Some men are silent about expressing their love audibly while others are silent in expressing it by action.In the truest sense, women need to hear that they are loved but also to be shown that they are loved.
I've been working in youth ministry in some capacity for roughly eight years, and this is one of the most common questions I've fielded from young Christians: “How can (insert boyfriend/girlfriend) and I have a Christian dating relationship? ” As often I've heard it, I still love the the heart behind the question.
A couple of youngins' get to dating, and they want to “do it right.” They realize that God is concerned with every aspect of our lives, including our romantic involvements, so they've resolved to have a “Christian” dating relationship and sought guidance. Should we buy a devotional and go through it together? ” If the young man's of a theological bent, he shows up with a potential 10-week preaching series already outlined. As I already mentioned, couples often get this idea that to be truly “spiritual” they should start interweaving their spiritual lives into one.
If you're planning a date or a long drive together and you're wondering consider reading the Bible as one of the best conversation starters. Lisa and I trade off — eight to 12 verses, depending on the section length.
You can pause to talk about what you've just read, or if neither has anything to say, just continue reading aloud.
Here are four good Bible studies for married and even engaged couples to do together.
I believe that Solomon may have displayed some of his greatest wisdom in the Book of Ecclesiastes, particularly where he wrote “” (Eccl 4:9-10)!
The fact is if you have two cords, you can easily separate the two, but if there’s a third cord added to them, it makes it a threefold cord and it’s a lot stronger and that makes it a lot more difficult to break (Eccl ).
I would say that these verses point out that it’s not a cord another until a third cord is added; otherwise it’s simply two cords. One is a strand, two is a cord, and a third makes it a threefold cord.
Whether we acknowledge the truth openly or just worry about it secretly, we all know that our actual marriages do not measure up to this ideal.