Marriage’s 6 Most Important Words

If I (Steve) would have said, “Marriage’s 3 Most Important Words” you would have automatically said, “I Love You.” No doubt, they are important. But Cindy and I want to have you think about six different words. That is because we have learned through our many years of marriage that Read More…

Apologizing: Going the Extra Mile – MM #324

Apologizing is a difficult thing to do the right way. You say: “I’ve already said I’m sorry, what more does she/he want from me?” Or, “I said I’m sorry once —that should be enough!” Or, “I give up! What more can a human being do to make him/her understand that Read More…

BIBLE VERSES on BITTERNESS and FORGIVENESS

Below are Bible verses that deal with bitterness and forgiveness. May the Lord inspire you, as you prayerfully read what God has provided for guidance. Bible Verses on Bitterness and Forgiveness: • Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as Read More…

Six Powerful Words in Marriage – MM #192

On March 18th Cindy and I celebrated our wedding anniversary. I (Steve) was wondering how many times Cindy and I have told each other, “I love you” over the past 45+ years. We are both very expressive and open about our love for each other. Words we say to each Read More…

Apologies That Make A Positive Difference

It’s important to know that apologies are not created equal. Just because you apologize, it doesn’t mean that the receiver feels you really “get it” as far as how much they have hurt you. As a result, they very well may reject your sincerity when you apologize. The following is Read More…

Forgiveness in Marriage – MM #55

This is a difficult subject to discuss because of the sensitivity of what it involves to get to that place. But it is a necessary one because we all must deal with forgiveness. Throughout this message, we’re going to weave together various quotes and scriptures, praying it will minister to Read More…

What If The Other Person Won’t Forgive You?

What do you do if you’re the one who has done wrong? You have acknowledged your error, but the other person won’t forgive you. Or they say they forgive you, but act like they’re still trying to even the score? Do you have to keep asking for forgiveness? Do you Read More…