Friday, August 14, 2015

Tips For Renewing A Soured Marriage



Is your marriage about to the hit the rock, is the once honey pie love turning sour, is all that is daily stirring at your marriage now divorce? 


Wait a minute, before you conclude read this.


You will be amazed at what this piece will do to turn a soured wine of your marriage to a fresh wine to re-sweeten your home.


What makes a marriage last, how can I regain the forgotten memories of love, care, appreciations and affections I used to get from my spouse, how did this stranger called hatred, bitterness anger and pains stealthily creep into my once peaceful, comfortable and lovable home? 


The answer to these questions may not be readily available depending the situation and circumstances, but one thing that is sure is that there is an answer to a trouble marriage and home. 


Below are some of the answers;


Let's see what the great Book has to say about a sour marriage or relationship: 

John 2 verse 3 “ And when they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus saith unto him, they have no wine” 


The cure or solution to your marriage starts here, there will always come a time in your marriage, when the wine that sweeten it will run sour, when that aura that attracted both of you at first sight will get diminished, when that decision that made you to say if not him or her, I will never marry anyone else will wean out.


In the above quoted scriptures, the wine in the feast got finished. 

The only solution they could think of was to approach the fresh wine giver (Jesus Christ) 


In your marriage, you can as well approach Jesus Christ for a renewal of lost love through prayer and faith in His Word. 


Remember at the altar you promised you will go “for better for worse” to restore love, joy and happiness in your marriage. 


Let’s see the only prescription of Jesus for this problem and challenge. “wives, submit yourself unto your own husband, as unto the Lord. Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the Church, and gave himself for it” Eph. 5 : 22 and 25. 


Humble submission from both parties is inevitable for the restoration of the good old days in your marriage.


This is the only cure to the problem of marriage. mutual respect and submission from both of you in respective of wealth, lack, looks or weak performance will rekindle that dead fire


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