In the end, the gospel of Christ crucified for sinful husbands and wives is the ground of our marriage. Here is where we see grace. Here is where we receive grace. Here is where we learn to give grace
If we look to our spouses to fill up our tanks in a way that only God can do, we are demanding an impossibility
A spiritually alive marriage will remain a marriage of two individuals in pursuit of a common vision outside of themselves.
When we commit to a spouse for life, we are agreeing to enter a sacred union between two sinners and Jesus, and when you’ve got two sinners walking together over the years, you will see just how sinful he or she—and you—can be
Here’s three promises to keep handy: God will care for you (Matt 6:30), stay with you (Heb 13:5), and work out every situation for good (Rom 8:28).
Exchange fear for faith
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