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No marriage, no spouse, no circumstance is too hard for His redemptive resurrection power.
How a man proposes isn’t what makes him romantic. It’s how a man purposes to lay down his life that makes him romantic.
I started searching into my own self, realizing how far from God I had traveled.
When you give when you don’t have a lot — God gives you a lot more of Himself.
We can get so busy taking care of life that we forget to take care of love.
Real love will always make you suffer. Simply commit: Who am I willing to suffer for?
But the truth is, marriage isn’t hard because of all I have to do. Marriage is hard because of what I don’t do.
Your naked body deserves the honor of being shared only with someone who is covenanted to never stop loving your naked soul.
Will they see their rings only as costly jewelry, or will they see them as a reminder of a sacred and costly calling to lay down their lives for each other?
When a man says a woman is beautiful, her smile always proves that its the truth.
Because marriage is about making all the minutes tell the truth of the glorious gospel.
With every word I typed, I cried less and prayed more. Something was changing inside of me. I couldn’t explain it.
What you want from your marriage has a huge impact on your satisfaction within marriage.
Communication does not simply mean the talking kind. It means connection in a special way.
So what if we’ve done it all the ways they told us not to? We sat in a beat-up old Volkswagon on gravel back road and you kissed me under…
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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