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Married but lonely

by | Jan 20, 2019 | Sermon

Text: Gen 1:27; 2:20

Questions couples should answer to know whether they are living in a house or home or there is a challenge.

  • Does 99% of the entire conversation consists of the following words? Okay!, Fine!, It’s good!, Sure!, I don’t know!, I forgot it!. All these short words could cause damage to the home if one is not careful
  • Is your spouse passionate only during sex?
  • Does your spouse love his/her phone/Tv/job more than you?
  • Does your spouse like discussing personally with you during conflict?

Be careful in your home when you start noticing the below mentioned:

  • When your spouse is answering a question with a question
  • When your spouse behaves as if he/she is ignorant of what you are talking about
  • When there is massive generalization
  • When you discover that your spouse refuse to talk. It is a pointer that something evil is about to occur in your home. Nothing solves issues like dialogue. Not talking is a sign of loneliness.
  • When your spouse slams the door or bangs the table in the midst of a discussion. Every woman should learn to keep their home, be submissive and study the countenance of their husband.
  • When the only time to discuss is during sex.

Learn to look at your spouse’s face consistently and appreciate him/her

1 Comment

  1. ayanleke olatoye

    May God help us.

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