2 09 2010

Christian marriage can have the best help around if things go unplanned – The Bible.

Right from the very beginning, couples have to rely on the Holy Scriptures for guidance.

HOWEVER, just like anything in this imperfect world, it’s precisely because of this fact that many people, even those within the Christian community have a lot of misconceptions about how to save a Christian marriage.

If one wants to learn how to save a Christian marriage, he has to shun these misconceptions and be armed with the truth.

I’ll be laying down some of these myths and misconceptions that are gravely handicapping couples from truly learning how to save a Christian marriage.


It’s easy to fall for this trap of thinking that you and your partner are perfect and are capable of NOT making any human errors. This sets you up for a stinging frustration when a loving couple errs.

Keep in mind that Christian couples are NOT perfect by any means.

They’re made of flesh and blood like everyone else – they’ll be making mistakes and will definitely need help when that happens.

What distinguish them from every others couple is the Help of the Holy Spirit and the UNDERSTANDING of God’s. “Nevertheless let every one of you in particular so love his wife even as himself; and the wife see that she reverence her husband.” Eph 5:33

“The Bible is everything you need to fix a marital problem.”

Yes, you may have read verses or even asked your marriage counselor for advice.

You may have told your partner about it but without acting together to get that advice applied – it won’t make a single dent of change for your marriage.

The marriage NEEDS you – BOTH of you to take action and save it via studying of God’s Word and finding solution in it.

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One response

2 09 2010

Very true. All Life’s problems have the answers in our handbook for living—The Bible.

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