Inside: Our marriages aren’t static but are an ever-evolving relationship. We go through seasons of this union, from newlywed to parents to empty nesters to mature life. Are you looking for some marriage resources to help you through these transitions?
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I don’t know about you, but living in this world is hard. It’s difficult enough by myself, but when you’ve married it makes it even more difficult. Our words and reactions can hurt those we live closest to.
I screw up in my marriage relationship often. I’m no expert, but what I’m finding is a wealth of information available to us online and books that can give us tips to make our marriage better.
Of course, the beginning step of our marriage involves a relationship with God. Both spouses need to in an intimate union with God in order to be the best they can be.
Many times, marriages are struggling and the foundation of God is missing.
Point blank, our marriages won’t be great or even happily endure without the third strand of God included in our marriage.
Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken (Ecclesiastes 4:12, NLT).
Our marriages aren’t static but are an ever-evolving relationship. We go through seasons of this union, from newlywed to parents to empty nesters to mature life. We have to constantly adapt, grow and learn new things as we cycle through these seasons.
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