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Moral Houserules OK
  
Nikki: I apologize I miss understood that piece of information. I pray that you have found peace and strength through Jesus in order to stay strong as your niece shares her "not so happy" feelings with othe family members. I pray the rest of your family can identify with the position your niece put you in and also agree that your niece left you with no other choice but to follow through with what you warned her would happen if she disrespected your house rules.


Moral Houserules OK
  
Nikki: I think giving her 30 days to move out was a very kind gesture on your part. Personally, after the 2nd time you caught the boyfriend in your house (giving her a free pass the first time is understandable) you should have made her move out immediately! By allowing her to stay, you will only enable her to try and get away with sneaking him in again.


Moral Houserules OK
  
I firmly believe that you cause a greater disservice to loved ones by enabling them to "keep getting away with bad behavior" because you will feel bad enforcing your rules. She made the choice to disrepect your rules, not you, so you should not feel bad at all! Be prepared for the guilt trip she will probably lay on you! But, stand your ground and enforce your rules. She will either sink or swim and remember she chose to put herself in the position of having to pick one or the other. My experience is once they sink, they learn to swim real fast.


Hobby Lobby Government Fines
  
I don't know how we can continue this and call ourselves Christians. Someday we will be faced with the horror of what we are allowing to happen I think of all the immaciated bodies piled like cordwood in the Nazi camps. Lord, come quickley and stop this madness!


Treatment For Narcissists
  
I was married to a narcissist for 17 years. We ended up going to court-ordered therapy in which the counselors basically gave up. I am a minister and have prayed endless prayers for my ex because I loved him and wanted our marriage to work. Nothing helped because God really is the narcissist's only hope, but God resists the proud and gives grace to the humble. I pray that God does whatever it takes to get my ex to humble himself so that he realizes he is in need of God's healing. we need to pray for but release the narcissists in our lives to God so thate He can deal with them according to His will.

Sherri


I Had A Demonic Dream And You
  
When I was much younger, I used to have dreams that were very demonic. I would dream an ugly, foul-mouthed demon was doing terrible things to me and threatening to strangle me. When I cried to God the being would tell me God cannot help me and I would find myself asking "whatever power could help me" to come to my aid. Then it would stop.

When I got born again it happened and when I asked God to help the same thing happened as before but I insisted I would be happy to die in Christ but I was not going to ask any strange god to help me.

I am glad to report that it has never happened again since then. That was 20 years ago.


Are Mormons Going To Heaven
  
Having spent 30 years in the Mormon faith (most of 20 years active and 10 years to leave), in my opinion, Mormons are not going to heaven. My reason? Mormonism is a relationship with a religion. As a born again Christian, I have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Something I never had as a Mormon. We are not saved by our works, as LDS believe. Eternal life can not be earned.
Sherri


I Hate My Husband
  
Try to express your feelings and get him to a mediator. If he refuses help: Leave him and visit a lawyer. If he doesn't come around, then well hon, it's time to face the music and leave him for good. Thats where the lawyer comes in. If is very frustrating and support groups are essential throughout to keep you strong..but you and your kids deserve happiness and enjoyment. Yep. God still hates divorce according to the bible. But he also hates a man that abuses his family. Think about it.


No Obeying In Marriage Vows
  
Continue: In the Bible it states, What ever you do , do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men.Submitting to ones husband (or obeying) , is sweet. Meaning to honor him, respect him,kind words are more soothing, and not talking your man down.God did not mean for a husband to be bossy, but head over the home.This never came easy for me in the beginning, but knowing it is God's will made me try harder, and now I enjoy looking to my husband. God always knows whats best. :o)


No Obeying In Marriage Vows
  
Ephesians 5:22 says," Wives, submit to your own husbands. Submission ( hupotasso) is actually a military term meaning to rank ones self under some one else, in the heart of this meaning is subjection to & obedience to this person, to look to them for their opinion or authority.The head of every man is Christ, the head of woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.Submission really has more to do with God than your husband, because this was God's plans & His ways. Sherri



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