A Love for All Seasons

Love is longsuffering

                         Love is kind

        Love does not envy

                    Love is selfless

Love is humble

                    Love is temperate

         Love reaches out

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Love is patient

                  Love thinks the best

         Love embraces truth

                               Love endures

Love is faithful

                               Love hopes

         Love always wins

Marriage is a relationship to be celebrated, not tolerated. The Love Defender was received in a night vision. It is designed to bring us back to our marriage vows and to improve on and solidify them. Marriage is God’s first ordained human institution. It is not going as well as He would like it. He desires change for the better.


Note to the single: if you are a Christian and you desire to be married, begin with establishing your pursuit on the Word of God. Consult the Lord first. It should be clearly understood that God is the best Matchmaker. God, who is all-wise, knows all things.


It is needful that we trust the Lord with our marriages. In doing so, we will avoid many troubles, and divorce will not be a part of our future. In line with this truth, we can confidently embrace the Scripture that tells us that what God has put together no man is authorized to take apart, (Matthew 19:5-6).


We must become accustomed to extracting the life substance God provides in His Word and applying God's Word to our marriage relationships. The Word of God is guaranteed to work for us with one condition; we must be willing to obey it.

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In the married couple’s life, submission is a significant element for apprehending success in the relationship. Willingness to submit one to the other in the marriage demonstrates our reverence of and obedience to God’s Word, (Ephesians 5:21).


In some modern societies, liberty and freedom are misused and misunderstood to the degree that they violate some of God’s standards as it pertains to marriage. In Scripture God said, “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands as unto the Lord.” This does not mean that if the husband is out of the will of God that the wife should be subject to him. It does mean, however, that the wife should acknowledge and cooperate with the structure God has established; that is, to regard her husband's role as the leader in the marriage, (Ephesians 5:22, 24). This is no different from the regard one would give an employer, manager, or supervisor in the corporate and work environment.


With the same token, the husband is given a commission to love his wife as Christ loved the Church and gave Himself for it. The love and care of the husband is purposed to beautify his wife. The husband is commissioned to nourish and cherish her as his own body. Even as Christ laid down His life for the Church, Scripture entreats the husband to lay aside his agendas for his wife’s well-being (Ephesians 5:25-29). 

Your marriage is all about the Covenant!
Renew your vows today; say 'I do', again.
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In Christ, the order in the marriage is structured as the Lord being the head of the man and the man the head of the woman. God made the woman from the man, so according to God’s order, the husband is the head of his wife even as Christ is the head of the Church (Ephesians 5:23).


Here lie the keys to a successful marriage: the husband should love his wife, the wife should submit to her husband, and both should faithfully apply forgiveness to every offense (Matthew 6:14-15). When the couple truly loves the Lord, each will humbly surrender to God’s command regardless of the circumstance. Furthermore, how wonderful, satisfying, and complete the marriage might be should both husband and wife decide to love, submit to, and forgive each other. A Spirit-filled individual will love God and keep His commandments in protecting and preserving his or her marriage.