by Jeff Schreve

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How to Rock and Role (3 of 6)
Series: Understanding the Sexes: God's Blueprint for Men and Women
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Genesis 2:15-25

If you have your Bible, please turn to Genesis chapter 2.

Little 4 year-old Susie came home from pre-school. She was so excited. She just couldn't wait to talk to her mom. And she said, "Mommy, mommy," she said, "today at school we learned about Snow White." And she said, "Mommy, it is the coolest story. Did you know that Snow White was poisoned by the evil witch and she fell into this deep sleep, and everybody thought she was dead? But then this prince came. He was Prince Charming. And he came on a white horse. And he came and he kissed her and he brought her back to life. And Mommy, it was so cool. And you know what happened next?" And her mother said, "And they lived happily ever after?" She goes, "No, Mommy. They got married!"

Wouldn't it be great if we really did, after the marriage, experience living happily ever after? But as you know, in our world today that's just not the case for so many people. Someone said there are three rings in marriage. First there's the engagement ring. And then there's the wedding ring. And then there's the suffering. There are three rings in marriage. Well, that's not very good. That's not what God intended when He created marriage.

Now we're in a series and we're calling this series, "Understanding the Sexes: God's Blueprint for Men and Women." And God does have a blueprint. And God does have a special and wonderful plan for the man and for the woman. And we've been looking at Adam and Eve and how God made them in His image. And God brought them together, and God made them different so He could make them one. And today, we want to look at this subject, "How to Rock and Role," R-O-L-E.

Did you know if you want to have a marriage that rocks you have to learn your role? God set up the blueprint of marriage, He set it up so that the man has a role and the woman has a role in marriage. ...

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