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Word 4 U 2day/Instrument Rated (8)

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Instrument Rated (8)

'Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love...' Ecclesiastes 9:9 NIV

Instrument rated for marriage. Today Christian marriages are falling apart at the same rate as non-Christian marriages. And those who go through it need our love, not our condemnation. But clearly, something's wrong that needs to be put right! Two of the leading causes of divorce are financial stress and pornography. When you become overextended by purchasing things you can't afford and don't need, you're heading into trouble. And when you open your mind to sexual fantasy, you entertain images your mate can't live up to, and your relationship begins to deteriorate.

Solomon writes, 'Catch us the foxes, the little foxes that spoil the vines, for our vines have tender grapes.' (Song of Solomon 2:15 NKJV) Notice the word 'tender'. When we fail to treat one another tenderly, graciously, lovingly, considerately and with respect, the plane we're flying in together takes a nosedive.

A neglected partner is vulnerable to anyone who comes along. Resentment wells up and takes over. If God's Word doesn't work in your home and in your marriage, then it won't work anywhere else! An instrument rated Christian understands that the secret of having a good marriage is not just in finding the right person, but in the right person. And that can only happen when you make a daily commitment to living by the principles of God's Word and demonstrating the fruits of the Spirit (see Galatians 5:22).

A comedian quipped that one spouse said to the other, 'I never knew what real happiness was until I married you - now it's too late.' Unless you want that to be your story, start tending the home fires.

written by Bob Gass