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My Spouse Wants to Go 💔

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6 (ESV)

This verse from Proverbs is often considered a fatherly one because it speaks to the importance of setting a good example and laying down strong foundations for the future—whether it’s for your children, your spouse, or even for yourself.

3 Points on Why It’s Important to Return to Church if Your Spouse Wants to:

  1. Strengthening Your Spiritual Bond:
    • If your spouse feels the need to go to church, it’s a wonderful opportunity for both of you to deepen your faith together. Relationships often thrive when you’re aligned in your spiritual pursuits. Think of it as dual journeys to the same eternal destination. 🌱
  2. Promoting Unity and Understanding:
    • Going to church together can serve as a shared experience, a communal activity that strengthens the bond between you two. It’s also a chance to understand what draws your spouse to church, opening up meaningful conversations about faith, beliefs, and life goals. Isn’t it beautiful when two souls seek enlightenment together? ✨
  3. Setting an Example:
    • This ties back to our fatherly Bible verse. By returning to church, you set a positive example for others in your community and even for your own family, if you have one. You’re not just hearing messages about kindness, love, and humility—you’re living them. And that can make all the difference in your home. 🏠

So, if your spouse wants to go, why not take it as a divine nudge to explore, grow, and connect? The church doors are open, and maybe, just maybe, they’re the gateway to something even greater for your marriage and your life. 🙏

God Bless Greg

Darlene & Greg
Darlene & Greg

Author

  • Greg Gaines

    Father / Grandfather / Minister / Missionary / Deacon / Elder / Author / Digital Missionary / Foster Parents / Welcome to our Family https://jesusleadershiptraining.com/about-us/

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