Pride and stubbornness prevent us from apologizing when we’re wrong. The internal argument usually goes like this, “Well, she was more wrong than I was. I’ll apologize when she does.” But this is the wrong attitude. God holds us accountable for our sinful behavior regardless of someone else’s.
Learn how when we rightly view our husbands as sons of God we can shift our heart posture to one of love, honor, and respect as we serve them and minister to them.
Such love. That was what brought me to tears. Such peace at having my Heavenly Father direct my steps. That’s what had caused my emotional outpouring.
Fee and Wayne take on the taboo topic of cohabitation, better known as “shackin’ up”.
The marriage contract is more than a legal document, it is a vow made to God Himself. If one of the partners breaks this vow, that person has lied to God.
If we brought into that the topic of unfaithfulness, there are many ways that partners might disqualify themselves from their marriages.
Episode #25 – Tune in to catch one of the latest episodes from the Moving On Podcast!
Episode #26 – This week, Jay and Jess return from Hawaii on an exhausting red-eye flight that sets the tone for a brutal, exhausting week of sickness and addiction deprivation.
Episode #28 – Take a listen as Cody shares his story bankruptcy, loss, devastation, and an unfortunate mule that decided to add insult to injury.
Episode #7 – In this episode, Jay and Jessie take a journey back for a bit to discuss their experiences in the darkest times of their lives.
I discovered that selfishness is the saboteur of marriage. When we focus on who we think is giving more (which is usually ourselves), we become blinded by lies.
I promise if you choose one or all of these ideas, your wife will love it! So let’s get ready to celebrate the season of love!
If Christians knew the effects of their prayers and decisions, I’d wager they would live more intentionally in many areas of their lives.
We’ve become more loving, considerate, and selfless in our service to one another, but it’s not like we took a magic potion to suddenly become the perfect spouse.
As far as a legacy goes, I don’t want to pass on jewelry to my children, at least not in the context of legacy.
I am no better or stronger than anyone else. You cannot be involved in the ministry of reconciliation from a position of superiority. It is impossible.
If we desire a happier marriage, we have to enlist a bit of Christ-like behavior. We have to try and love more as Jesus does.
I have felt like there is not enough of me to go around. I feel stressed to the max with no room to wiggle. I am starting to feel like I can’t breathe.
When my husband and I met with our pastor for one of our pre-marital counseling sessions, the pastor turned to me and asked, “Have you cried?”
God expressed His anger concerning sin, but instead of punishing us directly for it, He redirected His anger toward a greater good.
It’s the hidden days where love is a choice that’s fought for – that’s where the greatest beauty emerges and the deepest love is forged.
It’s cool to me that the God who needs no rest offers us rest, especially in the times that we need it most. It doesn’t take much to make a difference.
We were hooked on the empty promises and the heavenly picture in front of us. Our heads were in a tailspin. We felt like we were staring into the eyes of paradise. “Just sign right here,” he said.
The big house would fall down, the money would be spent, the clothes would be outgrown, and the babbles would easily be broken. Why measure success in things that tarnish?