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In this teaching video on how to cultivate biblical
relationships with the opposite sex, Paul Washer
speaks to young men about their maturity before
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Great Sermon! Paul, you are a true inspiration and I just want you to know that there are people who support you around the world. Thank you for highlighting God's standard for maturity & courtship.
Lucas Maria (6/26/2012)
Great Sermon! Pastor Paul,
Thank you for laying the foundations of courtship in the glory of God. I have come to know your sermons through the girl i love and you have given me a sense of fear of the Lord and respect for authority in my preparations to marriage that has already produced great joy in me, and for that i thank you very much!
Please do some more sessions! I'm looking forward to them!
Great Sermon! Crucial information for young women to hear! Have your daughters listen to this sermon.
nhat (female) (11/14/2011)
from czech republic
Great Sermon! After listening this I feel like we still have a long way to go to become christian woman and man. I also feel great respect for true man, because they have to carry such a great burden.
You do not even know how many young ladies wish that man would be the man they supposef to be - spirital leaders. I observed that many times that it is the woman in a relationship that has literarly tell the man to go to church or home bible studies.
It is killing us. Because we need you to lead us not vice verse. No beautifull dress, ring, vacation or dinner can replace our desire of having at home a spiritual leader.
Atleast that is what I feel and I am pretty sure that other women too.
Subtitulados plis por favor Paul, seria de mucha bendici√≥n que fueran v√≠deos subtitulados las platicas/ense√Īanzas que das. Me han sido de mucha bendici√≥n y siendo honestos no hay mucho de donde "realmente alimentarce"...claro esta la Palabra, pero es bueno bendecirnos mutuamente en ella.