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While romantic relationships are great, there are many other kinds of relationships that we should have wisdom about. It is important to understand the different kinds of relationships and the purpose for each one.
Prior to meeting, courting and marrying my now husband, there were two men whom I thought would one day be my “husband.” I’m immensely grateful that I listened to God when He spoke to my heart and told me not to settle. I almost did but by His grace, I didn’t.
The movies don’t tell you what to do after the wedding bells are no longer ringing, the rice blows away, and the guests have all went home and here you are, hand and hand with a man you vowed to spend the rest of your life with. Most people believe that the first year of marriage is the worst because it is the occurrence of two worlds clashing together to form one. Contrary to popular belief, this does not have to be true for your marriage.
It’s that wonderful time of the year when couples all around the world express their love towards one another with romantic gestures, kind words, and extravagant outings. That’s all great, unless you’re the girl who is alone on Valentine’s Day with no plans
Contrary to common belief, time does not heal all wounds but God can. Time has no healing power. Jesus is the healer: Psalm 147:3 He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds
Before I met my husband I made up in my mind I wasn’t going to make the same mistake for a third time and I was determined to remain faithful to God and honor Him with not only my life but my body.
A few hours to days have gone by and the chemistry in the home is not quite right. Something happened, words were exchanged and the communication has currently deteriorated. You don’t feel like talking but you know you need to, and if you didn’t know, well you need to (Ephesians 4:26).