Thursday, 20 October 2016


This week, we will focus on the couple themselves. This topic of discussion needs to address all married individuals experiencing various forms of disunity in their relationship. Let’s remind ourselves that according to the Job 14:1, “Man who is horn of woman is of few days and full of trouble.”

Why are your marriages suffering today? It is as a result of financial crises, childlessness, drugs, misunderstanding, laziness, lack of accommodation, lack of job etc? Please, be patient and understand the fact that these problems happen to every individuals, families around the world and your case is not exceptional.

Begin to think what to do to rekindle your marriage. Think of where you went wrong, what you did wrong that led to the trouble. When you try in your quite time to ponder about these issues at hand, it is called reflection. Note that many marriages have been put asunder by the couple for little or nothing that would have amounted to such issue because of improper understanding of what challenges affecting every individual. Come to think of it, brother and brother, sister and sister have issues. Does that give room for separation? The answer is NO.

So, we subscribe to a wholehearted reflection on what Jesus Christ desires and deserves, which will lead to commitment and this commitment is born of reflection meaning wholeheartedness of being aflame for God, the maker of marriage.

Let’s implore ladies, women, mothers, and family gender concerned in issues of troubled marriage to have hope, trust, and confidence in the words of God  when seeking help and should be careful unlike the fools in Psalm 14:1, “The fool has said in his heart ‘there is no God.’ They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none who does good.”

Instead, we should struggle consistently with the problem in thoughts, discussion, searching the scripture, reading books, attending workshops on marital issues, counseling and above all, prayer.

As we do so, some difficulties will be either wholly or partly cleared up. A good example is in the Proverb 14:1, “The wise woman builds her home, but the foolish pulls it down with her hands.” You may like to know what makes her be referred to as a wise woman. Kindly check your bible in Job 28: 28, “. . . . . to be wise, you must have reverence for the Lord.” So, if in your effort to tackle your marriage crisis and you follow as mentioned earlier and then, in spite of those which remain, we should retain our belief about scripture on the ground that Jesus himself taught and exhibited it more important still know, God has loved, redeemed, adopted and recreated us in Christ.

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