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Before You Do “The Wedding”
A Three Strand Marriage
A three strand marriage represents a marriage where Christ is in the center. The concept is based on Ecclesiastes 4:12 that says, “A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” When a husband and wife place Christ in the center of their marriage a spiritual dynamic is released. This dynamic is far greater than two people attempting to build a marriage in their own strength.
The seven caring habits in marriage are supporting, encouraging, listening, accepting, trusting, respecting, and negotiating your differences.
The seven deadly habits in marriage are criticizing, blaming, complaining, nagging, threatening, punishing, and bribing.
To every husband and wife that have determined to raise Godly home, I say:
♥ Live together in hamony
♥ Overlook mistakes
♥ Value your partner
♥ Encourage each other It pays to LOVE and be LOVED, God's Word & prayer must bind the union as well.
When was the last time you or your spouse said or heard any of these statements?
I love you!
You are so clever!
I’m proud of you.
You are so special to me.
What can I do to help you?
I’m sorry. Please forgive me.
What do you want to do?
I missed you today.
What are your hopes and dreams?
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 defines real love.
Ask yourself these questions: Is it really love?
• Are you patient with each other?
• Are you kind to each other?
• Are you never envious of each other?
• Do you never boast to or about each other?
• Is your relationship characterized by humility?
• Are you never rude to each other?
• Are you not easily angered with each other?
• Do you keep no record of wrongs?
• Are you truthful with each other?
• Do you protect each other?
• Do you trust each other?
Do you Have Junk in the Trunk
Respect Your Spouse
Raising Godly Children
Check out the Raising Godly Children blog that will help Godly Parents in their pursuit to train their children up in God’s Word. There will be helpful videos, articles and other materials posted on the blog to assist you.
Marriage: A Study In The Scriptures
Marriage is to be a covenant.
Each covenant partner should be willing to lay down their life for the other; each willing to say to the other, “Where you go I will go, your people will be my people; your God will be my God.” (Ruth 1:16)
That also would mean that your friends are my friends, your enemies become my enemies. I’ll lock arms with you to accomplish your goals and dreams. I’ll comfort you when times are hard. I’ll be there for you whatever may come.
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Your Wedding Vows are Commitment Vows to your spouse or is it just reciting to each other in a public ceremony?
When Newlyweds take their vows promising to stay together " To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish 'till death do us part.," it's really all idealism and theory. Few brides and grooms come to the altar with an idea of the difficulties that face them in the years to come. And it's not going too far to say that currently in our culture, as many marriages break up over "worse", "poorer", and "sickness" than do from "death".
Duty of Fathers~
• If you fail to teach your son to fear God, the devil will teach him to hate God.
• If you fail to teach your son to guard his mind, the devil will gladly teach him to have an open mind.
• If you fail to teach your son to obey his parents, the devil will teach him to rebel and break his parent’s heart.
• If you fail to teach your son to select his companions, the devil will gladly choose them for him.
• If you fail to teach your son to control his body, the devil will teach him to give it over completely to lust.
• If you fail to teach your son to enjoy the marriage partner that God has given him, the devil will teach him to destroy the marriage.