Friday, 20 September 2019

THINGS U MUST KNOW BEFORE STEPPING INTO MARRIAGE


1 Laziness kills Marriage

2 Suspicion kills Marriage

3 Lack of trust kills marriage

4  Lack of mutual respect kills marriage

5  Unforgiveness, bitterness, hatred, malice and anger kill marriage

6 Arguments kills marriage

7 Keeping Secrets from your Spouse kills marriage

8 Every form of infidelity kills marriage (financial, emotional, psychological, material, etc)

9  Poor Communication kills marriage

10  Lies easily kills marriage, be sincere to your spouse in every aspect.

11 Relating more with your parents/family members than your spouse kills marriage

12 Lack of, inadequate or unenjoyable sex kills marriage.

13  Nagging kills marriage

14 Too much talk and careless talk kills marriage

15 Spending less or little time with your spouse kills marriage

16 Being too independent minded kills marriage

17 Love for party, money, impulse buying and spending/partying, financial indiscipline kill                   marriage

18  Exposing the inadequacies of your spouse to your parents or Siblings kills marriage

19  Not being steadfast/fervent in the spirit, not praying together kills not only marriage but your life

20 Spurning correction and reprimand kills marriage.

21Always wearing a sad face and being Moody kills marriage.

22 FEMINISM ADVOCACY kills marriage.

23 MALE CHAUVINISM kills marriage

24     Uncontrolled or hot Temperament, Anger kills marriage.

25 Not understanding your role and position , not taking responsibilty in marriage as instituted by God kills marriage.

26 Not being sensitive to the spiritual, emotional, financial and physical needs of your spouse kills marriage

27   When anything threatens the position/security of a wife, her reaction(s) will be detrimental to her marriage.

28  Lack of the knowledge of and obedience to  the word of God kills marriage.
   
May the Lord bring healing to every troubled home and family in Jesus....... Amen.
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