Often in a marriage couples tend to take each other for granted, they become so use to everyday living that they neglect to remember how it was in the beginning of their relationship.
Is the romance still in the marriage is the question? Do you still make that same amount of time you did when you first stared out? Is the patience still there or are you both to short on it? What about those conversations that you would have for hours into the wee mornings? Or have those conversations become a thing of the past?
What about love-making? Are you both still enjoying each other like you the very first time you made love? Or has it become a chore in which you aren’t doing it as much? Are you both still attractive sexually to one another? Or has that light been put out long time ago that you can’t even remember?
When it comes to marriage it’s not easy it comes with its own set of problems. There is not one perfect marriage on earth, for there are no perfect people. And what couple don’t have problems, there aren’t always easy solutions to them. Married people have all types of concerns children, careers, household, finances, and the list goes on and on.
But for a moment I want all the married couples do step back and remember the day you saw each other and when you knew you was in love. Remember how you stood there on that blessed day declaring your love for each other in front of witnesses saying that you could not live without this person being in your life.
From this day forward keep that in mind, the reason I say this is because after couples have been married for some time we do tend to take each other for granted, we neglect what is important in the marriage. Life is going to happen there is nothing any of us can do about that, but as long as the husband and wife are willing to keep on loving each other you will make it. I am not saying it is going to be easy, it’s going to stretch you both. For it will be your love that you have for each other that will cause you stay together. The vows you both took that day, let that same love cover your marriage.
In closing true love never gives up 1 Corinthians 13:7 Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.