Marriage Proverbs for Everyday Living – Pt 2

This is the second part of a 2-part series of Marriage Proverbs that are important to live by as it pertains to everyday living with each other as husband and wife. As we said in Part 1 of this series, The scriptures that teach us how to better live with Read More…

Proverbs for Everyday Married Life

The best marriage advice we could ever give anyone is, get into God’s Word, the Bible… read it, and live it. If you do that, you will always be on the right track. This goes beyond being “Bible-believing” Christians. You can talk about what you believe all that you want. Read More…

Marriage Insight Does Not Come Naturally

We confess; we fell for it too. Steve and I fell for the faulty reasoning that if you are in love when you marry, you will naturally grow your love after you marry. Your love will only grow stronger. But as we observe all of the failed marriages around us, Read More…

SCRIPTURES for Marriage to Bring You Closer

We have a suggestion for you. Below you will find scriptures for marriage that can bring you closer together. Make a copy of these scriptures for your everyday use. Read one Bible passage a day, together with your spouse (if possible), for the next 142 days. After reading the passage(s) of Read More…

Calming Down Arguments in Marriage

Are you finding yourself involved in arguments with your spouse, where it would be best to calm things down before you continue any further? You know if you don’t something will be said and/or done that would be anything but godly. Calming down arguments is a good thing to do Read More…

Favorite Marriage Advice

Within this Marriage Insight, we’re giving you some of our favorite marriage advice that we’ve gathered, and have given. We encourage you to give some of yours in the Comment section below to help those who read this Insight. You never know what a difference one marriage tip can make Read More…

Bible Verses that Can Be Used in a Wedding Ceremony

The following are verses of the Bible that you could use in your wedding ceremony. They come from the New International Version of the Bible. Be sure that whatever verses you use, you are willing to live by them. Don’t make a vow that you are not willing to carry Read More…

Needing to Give The Last Word

“A good time to keep your mouth shut is when you’re in deep water.” Keeping our mouth shut can sometimes be wise, but do we always apply that wisdom when we should? Are we insistent that we have to have the last word? I’m reminded of a little dog we had Read More…

Missing Relationship Keys

Have you ever been without a set of keys you’ve needed so you could unlock an important door? Maybe you were missing car keys and without them you couldn’t go where you needed to go. Or maybe it was your house or apartment key and without it you couldn’t enter Read More…

Beware of Mixture

In my (Steve) devotional reading this week Os Hillman from “Today God Is First” cautioned us to beware of trying to mix the things that are “acceptable” to the world, with what scripture teaches us. He used the example from Exodus 32 when Moses was on Mt. Sinai with God Read More…