Marriage Tune-up

Marriage Tune-up

Marriages are like cars. When new, they usually run great. Couples go the extra mile to please their spouse. They work to serve each other, are quick to forgive, there is romance, passion, and fun times. Each is willing to sacrifice and serve the other. Yet if couples don’t work at maintaining their marriage they often will begin to take each other for granted. They assume and presume that their spouse is just fine. Then the inevitable happens. There is a breakdown in communication, fights, conflicts, cold wars, and selfish fits become increasingly more frequent. These are warning signs that unless some serious maintenance is done, the engine is going to blow up. While the world may find it convenient to get rid of a spouse when they get boring or troublesome, this is not an option for Christians.

The good news is that God is the ultimate marriage mechanic. He is able to repair any problem and restore to new even the most hideous wrecks. This is what this study is all about. It is routine maintenance for your marriage. If you apply what you learn, your marriage will receive a major tune up and may possibly run better than it ever has before. Know this for certain – God gives you all the resources you need to have an incredible marriage full of joy and peace.

Subjects to be discussed in the lessons to follow:

  1. The Foundation of a Godly Marriage: “Knowing Christ, Walking in the Spirit, and Forgiving”
  2. Making Your Marriage a Priority
  3. Biblical Roles in the Marriage Relationship
  4. Communication in Marriage
  5. Dealing with Conflict in Marriage
  6. Love Your Spouse Effectively
  7. Keeping the Fires of Romance Burning
  8. Question and Answer Study

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