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An Interview with a Man who Had an Affair & Why He Decided to Save His Marriage. Call in at 646-378-0424 (to listen or ask a question) or email in your questions to email@example.com.
You won't want to miss tonight's episode. Whether you have had an affair, or your spouse is the one who has had the affair, now you have the opportunity to listen to a man who recently was involved in an affair and why he decided to save his marriage.
In this episode, we will cover the different circumstances to consider when trying to save a marraige with a straying spouse while also trying to put up acceptable boundaries. What are good boundaries? What boundaries are unnecessary? Which ones may do more harm than good? Tune in to find out.
Saying "I do" is just the beginning of what is usually hard work and numerous challenges. Marriage can impact every aspect of an individual's life especially their health. This podcast will look at why there's no need to feel guilty if two people decide to go their separate ways. We'll also examine the the purpose of the many feelings that are stirred up in a close relationship that can result in poor health if both parties are not focused on resolving conflicts and creating a joyful experience.
Do you have questions about the roles of man and woman in marriage? What does the word of God say about your behavior in marriage? Join Jonathan Hill of Eliashib Power Ministries with special guest Apostle, Prophet and Pastor Sherrell Sanders of Greater Revelations World Outreach Ministries from Tennessee as she outlines biblical truths regarding marriage and the roles of each partner! This word will have a profound positive effect on your relationship! Come ready to receive! Apostle Sanders is a dynamic and powerful woman of God who is anoited for such a time as this. We are so blessed to have her with us!
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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Victor Records: Ramona
Gene Austin – Ramona
Girl of My Dreams
Joseph C. Smith Ramona
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Victor Talking Machine Co. 21334 Recorded 4/2/1928 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.).
Released: Jun 1928
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Composed By Mabel Wayne Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
B: Girl of My Dreams
Written By Sunny Clapp
Pressed By Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland
Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret
Organ Nathaniel Shilkret (tracks: B), Viola Klaiss (tracks: A)
Tenor Vocals – Gene Austin
Whistling Robert MacGimsey (tracks: B)
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Friday's Supreme Court's passage of gay marraige as the law of the land should be the culmination of the Gay Movemen'ts political aspirations. But the amount of hate speech, virtiol and verbal victory laps being taken by the Left since Friday fortell the intention of greater changes yet to come.
What is the real agenda of the Left? For activists and Progressives, was it about gay marriage or driving yet another stake into the heart of Judeo-Christian values and capitalism.
What is the focus that you and I need to take in order to protect values and principles that we hold dear? Join the discussion and contribute your thoughts
Alhamdulillah! Today is our (Yolanda and Faheem's) 43rd wedding anniversary. So it was easy to decide what the Khutbah should be about. Allah knows best. I know that there are so many profoundly worthy Muslim women and men in our communities who are unmarried due to multi-varied cirmcumstances. I sincerely and personally, pray to Allah for them that Allah blesses them with someone loving and worthy of their companionship and partnership in this journey of life.
When and where do you draw the line when your marriage is in trouble? How do you know what to do next? Should the boundaries be different for a spouse who has already left and one who still lives at home?