In today’s episode of, “Will You Marry Me?”, I’d like to talk to you about, ‘Mutual Understanding for a Healthy Marriage.” What makes any relationship work is mutual understanding. When a man and a woman understand each other, they can make almost anything work. But arriving at mutual understanding isn’t easy. It takes patience, andContinue reading “Mutual Understanding for a Healthy Marriage”
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11 Types of People You should Be Careful Dating (or Marrying)
Selecting a future spouse is about finding love. True, but that’s not all. There’s also the question of having a set of criteria (based on one’s values, standards, and expectations) by which to discern who would be ‘right’ for us.
3 Unreasonable Expectations People Have in Relationships (Part II)
It’s not your job to change anyone, not even your sweetheart. Focus on changing yourself. If someone is old enough to be in a relationship with you, it means they’re old enough to know what’s good for them. Respect their preferences. Don’t confuse being caring with parenting.
“Till Death Do Us Part?”
Invoking death during marriage is unwise, ungodly and dangerous. The Holy Spirit didn’t inspire the words, “till death do us part.” The words are very charming, even romantic, but they conceal a dangerous trap. It’s a self-inflicted curse in disguise. Christ wouldn’t teach us to use those words. Nor would the apostles. In the beginning,Continue reading ““Till Death Do Us Part?””
Eat Jesus’ Flesh and Drink His Blood? (Pt 4)
Daily Devotion | Day 338 “So husbands ought to love their own wives as their own bodies; he who loves his wife loves himself. For no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as the Lord does the church” (Ephesians 5:28-29, NKJV). What we are doing in this series isContinue reading “Eat Jesus’ Flesh and Drink His Blood? (Pt 4)”