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We all have seeds to sow into our marriage. It is a fact that we all do not have seeds like money, for example, to sow into our marriage but we all have ‘time and words’ to sow into our marriage.  No one is left without seeds. Everyone can always change their marriage for the better.

1. The seed of kind actions

You married your spouse because you at least liked who they were as a person. There must have been at least one thing you admired about your spouse. We all have the capacity to do kind things to and for our spouses. Those kinds of actions are not ordinary. They are the seeds God has given us to deploy in our marriages.

I Cor13:4-13 talks about the attributes of love and the fact that love never fails. If your spouse is behaving in a selfish manner, you choose to put the power of the seed to use and influence your marriage in a positive way.

Love is always supportive, loyal, hopeful, and trusting.1 Cor 13:7 [CEV]

A miracle happens when we sow our God-given seed. But remember, our seed is only powerful when it is sown. So be a seed sower in your marriage. See your kind actions not as mere actions but as your seed and your God-given influence over your marriage.

2. The seed of Prayers

Another seed we have is our ability to pray. If we viewed prayers as receiving help from God, it will help us to stay committed to the power in prayer.

Prayer is going to the throne of Grace to obtain help.

Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.Heb 4:16 [KJV]

We all need help at one time or another in our marital journey.

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There are times we just don’t seem to be able to hold on any longer or we don’t just seem to know what more to do. When we pray, we bring God into our situation. God answers us in different ways. He may not answer us the way we want to be answered, but we have His promise to answer us.

He may give us the wisdom to handle the situation, patience to hold on, or strength of character to do what is right.

There are such untapped powers in our prayers especially if it is for our marriage.

3. The Seed of Hope

Our hoping for the best and not giving up on our marriage or spouse is important. This is the power that holds all other seeds we have or decide to sow together.

We have hope, and that is why we can sow whatever seed we have. Not giving up on your spouse is needed.

God wants to see our hope alive. So whatever we do, let us not forget to always keep our hope alive. God can restore the most difficult marriage. God can intervene and give us a miracle but we have to keep hope alive.

Let us keep sowing our seeds and know that we will reap a rich harvest if we faint not.

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.Gal 6:9 [KJV]

God bless our marriages.

I sow the right seeds into my marriage.

Oh God, help me to sow the right seeds into my marriage

1 Cor 13:7 [CEV] Love is always supportive, loyal, hopeful, and trusting.

Love up on your spouse

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