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Sanctity Of Marriage

Do you believe in the sanctity of marriage? Do you have any marriage tips that will help maintain the sanctity of marriage?

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Have a date night each week with your spouse.
---Mackie on 5/7/08

Marriage is holy. God wants the marriage bed to be undefied from adultery.
Ask God to enable you to live a holy lifes. Reserve the sexual use of your body for marriage only. This has immense benefits both physical and spiritual.
---ansha5385 on 8/8/07

There are no tips, short cuts or gimmicks to make a marriage work. Christ is the main ingredient you need along with Love and a committment to the other person. The committment is like the glue that holds everything together. Regardless, of what you go through, you stick with the person you have chosen to marry. Both people have to believe this and be willing to stick by this. Otherwise the marriage will suffer.
---Robyn on 7/27/07

I believe in marriage but what does the bible say about my husband seeking other womans attation. he has done it since we got married. and it is very hurtful. we have talked and talked, he say's he know's its wrong, but he dont stop.
---brendalee on 7/27/07

I am Working Jacsi of college of engineering
---jancyrani on 7/23/07

I believe in the sanctity of marriage. I've been married for 7 years and the secret to a happy marriage is accept the way your partner loves you - not the way you think they should love you! (also remembering to cuddle, hold hands, laugh and cry together - remember you have one life and to share it with one person is an awsome gift!) x
---Angela on 7/22/07

Yes trust in God trust your husband or wife. Trust, faith, no doubting on spouse faithfullness, honesty equals true love.
---carol on 7/4/07

The Bible teaches that marriage is likened to the relationship between Christ and the Church. Christ being the husband and the chruch being the bride. This is a VERY holy union. Marriage is to be taken seriously as we are taught it is a lifelong committment. As for tips, I guess the thing that I feel would be most important that some may disagree with is that women and men in marriage should only have friends outside of the marriage of their own sex. Men with men and women with women.
---jody on 5/29/07

well..i think that a true mariage is that one where they don't cheat..this means they love and respect God..and it means they love and respect and admire and thank to God for..their husband/ means they respect and love their husband /wife as being a child of God..and it means they really deserve to be married..and deserve top be blessed by God..yes ..marriage should be a sanctity..because God made the mariage..and God made the man...
---marila on 5/29/07

Elder's repply says it all. It is the path to the eternal.
---Nana on 4/21/07

Yes, I believe in the sanctity of marriage. I am not married myself, but I have heard of wives leaving romantic notes in their husbands' lunchboxes before they went to work, and things of that nature. Giving a little can go a long way.
---amand6348 on 4/20/07

The first marriage was between ADAM and EVE with GOD as the CHIEFPRIEST.
---khaembaam on 3/23/07

I certainly believe in the sanctity of marriage. It's important to keep short accounts with each other; forgive your spouse & yourself (very important). A prayer we often prayed especially when we were 1st married, "Lord, You brought us together by Your Grace, You better keep us together by Your Grace" And He has, we are more in love 2day than ever before. And remember only God in Christ Jesus can fulfill you wholly. Misha.
---Mishon on 3/22/07

I believe in the sanctity of marriage because my husband and I asked God to sanctify it. We married each other in His house, before our Christian community.

To maintain such a marriage, it means keeping God first. We attend church as a family every week. We pray as a family, though not always as often as we should. We live Christlike lives so that our children will know how by our example, including reading the Bible.

We have been truly blessed and feel God's presence in our lives.
---lorra8574 on 3/22/07

Yes I believe in the sanctity of marriage. I believe commitment is key to make a marriage work and serving the Lord first.
---blessings_in_him on 3/21/07

LOVE & RESPECT go together like the entwining of 2 hearts.These 2 ingredients are a must in all marriages because its the fertiliser that helps Growth.Wait on, wait for, as 2 in one flesh .
---Emcee on 3/11/07

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It's O.K. to have discussions in order to come to an agreement. But consider this; if there are two joined together in marraige, both claiming to have the Spirit of God in them, should there be arguements between the two? If both are in Christ, shouldn't there be peace in the relationship?
---mystery on 3/10/07

For the ones that are married and haven't replied to this question. Surely your marriage isn't that crummy that you can't respond to this question. Surely you've had some good times in your marriage. Can't be all bad.
---Rebecca_D on 3/7/07

Absolutely, for two He hath made to be one. It is so important that you maintain its sanctity by being completely honest and open with your other half. This means that at times you are very vulnerable because the other can take advantage, but just as Jesus shares Himself, openly and honestly with us, even sharing those feelings He feels; so we are privileged to do. This can never be demanded, but so important that we listen to the thoughts, convictions, and feelings of the other without judgment.
---Wayne87 on 3/3/07

Listen to your spouse when they talk!!! That is the best advice I came give. So many people just don't listen today. They just want to hear only what they want to hear.
---Susie on 3/3/07

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How about this==Have a date with your first love more often. Like everyday for lunch, or mabe for dinner. Jesus would love your company.
---catherine on 3/3/07

Put God first in all you do, in all the decisions. YOu've heard it takes two to make a marriage, it takes three, God, You, and your spouse. It is hard for me and my husband to get some time alone. He is a Preacher/Policeman/daddy. I am a housewife watching over two youngins'. We worship and praise God together and we help eachother out when one stumbles. We are one in Christ.
---Rebecca_D on 3/3/07

The first thing people must learn is to fall in Love with the Spirit of a person before they fall in love with their body.
People that are attracted to the body of someone loses interest and won't care anymore when that body changes as it ages, ect.
When we fall in love with a persons Spirit first then we have no problem providing loving care and all that goes with it to the body the Spirit lives in no matter what happens.
Meditate, consider and work on this.
---Elder on 3/2/07

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