Faith, peace, joy, and gratitude are corner stones for a healthy marriage. Great blog by Paul.
A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.
They liked each other as soon as they met, so they started dating. They did all kinds of fun things. They saw movies and went to concerts. They both liked to ski, loved the same music, and enjoyed talking about the Bible. They had fun together. They laughed often. They made life feel good for anyone who was around. It was obvious to them and their friends that they were meant to be together, so they got married. They were best friends.
After the wedding, they settled into their new life together, and the dating gradually stopped. Life got serious, and they forgot the importance of having fun together.
Almost every time I ask an engaged couple what drew them together and what they like about each other, invariably their answer is that they…
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