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A benediction is usually prayed at the conclusion of the wedding service. You may want to use the following benediction, compiled from various sources: May your marriage bring you all the fulfillment a marriage should bring and may the Lord give you patience, tolerance and understanding.
"I can’t change. I’ve tried and tried. Heaven only knows it’s impossible. I’m stuck.” Many people actually believe those words. They are frustrated with their efforts. They try not to get upset at others, or blow up, but they can’t seem to change.
You have heard the expression, “That person has an attitude.” It is usually said to denote a problem. But attitude can be a virtue! Attitude. What is it? It is a choice we make to look at life a certain way.
In the journey of marriage, communication stands as the essential path that determines the course of the relationship. Each exchange of words, each choice in expression, shapes the landscape of shared life.
The number-one conflict during the first year of marriage is money. Some of your biggest disagreements may be about money, but they do not have to be. Why does this happen? We all have different spending and saving styles. This is a reflection of our personalities.
“Leave” and “cleave”—different words, significant words. When you exchange your wedding vows, these two words will become part of your life. But do you understand them? To leave means to sever one relationship before establishing another.
Eyes—we use them to scan the room, to focus so intently on someone that everything else begins to blur. Our eyes tell us stories. They invite people into our lives. Your eyes were an important instrument in bringing you to marriage.
Evening by Evening is a devotional book by Charles Spurgeon, a prominent 19th-century Baptist preacher and writer. This book is a collection of 365 daily readings, each designed to encourage and inspire readers in their daily walk with God.
365 Days of Healing: Powerful Devotions and Prayers To Help You Recover and Keep You Well. Read it over and over. Meditate on its truth until it’s planted down in your spirit. Throughout the day, release your faith by saying the confession at the end of each devotion out loud.
Proverbs is a very different book. It calls us to study, to think, to learn the practical discipline of centering all our thoughts and actions on God. Indeed, one of the main messages of Proverbs is—you’ve never really thought enough about anything.
This devotional is an “open Bible devotional”—that is, you will need to keep your Bible open, on your lap or on your screen, as you use these studies. You’ll be asked questions that bring you to examine and think hard about the text.
Do you believe that God wants you to succeed? Well, He does. In fact, He has greater dreams and aspirations for you than you probably realize. And when you walk in the center of His will, you have His presence, power . . .