Ever feel stuck? This is for you!
Dutch artist Rembrandt once said to practice what you know, and it will help make clear what you currently don't know.
As you go through the marriage life cycle, there will be plenty of times when you don't know what to do. Don't fret ... just practice what you know.
After yesterday's message about not giving up hope, I received a number of comments from spouses who said the message was just for them. Some said they were frustrated, some said they were on the verge of giving up, and some said they didn't know what to do.
Based on Rembrandt's advice, do what you currently know to do.
That brings up the question, "What do I know to do?"
These are just a few of the things you know to do because the Bible commands them.
Are these things always easy? Heck no!
Doing any of these goes against your flesh (ego & pride). It goes against your desire to be right and feel justified. It goes against your need to handle matters in your own way. However, doing things your way sets you up for destruction in your faith & married life.
Practice doing God's word that you know to do. It will help make clear what to do about what you currently don't know to do.
Kevin B. Bullard, Marriage Works! Founder