Do you have fears in your Marriage? I bet you do. Are they hindering or helping your Marriage? Are you being honest with yourself? Do you have accountability in your Marriage?
So today, we had a great conversation. The dialog went from the small things that are said in our Marriage. To the discussion of asking the question of what is your overall fear. I am not sure if I have ever really asked or been asked that question. I got emotional, so I am 100% positive GOD was working something out!
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1 John 4:18
1 John 4:18 New King James Version
18 There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.
Are we as men putting pressure on our wife to offer the perfect LOVE when truly we should be seeking that in Jesus?
Can you hear a comment from a friend or someone, then listen to it from your wife, and the result is different? Are you more hurt by your wife or others?
What are some simple things that are being said that are causing significant issues? Why is that? We would love to share your thoughts join the MarriageMonday discussion group.
How do others view you, your Marriage? Are you struggling with pride or vanity of what others think?
John mentions we are easily offended. It causes a triggered response, which is not healthy or beneficial for my Marriage.
When my wife made a painful yet straightforward decision, I went from 0 to 100. That honestly had nothing to do with the situation; it created fear at that moment. I responded in hurt and pain, therefore hurting my wife.
I love the thought we want a "ride or die" type of relationship with our wife. We want that security but we don't always have that because we are dealing with a partner with different thoughts or backgrounds than us.
We want this unity, but we go about it in different ways!
We are working to be Awesome Husbands. Do you want to join us?
We also talked about the fairytale marriage.