March 9th, 2013 – Sermon on “Marriage : Two Becoming One with God-Designed Differences” by Dennis O’Banion

Dennis O’Banion’s sermon on  “Marriage : Two Becoming One with God-Designed Differences” was a gentle reminder that  difficulties are possible to overcome with the help of the Lord.  In making his points, Dennis examined what constituted a strong marriage and its effect on the society, he used his testimony to encourage others to persevere and used  the scripture to show how our marriages are like Christ and the church.

Dennis used the following scriptures: Phil. 4:13, Gen. 2:18-25, Eph. 5:32, Mark 12:25, Eph. 5:22-25, Titus 2:3-4

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 3-10-2013 sermon MP4

Dennis is a member of the Conroe COG7 and is serving as the church administrator. He preaches upon request.

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One Response to “March 9th, 2013 – Sermon on “Marriage : Two Becoming One with God-Designed Differences” by Dennis O’Banion”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    Thanks for your sermon last Sabbath, Dennis. I know it was an emotional time for you. . . with your new Granddaughter’s arrival and all the medical procedures you have endured with more to undergo. I really think that your sermon was very good for our young people to hear because they tend to think everyone else has a magical ability to get along on every event they encounter. It is good to be honest about the “give and take” that is part of the relationship. If we were all robots, it might be easier, but that is not the fulfilling relationship that God intends for us, and that we yearn to have. Thanks for being honest about your struggles. It was refreshing and should encourage others. God bless you and yours, Dennis. We are glad you are a part of our family and appreciate all you do for us, as well as all the work you do for the church!

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