Psalms 23 Husband

Everything I ever needed to learn about marriage is found in the Bible. One of the most effective tools about marriage life that I’ve ever come across with is “Role-Reading” the Bible. I was still single when I spoke to a new husband about role-reading the Scriptures. The idea is simple: read the Bible in your … Continue reading

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First Kiss

It was this day on a cold December afternoon with snow on the ground that we first kissed. Just writing that sentence sends chills down my spine and empassions my inside. When talking about it to her, she often denies the fact that she kissed me first. (I relish her denials.) Seated by the window … Continue reading

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My Declaration

Marriage is about personal growth. No matter what book you read or which mentor you follow, the health of your marriage succintly lies in your own ability to grow. Longing for your spouse to become better should be a mirror reflecting your need to love them in their inadequacy and imperfections. Your desire to have … Continue reading

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Believers Wanted

In 1983 the “Four Tops” recorded “I Believe In You And Me,” a song written by Sandy Linzer and David Wolfer. It never reached the top 40 then (though it’s still being sung today) and I fear that it’s the same in some marriages – couples don’t see believing in each other to be that significant. … Continue reading

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The Married Mind

Single people should not get married until their mind is already married (to their would be spouse – whether present or future.) In fact, it is my personal opinion that the most successful marriages are a result of single men and women who dated with marriage in mind. The Bible states that “… he that finds … Continue reading

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