Every time I look into his eyes, all I see is the love of the Lord in them. My husband has a forgiving heart, cute silent romantic pauses, surprising strong hugs and caring ogling looks, that only remind me why I said "I Do" 26 1/2 years ago ...
Here's another one of my Dominican Danish's tremendous qualities ...
Colossians 3:19 (ESV) - Husbands, love your wives, and do not be harsh with them.
I'm so GRATEFUL to God, because every word that comes out of my Honey Bun's mouth is full of life lessons, love and respect ... #Sweet. The heavenly part about our marriage is that whenever we sit down in our favorite spot at home (the kitchen) we love to chat about our 4 playful Diamond sons, life and don't laugh (politics). We sound like 2 love birds, chirping away about how blessed we are to have met 27 1/2 years ago, in that Holy Ghost filled Church ...
Life offers each couple something new, difficult in a sense; but key to bringing a husband and wife closer together. That's an essential factor during this time of the year, where these loving individuals need to focus more their attention on why their together, instead of what their spouse is going to give them for Christmas ... Henceforth, why don't you add this to your Christmas list and you'll see how merry both of you will feel?
Colossians 3:14 (NCV) - Even more than all this, clothe yourself in love. Love is what holds you all together in perfect unity.
Here's our Christmas present to all of you couples that are on the verge of separation or divorce, and it goes like this, "don't continue to remind each other about your past mistakes and why not take some time to reminisce on the first time you two meet and finally why you two fell in love ... #ReadySetGo!
Written by Pastor Nancy Advincola (C)Copy Right 2011 All Rights Reserved