“Great achievement is usually born of great sacrifice and is never the result of selfishness.” —Napoleon Hill
What do you think of when you hear “acts of love”?
For some, it means sacrificing your comfort and loving in a way that your spouse needs even if it is different from your own.
“One difficult conversation is better than a bunch of conversations that avoid the truth.” —Anonymous
As you continue to walk your faith, it’s important to begin talking about beliefs around your spiritual intimacy as a couple.
No matter what your faith journey is or has been from this point, there can be struggles around faith beliefs as you experience life and marriage through the years.
“There is always that one summer that changes you.” —Anonymous
“Summer lovin’ had me a blast…” Just about everyone loves summer — it’s filled with so many good things: fireworks, vacations, picnics, gatherings with friends and family, and lots of outdoor fun.
But with all of the good things that come rushing in, it’s easy to let the busyness crowd out intimacy in your marriage.
As the days, months, and years begin to pass in your marriage it is wise to take time out of your day to focus in on the ways that you can love your spouse.
Your mind is amazing and you can transform your marriage by reading God’s word.
Take these passages to heart and then put them to action in your marriage.