So, Parents, do you know what your plan will be to combat Plan B? How can you help your teen make wise choices and protect them? Here are some vigilant tips for you to incorporate into your daughter’s/son’s life.
Typically, people have a Plan B in place as a backup when Plan A doesn’t fails. In the case of the morning-after pill, there’s nothing wrong with Plan A. People have made the choice to step beyond the boundaries of God’s perfect plan, which includes “no hint of sexual immorality” (Ephesians 5:3).
Mark 16:4-8 (NIV): But when they looked up, they saw that the stone, which was very large, had been rolled away. As they entered the tomb, they saw a young man dressed in a white robe sitting on the right side, and they were alarmed.
Question: “My husband is jealous of an old boyfriend who has found me through my Facebook network. I have reconnected with a lot of high school friends and am now planning a high school reunion for the summer. He is adamant about closing down my Facebook page. I have done nothing wrong. I have never been able to attend a reunion with my classmates due to our relocation years ago. Is it wrong of me to persist with my plans?”
After Moses died, Joshua became the appointed leader of the Israelites to cross the Jordan and establish residency in the Promised Land.