How to Choose a Life Partner

Which Way Lord? – Chapter 5 – Dr Chandrakumar
Chapter 5 – How To Choose Your Life Partner

If you are a believer in Christ, your life partner should also be a believer (2 Cor. 6:14,15; 1 Cor. 7:39). Nothing should be more important to you or to the person you marry than your spiritual well being. You should only settle for a believer who is spiritually sensitive to the Lord and desires to live for Christ (Eph. 4:17-5:20; Phil. 3:7-16; 1 Jn. 2:15-17).

Walking in Love

This category will develop to build up a resource of things that are relevant to developing ourselves in God. We acknowledge the key role of the Holy Spirit in all this. Our prayer is that these resources will be used by Him to conform us to the image of Jesus Christ, the beloved Son of God.

  1. A Definite Chief Aim · This article explains the value of a Definite Chief Aim in life for the Christian, how to get one, and why it will work for you.

A Definite Chief Aim in God

"One thing I do … I press toward
the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus."


Philippians 3:13, 14 (KJV)

There is great power in knowing what
you are aiming for. The apostle Paul, who penned the above words, was
not a man who lived without purpose. There was a mark, or a goal,
around which his thoughts and his actions focused.

One of the characteristics of the world
we live in today is distraction.

Are you Hurting Inside?

Advice for those hurt by ambitious and proud church leaders – by Randy Tan

Steps in Being a Disciple of Jesus

This page is designed for Christians. It needs to be recognised that
we all need to grow in every one of the basic areas of Christian life.
The most important thing to the Lord is our heart attitude. Because the
Lord works on each of us individually, we need to follow His leading on
all things. Hopefully this page can be a tool in His hands though for some.

If you lack power in your Christian life, it could be due to a lack
of knowledge, or to a lack of obedience.

Fixing a Bad Relationship

If you had a bad relationship with somebody it is best to follow these steps:

Usually there are faults on both sides in any relationship problem. One of the keys to being blessed by God in this area is humility. You may consider that the other person is 90% to blame, while your blame is only 10%. Nevertheless, you are not responsible for that person’s attitudes and actions, only your own. There is the possibility you have misunderstood what they said and did. The more you humble yourself in this process the more you can expect God’s blessing.

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