Are you and your spouse as close as you would like to be? If not, are you prepared to do what it takes to change that?
Many couples find themselves stuck in what we call “maintenance mode.” That’s a relationship where you don’t talk, except in a to-do list format. In that mode, it can be difficult to get close and stay close.
If you don’t work at building a close relationship you will drift apart. The differences that God intended to be a help to your marriage will start to become something that drives a wedge.
The world’s system is a perfect storm for trying to keep men and women upset at each other because of their differences, but God’s Word has the insights you need to have the close and fulfilling relationship that you want!
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In this episode, you’ll learn about the attitude you need to have the relationship you want.
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THE TAKE AWAY
An attitude change (based on the truth of God’s Word) can often bring clarity and a solution to an otherwise insurmountable obstacle in your relationship. Remember, relationships take time and effort. Without the right attitude, you’ll be at risk for letting God-given differences between you and your spouse become wedges. Thank God for His Word and make it your guide to building a strong, fulfilling relationship!
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