When does your love become patient with your spouse? I guess when both of you have learned to accept one another.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution for all the different personalities involved in the husband and wife relationship.
It’s true, and there’s no generic prescription as each couple has its unique relationship dynamics.
Married couples ought to understand the sanctity of marriage, which is a covenant not only made between you and your spouse but, most of all, with God and the community.
If you have made a vow on your marriage day and the minister blessed you with the Bible verse, “what God has joined together, let not man separate,” you will work out that marriage relationship from day one to forever.
Try to consider that the best lesson in patience is learned through waiting.
Realise that the Lord God Almighty created us in His loving image. Sin broke our relationship with him, but God’s saving grace in Jesus Christ restored us to Him.
When couples commit to taking time to build in faith the image of God in their lives, they will surely love each other in patience.
From a Facebook wall, I read this post by a spouse:
My love, all that is happening lately is still part of our never-ending adjustment with one another. I am happy that despite our differences, we can talk until we have resolved issues that may hinder our good relationship as husband and wife. Let us remember that “the biggest room in this world is the room for improvement” and the guidance of God in all our struggles and conflicts.
Indeed, there would be things that we will discover while living together, but I am always hopeful that there is a solution to every problem because we are life partners, love, struggles, joys, and faith. May God bless our family, working hand in hand as a team for His glory! I love you, and that’s undoubtedly for life!
Let patience make your love go blind, accept your spouse patiently and let the Holy Spirit guide you in your quest.