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Does God Want Me to Submit to Mistreatment According to 1 Peter 3?

By Leslie Vernick & Co. | March 5, 2014 |

Morning Friends, Today, Wednesday, March 5 is the day of the live webinar at RBC on The Emotionally Destructive Marriage.  If you haven’t already signed up, it’s not too late. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4458076903969650690 Last week I received a response to an earlier blog post titled, “Lesson’s from Sarah’s Story”. The writer asked a question regarding that well-known passage in 1 Peter 3…

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Stay Well, Leave Well

By Leslie Vernick | December 16, 2013 |

Morning Friends, It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of 2013 and Christmas will be here in a few short days. I hope you’re not getting all crazy busy and not giving yourself some moments to pause, reflect and enjoy the music and beauty of the season. Today’s Question: In the 24 hours since discovering this site, I’ve read…

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He Said He’s A New Man. Now What?

By Leslie Vernick | November 11, 2013 |

  Good Monday friends, If you are a Veteran, I want to thank you for serving our country and sacrificing yourself for my freedom. I’d love to thank you by gifting you with a CD, The TRUTH Principle. Just e-mail my assistant Donna at assistant@leslievernick.com with your name and address, and I will personally sign it for you and mail…

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Does God Want Me To Suffer?

By Leslie Vernick | April 1, 2013 |

  Morning Friends, This week’s topic is one that underlies most Biblical counsel women in destructive marriages receive. It is something that we must understand if we are going to wisely deal with a destructive spouse. It is the issue of suffering Suffering is universal, and we will all experience it at some point in our lives. Although most of…

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The Church’s Response to Abuse

By Leslie Vernick & Co. | March 12, 2013 |

This is a re-post of an article originally written in 2 parts for my newsletters in March of 2013. I was amazed to see that no one intervened to help the oppressed. So I myself stepped in to save them with my strong arm. Isaiah 63:5 The Scriptures never invalidate or minimize the effects someone’s harsh actions and cruel words…

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