Harmony In The Home - Part 1 (1 of 2) by Adrian Rogers
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Find in your Bibles Genesis chapter one. That ought not to be hard, verse twenty-seven. We're in a series of messages entitled, "The Music of Marriage." And uh, last week, we talked about dad, the leader of the band. Today, we're talking about harmony in the home. All of it under the aegis the Music of Marriage. Now in order to prepare these messages, I've been thinking a lot about music. I've just decided it was time for me to sing a solo in church. And so I went to Brother Jim Whitmire, and I said, Brother Jim Whitmire, may I sing in church? He said, yes you may pastor, you're the pastor, so if you say so you may. And I said, well, brother Jim, what would you like for me to sing? He said, Why don't you sing "On a Hill Far Away." (Laughter) Well, in all seriousness, I don't know a whole lot about uh music, I know something about music. And I know that music is made up of three parts. There is melody, there is harmony and there is rhythm. Now, melody, you sing the same song. And husband and wife need to do that. But harmony, you sing different parts and that's what we're going to be talking about today. A husband and wife may sing the same song, but they don't sing the same parts. And but in rhythm, they sing it together. So it's so important that we sing the same song, we sing it in harmony, and we sing it together. Now look, if you will, here in Genesis chapter one and verse twenty-seven. "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." Male and female. God thought up the idea of boys and girls. We didn't think it up. The unisex idea was not created by God it was born in hell.
God made man and women, male and female. God did that by divine design, as we're going to see in a moment. And you're going to see in this verse, that both the man and the woman are bath in the image of God. A woman is absolutely as valuable and as important as ...
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