Sunday 22 July 2012

Marriage - a precious commodity!

I saw this on Facebook and it really touched my heart.  Marriage is something that we need to work on all the time but it is also to be valued and treated like fine china, a precious commodity!  Treated like the blessing it should be and never taken for granted.


Another byte of wisdom gleaned off facebook (who knew?!)


I pray for you all a blessed week full of promise and grace
God bless
Tracy


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21 comments:

  1. Lovely post as usual....marriage is hard, but if it was easy no one would want to try it....with God at the head of our marriages it really is the only way to make it successful

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  2. I needed this today. Thank you.

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  3. Beautiful! Thanks you. ANd I love your Links " strips"!

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  4. It can so easily be taken for granted as lives get busy and surviving takes precedent. I am thankful for 24 years of marriage. Both parties need to spend time polishing their sides. I loved learning about the five love languages - that helped me see that he says "I love you in" his top languages every day.

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  5. Amazing what we find on FB & from Pinning!!! :) :)
    Beautiful thoughts Tracy dear; and ones that should be taken to heart and practiced more often than we (me!) probably do.

    Blessings and hugs for a wonderful week!
    XXOO
    Denise

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  6. I love those 10 Ways to Love!

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  7. Don't you love all the cool stuff we can find on FB?

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  8. Words of wisdom from Facebook...wonderful!

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  9. I recently heard a message from a radio pastor on men loving their wives as Christ loves the Church. The most beautiful picture of marriage. Man and even religion has put so many different perceptions to marriage, it's refreshing to see it defined in all of it's beauty. Thank you!

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  10. I agree wholeheartedly - marriage should be protected and "never taken for granted". It is a treasure. Thank you for this.

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  11. I love my sweet Hubby so much and I always try to remember to not take for granted this wonderful gift that God has given me. Thank you for sharing these today! Stopping in from OYHT.

    Simply God's Girl

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  12. You are so right -- treating our marriages so delicately, caring for them as we would a newborn baby. Love it!

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  13. I've spent the day with my husband, he working on a paper while grading some of his own students. Me writing. Looking up to discuss, to laugh at wrong spellings and just smile at each other. Taking the time for a marriage to grow is worth every minute.

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  14. Love, love, love it! Thanks for sharing this Tracy!

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  15. Thank you for sharing these tips Tracy... they are excellent!

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  16. Thank you Tracy for sharing here at "Tell Me a Story." The saying about marriage is beautiful, and I love the Ten ways to love, accented with a scripture! Oh that we might always follow the ways to promote love! This is a Wonderful reminder!

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  17. This is so lovely! Marriage is so important in our society, so underrated anymore. We need to get back on track :)

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  18. Another great post, Tracy. I agree with what Kathleen said - the concept of Biblical marriage is being destroyed and we do need to get it back on track.

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  19. I loved this. You always share such encouragement and truth. Thank you for linking up! Have a wonderful week dear friend. I hope to see you again on Thursday.

    Blessings~
    Shari

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