Scripture reading for dating couples
Thinking back to those early years Ed says, "Obviously, the early portion of married life can be a 'testing time'—letting your thoughts, moods, emotions and plans blend into a harmonious unit [in an effort] to become truly synergistic.
Having to leave my bride of just over a year behind, while serving in the military at the Nuremberg Trials in Germany, was a sad time." Finding a job just after World War II was not easy either, and there was very little pay in those days.
We’ve tried various methods and various studies, but none have panned out.
We usually start out pretty strong and that strength usually lasts about two weeks. One of the other problems we have faced is a general feeling of “cheesiness.” By that I mean that most of the studies we’ve tried have ended up leaving us feeling…well, cheesy.
You can pause to talk about what you've just read, or if neither has anything to say, just continue reading aloud.
For some time now, Meg and I have been struggling to find the right way to implement a joint Bible study between her and I.
Many Christian wives are just waiting and hoping their husbands will assume the spiritual authority in the home.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ve got two short new devotions dedicated to helping you (and your significant other, if you have one) think through the exciting (and maybe intimidating) topic of marriage!
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When individuals are satisfied with God and His plan for their lives, they enjoy all that He has given them.
People who are surrendered to the Lord are also more willing to surrender to others, understanding that serving their spouse is really an act of worship to God." Many marriage books and articles talk about the importance of communication, keeping our sexual intimacy alive and fresh, playing and laughing together, and other issues, but Bible reading rivals all of these in importance.