Friday, February 24, 2012

The Godly Home, Marriage and Family

Wife and Baby Saying Farewell to Serviceman Husband and Father at Pennsylvania Station During WWII

This morning I listened to a sermon by the late L. R. Shelton, Sr. It is about the sacredness of an old fashioned, life-long marriage. It is encouraging, convicting and sobering. The sermon was preached in the 1960's and the message is valid for all time, because it is based on sound Biblical teaching.

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Mrs. White

* A Very Precious book, written in the 1940's is by Clifford Lewis, God's Ideal Woman.

When the Nest Begins to Empty - a picture of a life-long marriage - Are you Still Tricking your Wife?

Encouragement to keep you cheerful - Mother's Domain.

May we be sweet and beloved - Aging Gracefully.

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Deanna said...

Precious Mrs. White. I have listened to this sermon before and embraced what the Pastor says. Listened to this sermon again. I think I may have to do a post about this. He blesses us with the truth. There is hope in Jesus and marriages can be saved and enriched when Christ centered.
Sweet Blessings to you,

Anonymous said...

What is the name of the sermon you listened to? I would like to listen to it too! Thank you :)

Cathy said...

I listened while I did my dishes this morning . It is very confirming and inspiring about courtship and marriage. Thank you.

Unknown said...

I have heard him before...sure wish we had a *few* more preachers like him nowadays :)

Hope all is well with you and your family!

Mrs. Sarah Coller

Kat said...

This is precisely why I love reading your blog! Every night, before my quiet time and after the kitchen is cleaned I come to your blog. And every day I find a treasure, today it was this sermon. I always find myself yearning for my personal quiet time of prayer and Bible reading after visiting your blog. I can think of no higher compliment. Thank you, Mrs. White.