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4 Things to Know Before and After Saying “I Do”

This will help singles know what to look for and help couples know what to pray for concerning their spouses.

Lovebirds! Before you tie the knot, it’s essential to know about marriage. Here are the top ten things to know before saying “I do” – and we’re keeping it real with some scripture to back it up!

  1. Communication is Key

    Is your communication top-notch, or does your tongue cleave to the roof of your mouth when you are together? If you cannot bear your mind in their presence, don’t go ahead!

Are you already married, and you have this issue? Work on it, pray about it, and seek therapy! Things like that don’t improve on their own. Thankfully, Kisses and Huggs Club offers therapy!

Col 4:6 (MSG) Be gracious in your speech. The goal is to bring out the best in others in a conversation, not put them down, not cut them out.

  1. Marriage is a Partnership

    Marriage is a 50/50 partnership, not a 100/0 dictatorship. Understand that compromise and teamwork are essential in navigating life’s challenges together.

If you can’t handle some imperfection, if you can’t forgive, if you have uncontrollable anger tantrums, don’t marry! Stay single! Two are meant to get better, not bitter!

Ecc 4:9 (MSG) It’s better to have a partner than go it alone. Share the work, share the wealth.

  1. Independence is Important.

    You are one flesh, but you have two personalities and two different minds! Marriage should not swallow your individuality, intellect, and reasoning. Love your wife, respect your husband but develop your career and support yourselves.

    Have a life and have some hobbies, but ensure you also have hobbies that bring you together and foster your togetherness.

    Dear ladies; run away from feminism; it’s from the pit of hell.
  2. Respect is Non-Negotiable

    Mutual respect is vital in a marriage. Treat each other with kindness, compassion, and understanding, even in difficult times. Especially for men, respect is such a major issue.

I usually tell ladies, if you can’t respect that man, don’t bother to marry him!

There you have it, dear singles and couples! By knowing these few things before saying “I do,” you’ll be better equipped to build a happy, healthy, and fulfilling marriage. Remember, marriage is a partnership, and with love, respect, and commitment, you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.


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