Positive Marriage Quotes & Love Quotes

A collection of the most positive, christian marriage quotations and love Quotes to inspire you by famous authors on marriage.

10 Inspirational Marriage Quotes

I was browsing Pinterest recently and just started reading all kinds of marriage quotes. Some were funny, some were thought-provoking, some were unrealistic and some really hit home. Growing up, I use to love reading different quotes. I was a “book” person; I absolutely loved the library and enjoyed reading different authors and discovering different writing styles. As I have gotten older, I do not read as much as I use to, but I still have that spark in me that is drawn to writing and reading others thoughts. This was really sparked the other night and I just wanted to share with you a few that really spoke to me. I hope you enjoy and find laughs, thoughts and well, love in them. 10

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"Give thanks in all circumstances for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus" - 1 Thessalonians 5:18

A Heart That Gives Thanks To Her Husband

Sometimes it is so easy for us to allow bitterness towards our husbands to take up residence in our hearts instead of having a heart that gives thanks for all he does. You know how it goes. The trash isn’t taken out when we ask. The laundry isn’t folded the way we want it to be folded.  He doesn’t say I love you enough. Or maybe he doesn’t ever ask us out on a date. The list can go on and on. When the list goes on and on, the more the bitterness and resentment seeps into the every crevice of our heart. Please tell me I am not alone in my experience with this? Oh good, so you are with me in experiencing the

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"My husband is a great leader... even if he isn't leading the way i want him to" - Darby Dugger

Allowing Our Husbands To Lead {Without Our Help}

I had been a Christian for five years when I married my Christian husband in late 2004. We had met two years prior while volunteering at our church and he first held my hand when we were on a mission trip to Cuba. We prayed, worshiped, studied the Word, and served others together on a regular basis. Our faith was the foundation of our friendship and the support beams of our relationship. It felt only natural to craft our wedding ceremony to be more about Christ than about us. Perhaps it was my youthful aspirations (I was only 22 at the time), but I talked about what a joy it would be to submit to my Christ-like husband. I had high unrealistic expectations of how he would

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"A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers" - Ruth Bell Graham

How To Resolve Conflict In Your Marriage

I am privileged to have my friend Darlene Schacht from The Time Warp Wife contributing words of wisdom to encourage you today. Darlene writes: Ruth Bell Graham once said, “A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.” This gives us a glimpse into one of the strongest marriages of our time. Married over sixty years, Ruth and Billy Graham understood that anger is inevitable–it comes easy–but forgiveness comes with sacrifice. One of the first fights I ever had with Michael came three years into our marriage. Can you believe that? Three years! I was pregnant with our first child, and my emotions were running wild on me. I remember sitting in the baby’s room folding little undershirts while tears streamed down my cheeks.

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"I love marriage because we refine each other. We experience intimacy. We reflect God's love story"

I Love Marriage!

Yes, it is true… I Love MARRIAGE! I love having a husband and I love being a wife!  Now of course there are days that I would be challenged in this, days that are very hard, days that my husband and I are at each other, nag each other, and tear each other down…but really even then I still love marriage. Why? Because I have grown to know the importance of marriage, the benefit of marriage, God’s great design of marriage and how it works! The more I invest as a wife to knowing these things, the greater my love for marriage grows! Please join me at For The Family where I share 3 Reasons Why I Love Marriage!

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A Messy Marriage Language

Lately I have been experiencing some frustration. Frustration that “I don’t matter” because my garage is a mess. YES, my husband must not love me because he has let the garage go and has not taken the time to keep it clean ~ how I like it. The garage should always be clean because I expect it that way and it’s much more inviting! How in the world can my husband allow the garage to be so dirty and unorganized when he knows how important it is to me for it to be tidy and perfect!?! Sound familiar? If it does I have a pretty good idea your love language is the same as mine and that is “acts of service.” “Acts of Service”: doing a

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