…”but I love him anyway, sildenafil ” is one of the most profound theological statements on marriage I’ve ever heard. Most of us base love on because, health not on anyway. I love you because you’re good to me. I love you because you’re kind, because you’re considerate, because you keep the romance alive. But in Luke 6:32-36, Jesus says we shouldn’t love because. We should love anyway. If we love someone because that person is good to us, or gives back to us, or is kind to us, we’re acting no better than anyone else. In essence, Jesus is saying you don’t need the Holy Spirit to love a man who remembers every anniversary…

Will you love only because? Or are you willing to love anyway?…Christians are called to anyway love. That’s what makes us different. That’s what gives glory to God…
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Loving Someone Without Feeling It

It certainly is — because love is more than a feeling. It is primarily a decision. Married couples who misunderstand this point will have serious problems when the feeling of love disappears for a time.

Couples who genuinely love each other will experience times of closeness, times when they feel apathetic, and times when they are irritated and cranky. That’s just the way emotions operate.

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Watch more about their story on I Am Second. They talk about meeting in college, marrying right after college, their focus on their careers, their struggles, effects of friends, anger, bitterness, divorce and the new focus in their lives that turned their lives around.

Have you had similar struggles? Do you know friends or co-workers that have gone through something similar? What advice would you give to anyone that was in the middle of this?

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