The dating process is a great deception. It’s a myth kept alive by countless romantic novels and sentimental movies that promise thrilling love scenes, tender music, and romantic fulfillment. Our children need to know the truth in order to be prepared (and not deceived).
Romance isn’t just about candlelit dinners and roses. Romance is rekindled in little things we do every day to put a little love in the bank. It’s the kind gestures and the selfless acts that will build intimacy and bring the romance back.
Walking with your spouse is great practice for the lifelong process of becoming one. Can two people walk together without agreeing on the direction? Amos 3:3 You are a team now. You’ll spend your life solving problems, getting in agreement (in prayer) and growing together.
When you honor and reverence the Lord and delight in doing His Word, God says you will be full of joy. God doesn’t want you moping around. He wants you to be full of joy in every part of your life; that includes your marriage.
The number one weapon the devil will use against you is a lie. He’ll try to tear you down and make you feel insecure and unworthy, which will then carry over into your relationships with others. He’ll say, “This relationship will never work. You’re too stupid. You’re too slow. You’re too fat. You’re too skinny. […]
Earlier this month, we asked couples to compliment each other. It’s interesting what people said they loved most about their significant other when given the chance to share. This time around, we’re talking about the top 5 traits wives complimented most about their husband – and you just might be surprised at the results.
[SHARE THIS WITH A FRIEND.] One of the greatest problems in marriage is a lack of vision. Couples have a vision for a wedding, but not for a life. To stay successfully married, you both have to know why you’re here.
[SHARE THIS WITH A FRIEND.] “The wife God gives you is your reward…” (Ecclesiastes 9:10 NLT). Your spouse is God’s gift to you. They help you grow like no other opportunity. That’s why you and your spouse need each other.