Thursday, 23 May 2019

Must Read: Am I A Friend Of My Spouse?

"A man who has friends must himself be friendly, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother." (Proverbs 18:24)

Lots of married couples live like two strangers in the same house, bound under a vow and that's bondage. Your spouse is supposed to be your best friend, your close confidant. 


What does it really take to build this level of relationship with your spouse?
Apostle Pride Sibiya and Anna Tendayi Chiweshe Sibiya

The key word is found in the scripture stated above "MUST HIMSELF BE FRIENDLY".This is not a gender-based admonition rather it applies to both a man and his wife. The kind of person you are determined the kind of person you attract. You want a spouse that is fun to be with, then you must, first of all, make yourself fun to be with.

Stop waiting for your spouse to initiate this, you take the first step. Put away the macho ego, the culturally limited mindset, feminine pride and go all out to change the climate of your home or if you are single, change the atmosphere around you.
Remember, being friendly is all about consciously developing a favourable, fun to be with, disposition towards your spouse. It's a conscious, deliberate effort you must make to achieve this. You are the friend that should stick closer to your spouse than a brother.

The question we need to ask ourselves is this: What does it take to be friendly? Regarding my spouse, what responses, gestures, and attitudes would he or she consider as friendly?

PRAYER: Lord, help me to be nice and caring to my spouses and family members even when don't feel good about them.

Nwachukwu Kelvin

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