MARRIAGE IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!by SIXTUS ONYEANUSI
Marriage is one of the greatest gift God has given me after my salvation. Marrying my wife is nothingless than a blessing. We both are blessed for life, and we are paying the price to make it work. She is a child of God. She is an angel.
I am doing my best to love her as Christ loves the Church!
When You Wonder If Your Spouse is Savedby Abby Kelly
Does your heart whimper with the hurt of not knowing beyond a shadow of a doubt that your husband, the man you've sworn to grow old with, to share this life with, will share eternal life with you, too?
Why Marriages Breakby Segun Olumide
12 things that can make or break your marriage. You can avoid divorce. Yes, you can turn a sour marriage to a sweet one through God's word. Read on!
Where "Okay" Is Enoughby Abby Kelly
I just got home last night but early enough to enjoy the lingering evening hours with Patrick. He is exhausted right now too trying to finish up Air Assault School and prepare for eminent deployment, though we still don't have a date.
Lessons on a Man, From the Insideby Abby Kelly
"I remember before I got married. It was so much different--doing whatever I wanted and I didn't really worry about the future or the consequences of my choices. When a wife and family depend on you, it's terrifying."
COLDby Dorcas Osesie
African dehumanization of the female. Evils of Maltreatment in Marriage
FUNNY QUESTIONS WITH 'NO' ANSWERSby Dr Surya Kumar Daimari
Two loving hearts meet together at Pink Park. John, the 'Hi Handsome' talks to 'curly haired Pretty with two muted eyes'. Pretty talks less but she is straightforward and does no compromise with the world in loving Jesus and her John no less. Listen to their conversation
Submission of Christian Wivesby Joy Chiasson
Submission is not slavery. It is of your obedience to Christ that you will bring yourself to submission under your own husband when you accept Jesus as your Savior. This is right in the sight of our Lord. What does submission mean for us women?
What I Thought God Wantedby Abby Kelly
I have prayed and prayed and prayed for my husband to love the Lord with all his heart and to lead our family spiritually. (I've also employed some unsuccessful tactics like pleading and bribing.) Now, 15 years later, I'm tired, I feel like a failure and I want to quit.
Married Life in Christby Teresa Wiltz
Mark 10:6-9~"But at the beginning of creation God 'made them male and female.'7 'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife,8 and the two will become one flesh.' So they are no longer two, but one flesh. 9Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate."
Me, My Husband and My In-lawsby ETURUVIE EREBOR
The relationship with one's in-laws is not one to be taken lightly as it can make or break the marriage union. When Rebecca complained about the daughters of Heth whom Esau had married, Esau took yet another wife. I believe this was done to please his parents.
The Fruit of Frettingby Abby Kelly
That's one thing I simultaneously admire and hate about my man. He can simply drop his arms, turn around and let the whole argument go. All the while, the heat of anger and bitterness simmers in my chest.
Keep the Monsters Awayby Richard L. Provencher
Regardless of any fears, from whatever source, we must confront them. Wind and circumstance can be overcome through faith and living the way God wants us to, in spite of the monsters nearby.
Good Intentions Don't Countby Abby Kelly
So what if we could harness this knowledge of our few and temporal mornings and evenings so that we might have this wisdom now for our marriages and other relationships?
I LOVE MY WIFE!by SIXTUS ONYEANUSI
A husband who can still boldly say, "I love my wife!" must have been spiritually mature enough to overlook her weaknesses and loved her anyway, even as Christ loved the Church.
"Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it;" (Ephesians 5:25).
Five Steps to Cure Chronic Conversationsby Abby Kelly
Every couple has chronic conversations. The ones you see coming a mile away. They build in your chest, but get stuck in your throat. How do you bring up that one issue, the one that comes up over and over?