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Who do you have that keeps you accountable in your marriage? Do you have someone who will ask you how you have been treating your spouse?
Let’s face it, temptation can assault our marriages in a lot of different forms. The Enemy will attack every one of us not only where we are weak, but where we think we are strong.
Think about your spouse. What was the first thing that came to your mind? Was it positive or negative?
It’s no secret that social media can have a dark side. A counselor friend of ours told us that of the couples he meets with who have had affairs, 90% began through contact via social media.
We aren’t anti-social media, but we are all about using it wisely to build your marriage.
In over 33 years of marriage and almost as many years in full-time ministry, we have learned a few things about temptation and sin.
Do you know anyone whose life or marriage has been rocked by things that were done in secret—things that one spouse thought no one would ever find out about?