Make Your Marriage Better by Learning From Mistakes

MAKE YOUR MARRIAGE BETTER BY LEARNING FROM MISTAKES

Paul Porter

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A diamond discovered in its natural, unrefined state is really nothing spectacular – only after hours of cutting and polishing does its true beauty begin to show. So it is in marriage. Those marriages that appear to be practically perfect in every way are most likely the result of years of cutting, polishing, learning from mistakes, and improving day by day.

Mistakes are a part of every marriage. It’s by learning from those mistakes, that our marriages are cut and polished in order to become the priceless possessions they are intended to be. A prized marriage, just like a diamond, requires a significant amount of effort, and polish, to remove rough edges in order to arrive at the final product.

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First Dates Are For Married COUPLES, Too!

FIRST DATES ARE FOR MARRIED COUPLES, TOO!

Aaron & April Jacob

Yes, you read that right. First dates are for married people, too. When we saw this idea from Kristina Kuzmic, we LOVED it, and knew we wanted to help all of you give this a go.

So, first – watch this short, hilarious, witty, and wise clip below.

Pretty awesome, eh?

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9 Questions that will Invite More Peace into Your Marriage

9 QUESTIONS THAT WILL INVITE MORE PEACE INTO YOUR MARRIAGE

Bethany Bartholomew

It’s a troubled world out there. But it doesn’t have to be troubled in your home. You and your spouse can create peace in your marriage with this one simple thing—humility.

But that word can be kind of vague, and it doesn’t always sound very fun. So what does it mean to be humble? C.S. Lewis is quoted as saying,

“True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.”

And what’s a good way to put that into practice? Here’s one easy way to work on humility and bring peace into your home: ask questions.

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