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Help, I’m Married. I want to protect him! I just don’t want to expose her. That is why I’m not talking! Have you heard that before? This is a simple recipe for marital failure! When there is no sort of guidance or oversight, or, to put it another way, when there is no accountability, a relationship or marriage will always fail, according to experience, counseling, and even the Bible. 

You are not intended to be alone because of how the kingdom of God is set up. Usually, isolation leads to desolation.

Here is God’s word:

God setteth the solitary in families: he bringeth out those which are bound with chains: but the rebellious dwell in a dry land. (Psalms 68:6 KJV)

Help, I’m Married.

God, in His wisdom, has surrounded us with both spiritual and physical families. You must be able to recognize and stick with your spiritual family. God has appointed someone to be in charge of you, someone who can provide you with insight and who can speak into your life when things are rough. 

There are times when you are faced with problems, but the answer is only a few words away in the words of a servant of God who has been anointed.

This is why I frequently get concerned around couples that have no one to answer to. Couples without a mentor over them often make me uneasy. Someone correctly stated that you need mentors to avoid life’s tyrants. 

Help, I’m Married.

Singles, beware of getting involved with someone who has no one to answer to except themselves! Something isn’t right when he or she starts claiming that God is his tutor. 

I’ll explain why it’s so crucial that you marry a responsible person right away. 

Sometimes when a couple calls for counseling, there is only one course of action that makes sense after hearing what they have to say.

If you are already married, understand that marriage is not a plaything. It’s not something that just works out fine without you putting the necessary structures and deliberate effort into healthy marital habits.

Refuse good advice and watch your plans fail; take good counsel and watch them succeed. (Proverbs 15:22 Message)

Help, I’m Married.

God has surrounded you with great people who can help. I do not advocate you talk to “everybody” but both of you must mutually agree on who you can talk to, whom you respect a lot. This person must be a phone call away and should also have a great example in his or her own marriage.

This way, you will avoid unnecessary heartaches in marriage. There is no point in giving yourselves a high BP, just simply get help.

May God grant you more wisdom in Jesus’ name!


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