Listening is an act of love. When you listen to people, you are communicating non-verbally that they are important to you.
Christlikeness means to live and act as Christ lived and acted.
When you listen to your spouse, you are communicating non verbally that they are important to you.
Value your wife by valuing what she says.
God will bless you and your marriage when you follow His blueprint.
The basic question is not how much of our money we should give to God, but how much of God's money we should keep for ourselves.
True biblical love is a selfless commitment of one's body, soul, and spirit to the betterment of the other person.
Our wives, our families, and our churches need godly men who have discernment--discernment to deal with life and life-issues on a spiritual level.
There is no greater treasure than a husband who models godliness before his wife and children on a daily basis.
Every good marriage must be a friendship between two people who are willing to sacrifice for the other person.
Marriage is a team effort. Grow closer to each other as you grow closer to God.
Communication is not so much about what you say, as what you don't say.
Communication is not a one-way street.
God has given you two ears--that should tell you something about the importance of listening.
The closer a husband is to God, the closer he will grow to his wife.
You can make your marriage a little bit of heaven on earth by following God's plan of teamwork.
Thanks be to God that, even though at times we may “forget” Him, He never forgets us.
You will never be a leader in any area of your life if you are not a reader in those areas of life.