Archive for the ‘The Marital Corner’ Category
Marriage is like anything else, takes work. You will only get out of it what you put into it. I believe the longer you’re married, the easier marriage should become. Read the rest of this entry »
Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). I’ve written about faith from several different perspectives for quite some time now. In this article I want to take a look at the subject of faith from the standpoint of how it can be used in how we relate to one another within the context of marriage. Read the rest of this entry »
Step parent roles can easily be placed on the back burner, especially when your mind is clouded with the thought of starting a new life with someone.
So you think God has finally answered your prayer, huh?
After your determined effort to wait on the Lord for a mate, it appears as though He has finally brought you the partner of your dreams.
Enemy tactics are rendered void if you have the enemy’s playbook and you know how he’s going to attack you before he actually does. In battle, a great advantage is gained when you know your opponents game plan or strategy. Knowing your opponents moves will consistently place you one step ahead of him and will certainly assure your victory. Read the rest of this entry »
Infidelity begins with an I. I believe that the act of marital infidelity rest solely on the person guilty of committing the act. Infidelity cannot be blamed on another person, your bad marriage, the circumstances, or the timing of the act. All responsibility for infidelity must rest on the shoulders of “I”. Read the rest of this entry »
Waking up and getting your day started off on the right foot consistently can be tough. Some of us weren’t created to be “morning people”, so rising at the crack of dawn can be challenging for some of us at best. In this article I want to talk about one of the many small things I’ve found to be a positive in my marriage. Read the rest of this entry »