Daily Marriage Tip for August 6, 2017: “And He was transfigured before them.” (Mt 17:2) Even on earth, we can catch glimpses of heavenly glory with the eyes of faith.Pray that you and your family may see the glory of the Lord in every aspect of your lives.Instead, cultivate kindness, compassion, and forgiveness. (He always starts the coffee or she remembers to send cards on special days.) What “niceties” have become regular habits in your marriage? Daily Marriage Tip for August 10, 2017: “We need to pray that married couples will love their vocation, even when the road becomes difficult.” (St.Their laughter had dulled, and their distance had grown. Though Tim and Jess are Christians, their dating and engagement were marked with sexual impurity.
I can tell you the obvious – that times have changed and we have changed.
Most of us have always wanted to have a few extra-marital affairs every now and then.
You need a time out from your difficult, sexless or loveless marriage.
Daily Marriage Tip for August 12, 2017: (Reader’s Tip) Like your spouse for who he/she is as a person. John Paul II) How can you be a spiritual and practical support for other couples and families who are struggling?
When I’m really angry at my husband, I realize what kind of man he is and I thank God he chose me to be his wife. Paul exhorts us to remove all bitterness, fury, anger, shouting, abuse, and malice from our relationships. Daily Marriage Tip for August 9, 2017: Ruts are the bad side of habits, but marriage can have happy routines.