One of the things God has anointed is the law that govern the operation of a profitable and blissful marriage. We shall continue to examine more of the laws of marriage.
Law of language and communication: Don’t ever use language to attack your spouse. Separate the person from the issue. When it touches the person let it be the communication of love. Stop treating your wife like a property that you bought. 75% of your blessing is because you threat God’s daughter well. Use the law of language to build a powerful relationship with your spouse. Build intimacy and trust with good use of language. Decide today that communication in your home will be to improve your love life and help each other.
Law of sowing and reaping: The husband is a soil for a woman. By nature, women are sacrificial. It is very unusual for a woman to be stingy and selfish. Marriage is a calling to the life of a farmer; there is a season of sowing and reaping. Every couple and even singles must understand this law and approach it with seriousness. You cannot reap what you did not sow. Every man is called into husbandry, that is: a cultivator and sower. How beautiful your marriage becomes is a function of what you decide to sow into each other’s lives. Great marriages are not created but they are built. You can also resolve to stop tearing each other apart and complaining about what is lacking in your spouse and start sowing into each other’s lives.
Law of adaptability: You must adapt to each other; stop trying to change him. God will not change your husband or your wife when you even pray about it, but He will change you in order to adapt to the relationship. Always ask yourself this question, what must I become for this home to work exceptionally? What areas of adjustment do I need to focus on so as to be the man or woman that will suit the marriage? This is the secret of adaptation.
PRAYER: Lord, I pray for the wisdom and patience forpractical application of the law of language, sowing and reaping and adaptability in my relationship and marriage so as to experience your desire in my home in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Isaiah 51:1-53:12, Ephesians 5:1-33, Psalm 69:19-36, Proverbs 24:7