If God has called you and your spouse to be together, then He has determined that you are designed to help one another. “The LORD God said, ‘It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.’ ” (Genesis 2:18, Holy Bible, New International Version) God created Eve to serve as a helper for Adam. Adam, likewise is to serve as a helper for Eve. Since God has created you, and put you here for a particular assignment, a particular calling, and has given you a wonderful asset (your spouse), and the year has just come to an end, it’s time to do a self-evaluation of the relationship. How have you been treating that asset that God has given you? How is your spouse?
· Men, is your wife as happy and joyful as when you met her? Is her smile as bright and broad as ever? Does she feel loved and appreciated? Or, is she overwhelmed and overworked? What are her dreams, and what are you doing to help her realize them? What will keep her excited about her life? What will get her excited about her relationship with you? What can you do to encourage her to strengthen her relationship with God?
· Ladies, is your husband happy and content as he was in the beginning? What brings him joy? What’s puts a smile on his face? What are his dreams, and how are you helping him achieve them? What will get him excited about you and the relationship? What can you do to encourage him to strengthen is relationship with God?
Today’s passionate relationship principle (PRP) is a continuation of our previous passionate relationship principle, and it’s in the form of a question: How effective were you? How would you rate yourself on your performance for the year?
Dr. Simon Whittaker – The Relationship Doctor at Center for Passionate Relationships (CPR)
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