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.

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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You will go through seasons of marriage, don’t give up!

The One Piece Of Advice I Wish People Told Me Before I Got Married

Like many brides-to-be, I received a lot of advice when I got married. They were short and sweet. Don’t go to bed angry.         Pick your battles.                No name-calling.                       Don’t compare your marriage. They all seemed so tried and true. They all seemed like good advice to a young and passionate couple who were madly in love. Looking back though – if there was one piece of advice I wish people would have told me before I got married, it would be… You will go through seasons of marriage, don’t give up! Because seasons are longer than days. Longer than moments. Longer than just

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"Give thanks for all of the opportunities that even our struggles bring"

Building A Thankful Family

I am honored to have Lizzy from Life As Lizzy sharing with us a fall tradition for the family.  My friend Lizzy is an extraordinary wife who has a huge heart for God! Below is a link back to her personal blog where you can find out more about her story, including her diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension. Lizzy writes: For the past few years we started a tradition at my house. It starts on November 1st. The writing of thankfulness on little note cards. Each child writes their own and so does dad and mommy. They go up on the wall, a Thanksgiving Tree. Growing each day, blossoming with leaves of thanksgiving notes. This tradition has changed things in our household. In my marriage too.

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When we feel like the storms of life are raging and we can no longer hold on, God holds us firm and secure. - Liss East

Anchor of My Soul

We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. – Hebrews 6:19 For so long, I had felt crippled by my fears. My broken past allowed Satan to have a stronghold on me and I let my guilt and shame manifest. I didn’t realize how it was affecting my marriage and my ministry until one day when I felt like I was drowning. When we feel like the storms of life are raging and we can no longer hold on, God holds us firm and secure. We will never waver when we are anchored to the hope only God can provide. When the worries of life become unbearable and we can’t bear our burdens any longer, we must cling to God’s

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Praying Together In Marriage

Always rejoice, constantly pray, in everything give thanks. For this is Gods will for you in Christ. – 1 Thessalonians 5:16  This bible verse was given to me by my husband yesterday. I’m in the hospital again, for the second time this week. I am having blood pressure issues with my 5th baby on the way. At 35 weeks our daughter is not quite ready to be born. Our team of doctors are trying to keep us both as healthy as they can. I asked my husband to come up with a verse that I could meditate on through this rough situation. We have been through this once before with our son Jack who is 8 years old now. That was a situation that resulted in

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Don’t allow past sins to mar the sexual intimacy God designed for you to have.

The Other Scriptures About Marital Sex

Writing a Christian sex blog, I’ve become very familiar with the standard passages about marital intimacy, such as Genesis 2:24, Proverbs 5, Song of Solomon, and 1 Corinthians 7. As practical-minded wives, we often want to know What must I do? and then to flip over to the well-worn spots in our Bible that give us the direct answer. “Okay, I’m supposed to have sex with my husband. I’ll add that in here right between grocery shopping and soccer practice. Check.” Yet I’ve come to believe that every scripture that applies to how we treat one another applies to how we treat one another in the marital bedroom. God wants to bless our marriages with deep, bonding physical intimacy, and His Word gives us plenty

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