Want A Healthy Marriage Relationship?

Good marriages last for ever!

A marriage relationship will go through struggles, but the ones that can talk things out and work together as a team are the ones that stay together! Here are some encouraging scriptures about marriage.

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A healthy marriage relationship is a three-way partnership in which God is the head, and the man and woman are under His authority. Without a man and woman working together, the relationship is in vain. ~ Bill Greguska

Hebrews 13:4  Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.

 


God’s Guide For A Good Christian Marriage Relationship!

 

 


 

 

Specific Relationship Resource Links:

Accountability PartnerLove Or Lust
Better MarriageLove Your Enemies
Building RelationshipsMarriage Relationship
CommunicationMarriage Tips
DatingPeer Pressure
Dating AdvicePersonal Inventory
DivorcePrevent Divorce
Falling In LoveRelationship With Jesus
Friends Can HelpRelationships
FriendshipsRomantic Relationships
Get To Know OthersSex
Healing From DivorceSex Is Not A Sport
Healthy FriendshipsSex Outside Marriage
How To Be Kind?Talk With Someone
How To Forgive?Understand Others
Improve Your MarriageWhat Is Love?
LoveWisdom In Relationships


How To Have A Strong Marriage Relationship That Lasts?

Want a healthy marriage relationship?

A healthy marriage relationship starts with God and takes effort, energy, forgiveness, patience, understanding, commitment, mutual submission, and love!

Learn from both what others have done in their successful marriage relationship. And also learn from those who’s a relationship, like mine, that did not work.

It takes two willing and committed partners to stick together through the storms of life. Otherwise, the storms will overtake the marriage relationship, and it will crash into the rocks! Every marriage when it starts has two people (both who have a sin nature) who bring their own “baggage” or “preferences” that need to be somehow blended to make the two people into one.

Each spouse does not have to lose their identity, but instead, they gain a philosophy of teamwork through communication and compromise all under the authority of Jesus Christ. 

I was married for almost ten years that ended in divorce and looking back at what I know now; for sure, I would have done some things differently.

I would have focused on our communication more and gotten to know her better when we were dating. Sometimes learning from what others went through makes it, so you do not have to reinvent the wheel sort to say.

~ Bill Greguska

 


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The Marriage Relationship Is Like A Dance!

Unfortunately, my ex-wife and I did not see things eye to eye almost from the start, yet I always hoped that we would grow together and work together on our marriage. 

  1. In your marriage relationship, do you need always to be right?
  2. Do you work together as a team or individual players?
  3. Are you good at forgiving?
  4. Are you good at apologizing?
  5. Is your marriage partner your best friend?
  6. In your marriage relationship, do you need always to be right?

If marriage is centered on God and each other, the success of the marriage should be okay, but commitment, sacrifice, and teamwork need to be present.

 

 


 

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