Two More Things That Will Get Your Marriage Blessed
Yesterday we looked at Forgiving your spouse as one of the things that will make your marriage blessed.
We will continue and end this with the other two things I believe will make your marriage blessed.
The second thing is (Giving to your spouse).
2. Giving to your spouse.
This is just an act to demonstrate your love towards your spouse.
Why this is important is that, it is helping you to refocus your mind to what you are professing.
You cannot claim to love your spouse and not be moved to give to them.
For God so loved that He gave.
You too so love your wife or husband that you must give to them.
Now, this givings don’t have to be huge.
You don’t have to break the bank to give to your loved one.
It is the gesture that really matters.
At whatever level you are, you can and should give something.
It should be in your thought, and you must be ready and willing to give.
You can even begin to imagine yourself giving to your spouse.
My husband does that a lot.
He does not just give to me but he would always imagine himself giving me the best of the best things.
And that he communicate that to me makes a whole lot of difference.
The third thing is:
Some people don’t see thanksgiving as a form of giving.
You must be thankful to your spouse and for your spouse.
Be overwhelmed with gratitude to God for the spouse He has given you.
Every spouse is a gift from God.
If you see it that way, you will forever be grateful to God for them.
The thanksgiving will even make your spouse respond to you in a better way.
You can not be grateful for your spouse and be critical of him or her.
The spouse you are grateful for you will pray for and ready to forgive.
Remember, you have to work on your marriage for it to become better.
As you do, you begin to see changes.
God bless your Marriage
Confession of the day
My marriage is blessed. I love my spouse
Prayer for the day
Lord, teach me to love my spouse
Thought of the day
Give the issue of loving your spouse a serious thought.
Make up your mind to love your spouse in advance.
1 Corinthians 6: 15-2