Sunday, March 1, 2009

TwiceToddlers @ FireProof Bible Study II

This week, out bible study was titled: Love for a Lifetime

Our twins were the only children this time at the bible study. Several other married couples were unable to be there this night.

At this bible study, we were asked if we understood the 'covenant' nature of marriage vows.

The movie scene we watched this week was with Caleb and Michael discussing each other's marriages. Caleb had no connection to his wife anymore. They never talked and they were more like strangers living with each other. Michael on the other hand was the polar opposite. In the scene we watched, Michael glued a salt and pepper shaker together. Caleb took it out of Michael's hand and tried to tear them apart. Michael said to Caleb, "Don't tear them apart, one or both might be torn apart." Well, Michael said something similar to this.

Anyway, this is a great way to describe marriages. Just because something is not working right, does not mean it has to be torn apart. This is where communication in marriage plays an important role.

For Better or For Worse
"Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour." Ecclesiastes 4:9

After the wedding, that is when the marriage begins and all the trials and tribulations that come along with it.

"What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." Matthew 10:9

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