This was one of my favorite chapters in Amy’s book. I love how she opens the chapter with Mark 10:9 and offers an insight I had never considered before.
Many people get married believing their wedding day is a “sealer” or guarantee of some sort that everything will be great. The truth is, when you have two sinners living under one roof, this is simply not the case. Disagreements and hard times will come.
Many things need to be considered and we should always be proactive in our marriage. Last week I wrote about a few things that I have found vital for the health of my own marriage.
There is something even more vital that comes before all of that can even happen.
Your love for God.
Excellent thoughts here Amy. Thank you so much for sharing your heart with us.
I love all the feedback in the comments from last week and I have read every single one of them. It takes courage to recognize areas we fall short in and I commend you ladies for that.
This week I want to challenge you to seek God and pray that He would mold your heart to be receptive to Him. Pull out a journal and write down your prayers if it will help you focus. Do not neglect your time with God because it ultimately effects everything else, including your marriage. God must, must, must be the center of everything.
This week’s giveaway is for the book:
Grace for the Good Girl by Emily P. Freeman
Today, let’s discuss what is hindering us from being diligent to seek out time with God daily. This time is crucial for us to grow in our walk with the Lord and also in our marriages. The two are intertwined. Our marriage cannot grow if our relationship with God lacks, is strained, or isn’t regularly nurtured.
In order for your entry to count for the giveaway, you must add meaningful discussion in the comments.
Last weeks eBook winners are:
Motherhicks and Vickie