Praying in dating
I find myself thinking about what I can say to honor my husband all throughout the day.
Selfishly, I love to hear what he will say about me each night.
This teaching is packed with insight and wisdom for your marriage so set some time aside to listen to the entire thing, but if you’re short on time you’ll find the way of prayer Father suggested below. Even on nights when we’re exhausted and have stayed up a little too late watching Netflix, we can find enough energy to keep this method of prayer going.
Praying this way has led me to search for the good in my husband and in our marriage.
True love isn’t a selfish act—rather it’s the unconditional love that flows from the Spirit of God into their relationship.
Physical attraction is trumped by the pure love of God that couples can show one another.
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John Riccardo popped up in my newsfeed and completely changed the way my husband and I pray together.
Though I tell him everything and share all aspects of my life with him, I’ve always seemed to stumble when it comes to our prayer time together.
Our first few years of marriage, I forced myself to say something, but it really wasn’t the pray of my heart and it felt awkward and forced.
Many times he has mentioned little things that I assumed no one even noticed I had done.
I feel valued and motivated to keep serving my family when I hear the things my spouse is thankful for. That proved a little too challenging, but it is fun to try to think of something that hasn’t been said before!
True love is willing to wait and patiently allow the relationship to grow in God’s timing.