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We started on the topic of keeping love alive in our marriages in yesterday’s devotional. Let’s delve in the remaining things we need to keep love alive.

2. Don’t Compare

The grass always seem greener at the other side. Never fall for the comparison trap.

Don’t compare other couples or marriages with your own.

Yes, you can learn from them but never compare.

The truth is you never know that other husband or wife.

Every good marriage you admire sacrificed on their path to get to where they are now.

So rather than compare and blame your spouse for not being like husband A, work on your own marriage, pay your own price and make your own sacrifices.

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3. Don’t withdraw

The withdrawal syndrome is one thing that destroys a marriage fast.

It’s a temporary shield you build around yourself to avoid confronting and dealing with issues.

Don’t withdraw into work, yourself, your passion, activity, church project, children, porn, friends, outings or keeping late nights.

When you hide in withdrawal, you have simply created a vacuum for the devil to fill in your home.

You need to understand each other’s temperament and know how to lovingly respect each other’s differences.

Extroverts and introverts are very different and handle issues differently.

Give each other space. Allow your spouse grow without nagging them.

Be patient with your demands. Don’t expect your wife to change over night. Let the fruit of the spirit grow and manifest in your life.

Allow your marriage to grow. Let it blossom.

If you are presently experiencing a not too pleasant moment in your marriage, let grace flow towards you now, releasing peace, strength and courage to you.

I pray for you, may God’s love and a fresh love for your spouse be shed abroad in your heart now in Jesus name.


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