Sometimes we forget that Jesus’ command to “love one another” includes our spouse. But remember, God sees how you love your husband or wife.
“Do not lie to one another” means we must also avoid lies of omission. Have you been leaving out facts or hiding anything from your spouse lately?
Satan wants to keep you isolated from other Christians so you don’t encourage one another. But fellowship can strengthen your marriage.
You just had to vent a little. At least that’s what you told yourself. How bad could a bit of grumbling really be?
In marriage, we have ample opportunities to “wash one another’s feet” without actually touching the tootsies.
When I was single, I was deeply aware of my need for God. He was the only other Person in my apartment to talk to on quiet evenings. He was the one who gave me peace when I was scared and loved me no matter what. And while those things were still true after I …
This week is National Marriage Week, with Valentine’s Day in the midst of it. It’s a great time to pause, take a breath, and do two things – celebrate marriage itself and Bless your wife.
Intimacy is a lifelong invitation to let your spouse get to know the “real you” — your hopes, dreams, fears and secrets.
Growing together as a couple is like growing a garden. Your spouse and your relationship need daily encouragement.
There is no secret formula to a lifelong love. It takes commitment. It takes work. And it takes time. Time spent together.