Best Christian Relationship Advice for Couples

Mickey | General | Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

After the days of picking out beautiful wedding rings and the wedding and honeymoon are over, you may find yourself alone with your partner and needing some good Christian relationship advice. The time has come to spend the rest of your lives together, but you hope with all of your heart that the union will be blessed to last. The most important thing needed in a sacred union is to anchor the relationship to Christ as the center of the relationship.

One of the things you can expect is for any marriage to have disagreements over a lot of things, like household expenses, dealing with personal difference and attitudes, over bickering with in laws and even trivial things like what is for dinner. Along the way, more serious problems come up and disagreements become frequent. At the end of the day, you have to realize why you swore to love each other in sickness and in health. But it is always easier said than done.

Early on the Christian marriage, Christian couples should commit to love your partner and offer your love for each other to God. Make the Almighty One the center, the rock on which you lean on, the anchor on which the relationship holds on to when the boat shakes and waves crash in. Give time for praise and worship and do it together. Do not forget God and do not neglect your spouse. Do not be afraid in showing affection, do not hold back, do not take grudges, and remember to hold each other’s hand. Remember your promise to God when you swore to unconditionally love and take care of each other.

If you continually give time for praise and worship, you will find that your marriage is taken care by God. Rest assured that when you do not lose sight of God’s grace each day, you relationship will grow and be strong day by day. This is essentially the core of Christian relationships. Lastly, nobody said everything will be easy, so expect difficult situations, and perhaps even Christian marriage counseling. But do not fear and feel security as long as your marriage finds its center in Christ our Savior.

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