Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Expecting To Give

In your marriage, are you expecting to get, or give? It should be about giving, giving what you may ask? I pray that your marriage has the kind of love, that empowers you to want to give all you have to each other, expecting nothing in return. May you see your love for each other, for what it truly is, a precious gift from God. Your spouse's heart is a valuable treasure, that should be handled with great care, and much prayer. Be blessed my sweet friends.

11 comments:

Pia said...

i pray to God to give us another chance to experience the joy of being married again... to the same person.

stay blessed, dear sister. love ya!

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Denise, if anyone has a good marriage it is Mike and I!! We just celebrated 46 years this past Monday!!
thanks for stopping by. I need to
get busy blogging again!!

Sandy

Barbara said...

AMEN AND AMEN!! God created two, to become one...what a blessing, what a great treasure is placed in our lives when we find that person.

Andrea said...

AMEN, Denise!!
Great post!!

Donetta said...

Hugs to the moon and back!

Mary said...

I enjoy giving much more than receiving. If all marriages were more about give and less about take, the divorce rate would decrease rapidly.

I continue to pray for you and Eddie.

Blessings,
Mary

Caroline said...

Beautiful! Sending you hugs and love.

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Thanks for this reminder, Denise. I am still learning when it comes to marriage responsibilities and roles. :)

Peggy said...

Blessings Denise...what beautiful thoughts from your truly beautiful heart!!! AMEN, amen, amen! May beautiful words on giving & marriage!
Treasures and treasurable words & blessings!

purplemoose said...

Hi Denise, that is a VERY good reminder. Thank you! I am so happy to hear that your Lovebug is making progress. I liked the storm and umbrella analogy, and I too am praying for his healing. You are a winner in my book. . . and at my blog too. :)

eph2810 said...

What great wisdom, Denise. Thank you for always encouraging ut.