8 Lies that Destroy Marriage

Marriage was designed by God

Marriage was designed by God to be a picture of Christ’s love for the church and our honor and submission to Him. The Apostle Paul taught this important principle in Ephesians 5. But we also learn in Colossians 3:17 that our life’s purpose is bring glory to God in our words, in our actions, in Everything! You will not find a verse in Scripture where God tells you to do whatever it takes so you can to be happy and fulfilled as an individual.

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8 Lies that Destroy Marriage

This list of 8 Lies that Destroy Marriage from Family Life are good warnings and reminders of what marriage is all about and what it is not.

Lie #1: “My happiness is the most important thing about my marriage.”

Lie #2: “If I don’t love my spouse any longer, I should get a divorce.”

Lie #3: “My private immorality does not affect my marriage.”

Lie #4: “My sin (or my spouse’s sin) is so bad that I need to get a divorce.”

Lie #5: “I married the wrong person.”

Lie #6: “My spouse and I are incompatible.”

Lie #7: “Breaking the marriage covenant won’t hurt me or my children.”

Lie #8: “There’s no hope for my marriage—it can’t be fixed.”

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Read the entire article on Family Life’s website: http://www.familylife.com/articles/topics/marriage/staying-married/gods-plan-for-marriage/8-lies-that-destroy-marriage