Do you have a romantic evening planned with your sweetie? It took me a few years of disappointment before I learned that my husband’s love for me can’t be measured in candy boxes and cards. LeRoy and I won’t be spending an exotic “romantic” evening together, but our love is deeper today than it’s ever been.
We’re not able to take off to a remote location and spend mushy moments together, but that doesn’t mean our love has grown cold.
We’re in a season of waiting, and although our days are spent in pretty much the same way, we have an abiding and unwavering love that is proven. I’m thankful that God brought us through a long battle, to reach this place of settled love.
Recently, I spoke with Trillia Newbell about thriving through marriage struggles. Perhaps you know someone who is in the thick of marriage misery or is battling to save a fractured relationship. You might consider sending them the link to this podcast.
You can listen to that ERLC interview by clicking here.