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Author: admin, 14.03.2014. Category: The Power Of Thinking

The new year is upon us, and I thought I’d open the year by coming up with a list of the 50 best marriage quotes I could find from last year from different marriage blogs.
If it's not, get The Good Girl's Guide to Great Sex--and find out what you've been missing. Join over 23,000 people who receive my monthly marriage newsletter--and get a FREE COPY of my eBook, 36 Tips to Bring Sexy Back to Your Marriage. Little did we know on that last Sunday in October of 1993 God was about to set us on a journey of preparation for the hard work ahead of us. It never occurred to us that our marriage might need some construction work in order to strengthen the infrastructure and make it strong enough to withstand some major storms that were on the horizon; I think it’s probably good that we didn’t know. Too many of us have virtually no respect for what a husband really needs, but we have unlimited respect for our own needs. Christian women have come to believe on the one hand we’re to always treat others the way we want to be treated, and on the other that doing this for our husbands makes us a doormat. Remember – there are no exceptions in the Bible where it says on Birthdays, Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day we have permission to get selfish and self-centered. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that we should wait for someone else to do the right thing before we do the right thing. If the church is really all about good marriages and preventing divorce, it seems to me that we need to get very serious about helping couples with sex. Interestingly, for the couples who used pornography as a tool or enhancement in the relationship, as therapy progresses, one or both of them didn’t really like the effects of it on themselves or the relationship.
You don’t need a lot of money to plan an off-the-charts sexual experience with the man you love. Sex should be deeply intimate and connecting, and while the physical pleasure is great and important, too much focus on that (for yourself or your bride) means not having the ability to focus on other vital aspects of the sex act. Researchers found that spouses who reported above-average sexual satisfaction were 10 to 13 times more likely to be “very happy” in their marriage, compared with those who were less satisfied sexually.
So here is the bottom line for Christian leaders: Sexual refusal is a common and growing issue.
The myth that women can open up to someone who may not marry, or remain married to them, is hogwash, baloney, hooey, and crap. When you have children, your marriage is now more important, not less, because other people are counting on you! Don’t let another day go by where the health of your relationship is sacrificed for a false sense of peace.
And in a world of celebrities constantly splitting up, having a good, solid marriage is something that can make others believe that God does make a difference, and that lifetime love is possible.


Even if you are right, and she is wrong (and you are not right as often as you think, trust me on this) does that mean God has appointed you to correct her? How we handle our husband’s shortcomings reveals more about our own character than our husbands. You might think that you have all of the answers and need to protect your husband from making the wrong choice, but nagging, pouting, losing your temper and complaining aren’t going make him a better man.
As I released my fears and unrealistic expectations, I started to really like and love my man for who he is – as a husband, father and friend. Because one thing I’ve (finally!) learned is that no matter how I may be feeling at the moment, my husband is never “a problem”!
As husbands, I think one reason we have some trouble with Paul’s command to love our wives “as Christ loved the church,” is that we don’t really fully know how Christ loves the church.
Put a couple together doing something for someone else and you’ll see a marriage full of joy that is contagious. Never think that you are doing your children a favor by prioritizing them over your husband. Those words were spoken to me following a church service where our pastor was speaking on the topic of marriage. We were headed into the second decade of our marriage with two children in our home and another on the way. Our search for a church put us in a place where a young man our age (hey it was 20 years ago, we really were young back then!) passionately preached the word of God and taught us to view all that was going on in our lives through the Biblical lens of the Word of God.
Little did we know that all those tears that were shed that brought us to the doors of that church were simply being used to soften the soil of our souls and get us ready for the work that was about to commence in every area of our lives. But here’s the thing, if we are willing to be trained by it, if we don’t give up and throw in the towel, if we trust God even if we don’t understand, there is a huge benefit. Marrying her high school sweetheart in 1983 has resulted in a home filled with five great kids, a wonderful son-in-law, AND an adorable grandson!
Maybe we would all enjoy sex more, and maybe even have more of it, if we stuck to a narrow menu, with something extra thrown in only very rarely.
In fact, chances are, if you aren’t intimate in the other areas of your life your sexual intimacy will be one of the first things to suffer. Ignoring it does not mean it does not exist in your church, and being embarrassed about it does not get you off the hook with God. Women want – no, need – security if they are to relax and to give themselves completely to their marriage partner. The work it takes to make a happy marriage is what most people standing at the altar do not understand.


Just value him, listen to him and take him into consideration when there are choices to be made. But if I hang on tight to the hem of Jesus and the hand of my husband – I’ll have the best ride of my life! God was at work, even when it didn’t make any sense; perhaps especially when it didn’t make any sense. In marriage, in parenting, in finances, in relationships, in hard times, in boring times, in frustrating times, in anxious times, if we can just keep our focus on the fact that God is at work, He loves us, is for us, and will be our strength in the midst of hard work. It is His provision for making children, increasing intimacy, and providing pleasure to married couples whom He loves. How can you feel free in the bedroom to give yourself fully to someone who may or may not be there tomorrow?
Since Satan cannot hurt God, he will hurt you, His image, or your marriage, His reflection. Honestly, I don’t remember ever saying those words to him but they are true, a successful marriage is hard work.
Up to then we had been coasting through marriage, perhaps even coasting through life – taking it as it came, reacting to the loudest call, responding when necessary, ignoring what we could and not being proactive about many things, too many things.
For some, putting the marriage first means a simple attitude adjustment; for others it requires deep self-examination or therapy to heal from a painful history. Wives need to know that their hubbies love ‘em and will love ‘em tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day.
If he can’t end the marriage, he will mar it to make it as imperfect a reflection of God as he can entice the two of you to make it. We knew it was time for us to leave when a conference pastor challenged us on our belief of whether the Bible was true, every word. I do not necessarily 100% agree with all of them, but I thought they could stimulate discussion. We fully believe that if the Bible said it happened then, even if we couldn’t understand how or why, it happened. Finding ourselves at an impasse with leadership we had the choice to stay and fight for what we believed or leave and find a church that taught what we believed.
I’m sure many would say easy, when it came to fight or flight we fled; but in reality leaving looks a lot easier than it really is.



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