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Stop Wishing for a Great Marriage The Influence of Your Marriage Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Making God First Part 3: Worship and Honor Part 4: A Sabbath Day Part 5: Honoring Your Parents Part 6: Don’t Kill Each Other Part 7: On Adultery and Stealing Part 8: Being Honest Part 9: Being Content Part 10: Love and Devotion The Super Bowl, the Bible, and WINNING AT MARRIAGE On Learning PATIENCE Five Key Truths About PATIENCE God’s Greatest Gift for Your Marriage God Knows What We Need for Christmas The Perfect Gift that Keeps on Giving A Marriage Blessed by Thankful Hearts The Essential Element of a Godly Marriage What We Need to Serve God Together in Marriage Your Marriage Goal: What Is It? The Power of Prayer in Your Marriage How to Survive the Storms in Marriage Part 1: Can This Book Really Teach Us About Marriage?

Part 2: Lessons from the Letter to the Ephesus Church Part 3: Lessons from the Letter to the Smyrna Church Part 4: Lessons from the Letter to the Pergamum Church Part 5: Lessons from the Letter to the Thyatira Church Part 6: Lessons from the Letter to the Sardis Church Part 7: Lessons from the Letter to the Philadelphia Church Part 8: Lessons from the Letter to the Laodicea Church After It’s All Said and Done…What Really Matters in Marriage How Your Marriage Can Help This Hurting World Part 1: The Secret to a Great Marriage Part 2: The Strength of Being One Wondering About the Future Part 1: Know the Enemy’s Ways Part 2: Know God’s Truth Part 3: Reject the Lies…Follow the Truth Part 4: Love with God’s Love Introduction Part 1 – Five Years Ago…Five Years Ahead Part 2 – One in Purpose Part 3 – Making Time for Rest Part 4 – Making Time to Love and Serve Part 5 – The Value of Waiting Part 6 – How to Wait Well Part 7 – Strong to the End Change Your Perspective, Change Your Marriage A Special Blessing: Praise Your Spouse God’s Desire: Enjoy Your Life Together The Long Journey of Marriage: Seeing God’s Goodness All Along the Way Part 1: More Than a Feeling Part 2: What Can You Trust?

While Californian Glynn “Scotty” Wolfe had the distinction of 29 marriages during his lifetime, many couples see no reason to tie the knot at all.

Only about 40 percent of those surveyed in a for our good remains the best place for individuals to realize the destiny God has for them, even as society casts its ballot on whether the institution is still valid.

These posts are great for individual study, but we encourage you to go over them as a couple in a weekly devotional time or during Couple Connect. They are topical in nature, but are founded upon the whole truth of God’s Word. Thankfulness is Good for Your Marriage Godly Heart…Godly Marriage Part 1: Start in the Right Place Part 2: Renew and Guard Your Minds Part 3: Follow the Royal Law of Love Part 4: Trust God’s Correcting Path God’s Plan for Success in Marriage Part 1: The First Step Part 2: Acknowledging Your Own Sin Part 3: Repentance Part 4: Forgiveness Part 5: Restoration Is Your Marriage Prepared for Battle?

A Hill Worth Dying for in Your Marriage Fully Devoted – Are You All In? Part 2: God Created It for Companionship Part 3: An Earthly Illustration of His Love Part 4: Corrupted by Sin Part 5: Seek and Follow God Together Part 6: Always Remain Faithful Part 7: A Love that Grows Part 8: Truths Revealed The Best Christmas Love Story Part 1: It’s a Part of God’s Plan Part 2: Trust and Follow God’s Ways Part 3: Have Fun Together How Less is More in Marriage The One Thing You Need for a Blessed Marriage Part 2: Examples from Jesus What Kind of Legacy Will Your Marriage Leave Behind?

Application Certain things just can’t be done, and someone is always there to tell us what they are: “TV won’t be able to hold any market after the first six months.

Not just truthfulness that blurts out every last thought, but self-awareness that is not deceptive.

It is as important that I learn to be honest with myself as it is to be truthful with my partner.

Marriages today are crumbling at a high rate — not because we no longer get along, but because we have lost sight of the blessing tied to a biblical marriage. Yet because we have made second things first, as important as second things are, we are having trouble living out either.

Marriage is not merely a social contract; it is a sacred covenant. When God’s purpose and principles for marriage are undermined, then His image becomes distorted.

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