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1. Don't marry because of sex. 2. Don't marry because you are getting old. 3. Don't marry because you are of age. 4. Don't marry because you’re lonely. 5. Don't marry because you need someone to support you financially. 6. Don't marry because you mistakenly got pregnant for him. 7. Don't marry because you don't want to lose that person. 8. Don't marry because of family...
Erection is a state of arousal of sexual desires in a man in preparation for sexual exploit. Having an erection is natural but obeying the dictates of your erection is a choice. For every erection, there's a responsibility. Wise men have control over their erection but foolish men obey their erections. Any erection not properly controlled is capable of leading one to...
LOWER YOUR VOICE: Do not always shout at your wife. You can correct her but not by shouting at her. DO IT IN LOVE: Correction should be done in love. If you do it the other way round, it turns to criticism and condemnation. DON’T CRITICIZE HER: Stop criticizing her but rather correct her in love. Most people will say its...
Respectful spouses care about each other, even during a disagreement. The couples don’t get gridlocked in their separate positions. Instead, they keep talking with each other about conflicts. They listen respectfully to their spouses’ perspectives and they find compromises that work for both sides. “Love . . . does not look for its own interests.”—1 Corinthians 13:4, 5. To respect each...
  To forgive means that you let go of an offense and any feelings of resentment it may have caused. Forgiveness does not require that you minimize the wrong or pretend it never occurred but understand that forgiveness can put off the flames of conflict. When you love someone, you look past that person’s imperfections and instead see the person that he...
  Teamwork means that you are pilot and copilot with the same Flight plan When there is teamwork in a marriage, a husband and wife are like a pilot and copilot with the same flight plan. Even when challenges arise, each spouse thinks in terms of “we” rather than “me.” “They are no longer two, but one flesh.”—Matthew 19:6. Couples must understand that...
Most times more emphasis is laid on what goes wrong in families that fail but little attention is placed on what goes right in those that succeed. The rate of divorce is higher these days than before. Parents are confused about their children. Children are turning to their peers. Why is it so? What can be done? This series will be...
During a discussion with my married friends on the rate of issues in marriages, including Christian Marriages, a lot was running through my head, so I went on to ask them a few questions and we came up with answers. You know the famous line in a Christian wedding is “To death do us part”. Unfortunately, that is not a...

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