“Wives, submit yourself to your own husband, as to the Lord.”
The easiest thing in a marriage to do is to end it. I say it is easy because once you open the door to the divorce, you cannot turn around and recant again. Love is not based merely on emotions, it is a commitment and dedication to the other partner and to God. It a covenant between three people. The man, the woman, and God.
For any marriage to work, all parties must agree that the relationship comes first every day. Every morning, a prayer must be made on behalf of the partner. The enemy often lurks and seeks an opportunity to separate what God has joined together.
God never makes mistakes when it comes to marriage. This is why every relationship must be Christ-centered. If it not Christ-centered, there will be more struggles than usual. I learned from being married, that sometimes you can take one another for granted and the enemy will speak through the injured party, but I also learned if the relationship is Christ centered, you can work through it.
I learned that more women are having affairs more than men. It wasn’t this ways ten years ago. And the reasons are, we have forgotten how to love one another. Instead of things being kind and expressing themselves about the hurt, many of them keep it inside and let it build.
When we harbor it, things change. Because we give the enemy an opportunity to work in us. He will have the person we least expect to come into our lives, and before we know it, we are actually finding fault with our spouse. Everything they do is wrong because we are comparing it to the other person.
Love one another, and build the ministry. Work things out with one another.
A few months back, I thought because I thought he took me for granted. I felt as if I was the only one working on this relationship. I prayed about and I talked to God. God told me to tell him about. We fought about it for an hour, and little by little things began to change. I realized I didn’t want anyone but him.