God tells husbands to love their wife as Christ loves the church. Yet, how does Christ love the church? This sermon will explore the ways Christ loves the church and apply those to the husband's love for his wife.
Thank you I listened to this sermon twice before getting married. All I can say is thank you so much. You don't know how many times I've apologised as a result of hearing your words in the back of my head: 'Do not be harsh with her! You cannot give me one good reason to ever be harsh with your wife!'
Guy Cooke (12/1/2013)
from Shreveport, LA
Great Sermon! Biblical, practical and convicting! Thanks, I needed that!
Jerry F (10/2/2013)
What a sobering message. I really needed to hear this. I now know how to direct my prayers. God Bless.
Regina V (5/20/2010)
Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. I married a Christian man, a BJ graduate, who behaved just like you described. I left everything familiar and moved across America to marry him. He treated me harshly and neglected me from the first day of the marriage. I got called names from him that I never heard of in the middle of the night. He smashed my valuables and frequently terrified me. I lasted six months and fled home all the way from Indiana to the Westcoast with nothing. It is very difficult for a wife to keep going when her husband is enraged, ignores her and refuses to sleep with her. My husband never talked me, six months of dreadful silence. He ran out of bed at 4am in the morning and came back at 2 am. One year later he coldly served me with divorce papers. When I cried, was distressed and terrified, he said that he never saw a woman react this crazy before. What was I supposed to do? I left everything I had in Canada to marry this "Christian" man. He actually directed me to this website and was proud to have gotten his education at BJ. Your sermon is honest and shows what a true Christian is.
Ricardo Concepcion (11/21/2008)
from The Bronx
Beautiful Sermon! This was a very powerful message. We have been going through a lot lately and today, our anniversary, I came across this sermon. It is a rhema word that came at the perfect timing. May God continue to use you in a mighty way! Amen
Great Sermon! This sermon was a true delight and helped us find some insights even some truth about childbirth Gods way,. . .
Theresa B (1/22/2006)
from Western Canada
Great Sermon! Could someone please tell me how or if the option of the sermon can be in text form. I'm a wedding coordinator and would love to add this sermon in to my files for couples.
Please email me @ [email protected]
thanks in advance
Ron h. (9/12/2005)
Great Sermon! Pastor AT. I believe the message on sept 4th was certainly on target. I also believe that God is giving the sinners another chance to repent of their sins and turn from their wicked ways. It should be a wake up call for those that were going to be in N.O. for the wild evil partys that were going to take place.
Thanks for your willingness to speak the whole truth even though it hurts.
from Highlands, Scotlnad
Thank You! Thank you for this message as I listened to it on the day of my marriage and it lifted my spirit up as I was getting a little nervous. God Bless you Pastor Stewart.
Brother Will, Tain Independent Baptist Church
Hanna Byholm (3/18/2005)
Great Sermon! Entertaining - well spent listening time.
from Fort Worth, Texas
Wonderful Message! I have just listened to one of the best and most practical messages on marriage enrichment ever! The longer you have been married the better this message gets and the more it makes sense. Thank you Pastor A.T.!
Very practical and helpful. He bases his message on the high calling of men to love their wives as Christ loves the church. I appreciated the simplicity and clarity. As the covenant head of our marriage, I am responsible for the health and nurturing of my wife. Back to basics, men! He who loves his wife loves himself. (Eph. 5:28)
Dr. A.T. Stewart has been in the ministry for over 40 years. He graduated from Belhaven University in Jackson, MS in 1973 with a B.A. in Bible. He continued his education at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY where he earned his Master of Divinity degree in 1975...