How much of your energy, attention, and time is spent dwelling on past events or worrying about the future? What about within the context of your spouse and your marriage? When one or both spouses can’t seem to let go of something that happened in the past or is overly concerned about what might happen in the future, it often gets in the way of a healthy marriage. (Click on title to read the complete post.)
Are you stuck in the past? Do you keep bringing up situations to your spouse that happened in the past? How is that impacting your marriage relationship? (Click on the title to read more.)
What would happen to your marriage relationship if you loved your spouse as though he or she was Jesus? Imagine the transformation that could take place with a love like that! (Click on the title to read the complete post.)
Do you want a better marriage?
Have you ever started to think about what life would be like if only something hadn’t happened, if only your spouse would change, if only you could have married someone else, or any other “if only” scenario. Stop! And look in the mirror. Shift to "what if" an see what happens. (Click on the title to read the full post.)
When Jesus was addressing the topic of worry, he said “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” (Matthew 6:33) So, Jesus is instructing us to seek God first and trust that what we need will be provided. Is that my motive? Am I trying to get something from Him, rather than just being with Him? What's your motive? (Click on the title to read the full post.)