How I Fight To Keep My Marriage Strong

I’ve been married to my best friend for 21 years! And friends, let me tell you, our marriage hasn’t been easy! It’s been hard work. There have been times when I honestly didn’t know if we would last. Times when I just wanted to give up because it was hard and painful.

But now I’m so thankful for the healing I see when I look back. I see how through time our marriage has grown and is still growing. Through time, brokenness finds healing, a heart learns to trust again and true redemption is possible.

God has been the glue that keeps my marriage together. I love the triangle graphic. The top of the triangle is God and the sides are the husband and wife. As each spouse grows closer to God, they, in turn, grow closer to each other.

And in order to stay close to the Lord, we need to fight the good fight of faith. We need to pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness.

The Bible says in 1 Timothy 6:12 

Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.

 

Sometimes we need to do battle and fight the good fight of faith for our marriages. Over 20 years of marriage I've learned how to fight to keep my marriage strong.

I believe we need to do the same for our marriages. 

And so I’ve learned over the course of my marriage when hard times come, I get ready to do battle. Battle for my marriage. Battle for my faith.

I would love for you to read the rest of this post at my friend Shannon Geurin’s blog where I share some ways I’ve learned to fight for my marriage. Shannon is a gifted writer with a powerful marriage testimony. If you get a chance, check out her blog!

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