5 simple ways for married adult couples to put away childish things
You’ve heard the saying: “boys will be boys.” Parents will often say: “kids will always be kids” and that’s true. We can’t expect kids to behave like adults, can we?
However, when the kids grow up and become teens, we then expect them to behave like teens. When they become adults (whenever that is, these day) we expect them to become adults.
Are you with me?
Never try to build a house without first laying a foundation. The same principle applies to your marriage and your family.
Let me explain. I don’t care how eager you are to get your new home finished, how excited you are about filling it with furniture and decorating it all just right – take time to put down a solid foundation first - hopefully, according to the blueprint.
If you don’t, that house will be so unstable, it will soon come tumbling down.
4 Ways to bring your marriage back to a “naked” paradise.
And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed. Gen. 2:25
When God created Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, He created them naked and without any shame related to it.
The Word, “naked” in Genesis 2:25 means “bare, to be exposed.” While the word “shame”
Tips To Becoming The Right Person in your Marriage
The pure intention of most married couples is to have a thriving marriage. I’m sure that nobody gets married expecting a “perfect marriage.”
Yet, that’s really what we all seem to want – isn’t it? And if it doesn’t materialize after a couple of years, then many call it quits.
Truth is that most marriages fail, not because there isn’t enough love and consideration in each other’s heart but it’s due to something even more simple than that.
Privileges of a thriving marriage
Nobody likes rules. Let me say this another way. Nobody likes to be told what to do.
Furthermore, nobody wants to be following a set of rules feeling like they have to live life a certain way.
Do you agree?