It is hilarious! But it is also life impacting.
We both had great first marriages and learned a lot of do's and don'ts to hopefully make our marriage even better. One thing that helps make marriages better is to make an effort to work at it every day.
We do just that.
We begin each day with prayer together, and we go through the day doing our best to bless each other. As newlyweds, we are still learning each other so adjustments are not even in view yet. We are on a grand honeymoon and not worrying about a whole lot. We are "in love."
Marriage is God's intended way to bring the fullest of blessing in life, and we are blessed twice over with new love and God's blessings and favor.
We still haven't had an argument or disagreement, but I know it is inevitable. Every couple is bound to have disagreements and even some very major ones. Paul made it clear that those who marry will have trouble....
I Cor. 7:22 ".... But those who marry will face many troubles in this life, and I want to spare you this."
Marriage has trouble?
Yes, you can be happy one day and married the next!
Yes, marriage is full of trouble so it is best to learn how to navigate through the rough waters. The fun part is learning how to paddle together.
Mark Gungor hits the mark defining the differences of thinking processes between men and women. He also gives some incredible insight on how to face "trouble" in marriage and make it work. I found the following YouTube video clip by Mark. It is insightful.
Click on Mark Gungor and learn and enjoy!