Usually, the word intimacy leads people to think of physical intimacy through sex. While this is one type of intimacy, there are others that will build lasting love in your marriage. Intimacy brings a closeness that cultivates love and builds marriages up.
When the Lord created Adam and Eve He created the process of sexual intimacy between a man and woman in marriage. After he created the marriage and sexual intimacy, the Lord saw all He created was good. Genesis 2:31 “And
There must be some ground rules that each spouse follows as they learn how to build lasting love in their marriage. When everyone has the same ground rules to go by, we can focus on what truly matters. The success and health of your marriage.
The third set people are who you actually are and who your spouse actually is. Of all the people in the 6 persons who marry, this is the most true reflection of reality. This last pair of people is to
As we talked about in our last post, there are 6 people who enter into a marriage. The first set of two are who you believe your spouse is and who your spouse believes you are. The second set of
About a month before I was to get married my beautiful wife Melissa, I was given some advice from a godly man in my church’s name is Marvin. At the time, I did not fully understand what he meant even
Your spouse must be your best friend and companion for life. With the connection of friendship and companionship, marriage will get stronger and more loving between the two of you. As you grow in your marriage, so will your friendship and companionship with each other.
In marriages, we need to use Scripture as our foundation for every understanding about marriage and how it applies to our lives. The Lord’s desire for us is to be holy as He is holy (Leviticus 20:26) and the Bible is how He examples holiness to us.
There is an old saying about love and relationships, “opposites attract”. The reason this saying exists is because it is true. God designed men and women differently and that difference attracts us to each other.
In reality, the most important part of the covenant relationship is your relationship with God. Without a relationship with God, marriage can never be fully what it was intended to be.