These are some very poignant truth about Marriage…

  1. There is nothing that threatens the security of a wife than the thought of another
    woman competing for the attention and affection of her husband. Nothing is more
    painful. Nothing is more disrespecting. Nothing is more insulting. Nothing is more
    belittling and degrading.
  2. Marriage flourishes when the couple works together as a team; when both husband and wife decide that winning together is more important than keeping
    score.
    Good marriages don’t just happen. They are a product of hard work.
  3. Your children are watching you and forming lasting opinions on love,
    commitment, and marriage based on what they see in you. Give them hope. Make
    them look forward to marriage. 4. Husbands: The reason why other women look attractive is because someone is
    taking good care of them. Grass is always green where it is watered. Instead of
    drooling over the green grass on the other side of the fence, work on yours and
    water it regularly. Any man can admire a beautiful woman, but it takes a true
    gentleman to make a woman admirable and beautiful.
  4. When a husband puts his wife first above everyone and everything except God, it gives his wife the sense of security and honor that every wife hungers for.
  5. A successful marriage doesn’t require a big house, a prefect spouse, a million
    dollars or an expensive car. You can have all the above and still have a miserable
    marriage. A successful marriage requires honesty, undying commitment and
    selfless love and Jesus at the center of it all.
  6. Pray for your spouse every day; in the morning, in the afternoon and at evening. Don’t wait until there is a problem. Don’t wait until there is an affair. Don’t wait until
    something bad happens. Don’t wait until your spouse is tempted. Shield your
    spouse with prayer and cover your marriage with the fence of prayer.
  7. The people you surround yourself with have a lot of influence on your marriage.
    Friends can build or break your marriage; choose them wisely.
  8. One spouse cannot build a marriage alone when the other spouse is committed to destroying it. Marriage works when both husband and wife work together as a
    team to build their marriage.
  9. Don’t take your spouse for granted. Don’t take advantage of your spouse’s
    meekness and goodness. Don’t mistake your spouse’s loyalty for desperation. Don’t
    misuse or abuse yours spouse’s trust. You may end up regretting after losing
    someone that meant so much to you. 11. Beware of marital advice from single people. Regardless of how sincere their
    advice may be, most of it is theoretical and not derived from real life experiences. If
    you really need Godly advice, seek it from God-fearing, impartial and prayerful
    mature couples whose resolve has been tested by time and shaped by trials.
  10. Dear wife, Don’t underestimate the power of the tongue on your marriage. The
    tongue has the power to crush your marriage or build it up. Don’t let the Devil use your tongue to kill your spouse’s image, self-confidence and aspirations. Let God
    use your tongue to build up your marriage and bless and praise your spouse.

Rectify the one pulling down your marriage goals.

RRIAGE!!

These are some very poignant truth about Marriage…

  1. There is nothing that threatens the security of a wife than the thought of another
    woman competing for the attention and affection of her husband. Nothing is more
    painful. Nothing is more disrespecting. Nothing is more insulting. Nothing is more
    belittling and degrading.
  2. Marriage flourishes when the couple works together as a team; when both husband and wife decide that winning together is more important than keeping
    score.
    Good marriages don’t just happen. They are a product of hard work.
  3. Your children are watching you and forming lasting opinions on love,
  4. commitment, and marriage based on what they see in you. Give them hope. Make
    them look forward to marriage. 4. Husbands: The reason why other women look attractive is because someone is
    taking good care of them. Grass is always green where it is watered. Instead of
    drooling over the green grass on the other side of the fence, work on yours and
    water it regularly. Any man can admire a beautiful woman, but it takes a true
    gentleman to make a woman admirable and beautiful.
  5. When a husband puts his wife first above everyone and everything except God, it gives his wife the sense of security and honor that every wife hungers for.
  6. A successful marriage doesn’t require a big house, a prefect spouse, a million
    dollars or an expensive car. You can have all the above and still have a miserable
    marriage. A successful marriage requires honesty, undying commitment and
    selfless love and Jesus at the center of it all.
  1. Pray for your spouse every day; in the morning, in the afternoon and at evening. Don’t wait until there is a problem. Don’t wait until there is an affair. Don’t wait until
    something bad happens. Don’t wait until your spouse is tempted. Shield your
    spouse with prayer and cover your marriage with the fence of prayer.
  2. The people you surround yourself with have a lot of influence on your marriage.
    Friends can build or break your marriage; choose them wisely.
  3. One spouse cannot build a marriage alone when the other spouse is committed to destroying it. Marriage works when both husband and wife work together as a
    team to build their marriage.
  1. Don’t take your spouse for granted. Don’t take advantage of your spouse’s
    meekness and goodness. Don’t mistake your spouse’s loyalty for desperation. Don’t
    misuse or abuse yours spouse’s trust. You may end up regretting after losing
    someone that meant so much to you. 11. Beware of marital advice from single people. Regardless of how sincere their
    advice may be, most of it is theoretical and not derived from real life experiences. If
    you really need Godly advice, seek it from God-fearing, impartial and prayerful
    mature couples whose resolve has been tested by time and shaped by trials.
  2. Dear wife, Don’t underestimate the power of the tongue on your marriage. The
    tongue has the power to crush your marriage or build it up. Don’t let the Devil use your tongue to kill your spouse’s image, self-confidence and aspirations. Let God
    use your tongue to build up your marriage and bless and praise your spouse.

Rectify the one pulling down your marriage goals.