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Your Marriage IS Worth The Work!

Marriage is the sweetest institution ever created when it is lived in peace and harmony. To build an unbreakable bond takes effort on the part of both spouses.

I am willing to work on my marriage because my marriage is worth the work. It is a God-given commitment and so it is worth the work. 

Finding and waiting for the RIGHT partner, requires effort moreover, staying together takes more effort and commitment. Anything worth having has a cost attached to it, and you should be willing to pay the price.

The recipe for a happy marriage is made up of unselfish partners willing to work together while putting God first in the center of their relationship.

To get along with your spouse, you must learn to communicate with them in a way that they understand. You have to study your spouse and figure out how to meet their needs.

A big part of Marriage is also, communication. How can you figure out how to meet their needs if there’s no communication?

You should be willing to give up your own will for the benefit of your marriage.

When faced with the option of being right or being happy, choose to be happily at peace with your mate rather than winning a fight.

You promised your spouse to be there in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer. Life is not a downhill slope; it is a progression of hills and valleys. If you work hard enough through the hard times, you get to enjoy the happy times.

Anyone can give up and escape hardships, but you are better than that.

Your vows mean more to you than pretty words spoken like poetry at a ceremony. Your vows are an unbreakable covenant made with your spouse.

Today, embrace your responsibility to give your all in making your marriage work. When you leave selfishness behind, you reap the benefits of a joyful marriage.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Why is my marriage worth the work?

2.    What sacrifices am I willing to make for the success of my marriage?

3.    How can I be more selfless in my relationship?

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