Being married, we have our days when there is conflict. It’s apart of the relationship. At times, we can be selfish and stubborn creatures. If you think about it, most of our arguments are either because we did not get “our” way or we misunderstand what our spouse said…miscommunication. Somehow what seem to be small disagreements now have exploded and resulted to not speaking to one another.
If you find in your marriage that you are at war more than you love, there are deeper issues that need to be addressed. Misery is not what we signed up for when we said, “I Do.”
Today, as you read this, if you and your spouse are on the outs, I encourage you to be the peacemaker. We never know what the day holds and we can take life for granted sometimes. We would rather walk around angry and upset instead of trying to make peace with one another. Make peace in your home today. Let the peace of God start in you and with you.
God has granted each of us only a little while here on earth. Don’t spend your days uptight and full of tension. One day you will look back and wonder where the time has gone. I can’t say it enough enjoy each other while you have the chance.
Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone. Romans 12:18
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. Matthew 5:9