155: HOW-TO MAKE A DAILY DEVOTIONAL PART OF YOUR MARRIAGE

Your desire to be closer and more  intimate with your spouse.

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Emotionally, financially, and sexually you are there and yet your spiritual intimacy is lagging behind.

Maybe you’ve even tried a few times (or many times) without success.

We get it!

We’ve been spiritually empty in our marriage.

One thing though is that when you come together and dive into your spiritual intimacy it will take your marriage to another level.

Spending time together in God’s word and in prayer allows the two of you to take off your masks, strip down, get naked, and truly bare your souls. You will do this with God your Father and with one another.

You can start a daily devotional with your spouse in 4 simple steps. Get it started today so that you will reap the benefits of this most intimate act for years to come.

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4 thoughts on “155: HOW-TO MAKE A DAILY DEVOTIONAL PART OF YOUR MARRIAGE

  1. I have a request for a podcast. My younger sister is newly married, she celebrated her first anniversary last November. She and her husband have a one year old child and they are expecting a new baby in April. Plus they just bought a new house and they are experiencing the financial challenges this all brings. Suffice it to say my sister is stressed and wondering and questioning if she has made the right choices in life and in terms of marriage. My request is for you to do a podcast for newly married couples about waking up to the reality of marriage, things to stay focused on building a strong foundation from the beginning and basically from your perspective why it’s worth fighting the good fight for an extraordinary marriage. I ask this because in our family there have not been any positive role models for marriage, although I am now working to change that with own marriage. Thanks in advance if your able to do this podcast, it

    • Sara,

      Thank you for taking the time to write in about this critical topic. The issues that you bring up are so important, not just for newlyweds but for those who have been married for awhile. I’m working on developing this into a podcast which will air in the next couple of weeks.