Too Full to Chew

While eating dinner with family members a few weeks ago, I noticed our little granddaughter’s cheeks were bulging like a chipmunk. She had shoved so much food into her mouth that she couldn’t even chew. Concerned about choking, mom jumped up and quickly removed a portion of the food and within moments, eating had resumed and a potential disaster was averted. Many of us married couples today tend to be just like our grand baby.

 

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"Being a Student of Your Spouse"

It’s no surprise that students who take notes retain what they learn better than those who don’t. But, did you know studies have shown that most college students fail to record approximately 40% of the most important points in a typical lecture? I believe the same can be said about marriage. Spouses who intentionally share responsibilities naturally experience a better marriage than those that don’t. However, we find that when each spouse consistently studies their mate, and serves them according to their love languages, the marriage relationship thrives. 

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Marriage Mission Statement

Have you and your spouse ever taken time to create a mission statement for your marriage? A mission statement communicates to others what you are about and where you are going. It expresses your core values regarding God, your spouse and your children. Not only does it establish a tone for your marriage today, but maybe more importantly, it is a declaration of where you want your family to be in the future. 


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