a union of two _____________ people’s love • The husband’s obligation: ______________ • The wife’s obligation: ___________________ 3. Marriage’s Action – Love’s Action a. Love is ______ b. Love does not seek to _________ c. Love seeks to ________ and not to […]
Seeking a life partner is a crucial matter. The longest chapter in the book of Genesis talks about how Abraham sought a wife for his son, Isaac. Through this passage, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung shares three important principles to guide us in choosing who to marry.