Welcome to DivineThirst.comGod himself has set eternity in our hearts. This divine thirst, can only be quenched by the Living Water, the Lord Jesus Christ, who is also the Living Word.
It is essential to drink deeply and daily from this fountain of life, regularly and as often as possible. Our prayer is that the name of Jesus Christ will be glorified in this site. May you be edified and encouraged to seek God more and more!
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Dee and Eden Quirino
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Category Archives: Courtship and Marriage
Marriage is a lifetime commitment. The Bible teaches us that love is enduring. It is a lifetime commitment. Love always hopes, perseveres, trusts. It does not give up… I do…take two! Now, just three things…first… TAKE ONE: I Do … Continue reading →
Marriage is a beautiful thing. It is one of the greatest gifts God ever gave to man. But, it is truly beautiful when it operates as God intended it to be. Marriages do not run on auto-pilot; they require … Continue reading →
Biblical Courtship Today, we’re going to learn and understand the Biblical perspective on courtship. Let me start with the three myths of courtship. But first let me define “courtship”. Although there are a lot of terms we use today … Continue reading →