I think relationships are a beautiful thing, especially when God is in the midst. Yet, relationships can get a bit frustrating. Arguments evolve and one party doesn’t want to speak or see the other party. Consistent irritable behaviors like attitudes may rise up and both parties may be at guilt but are unable to see themselves. Flaws are constantly being picked out and frustration rises. In order to have a successful relationship, both parties must be able to walk in love. Misunderstandings and miscommunication opens the door the frustrations. Consistent pulling of another’s flaws can cause reoccurring attitudes. Instead of focusing on the worst in each other, focus on the best. Focusing on the best is walking in love. God’s Word says, “Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom” (Psalm 90:12). This bible verses is telling us to count our GOOD DAYS….to count the days of joy… count the days that God has blessed us and He blesses us every day. We shouldn’t focus on THE BAD. When we focus on THE BAD, it will definitely happens. In order to have a successful and good relationship with your significant other, you must be willing to walk steadfast in love, eliminate picking flaws, number your good days and strive to build even better ones. Walking in love is walking with God. If God has brought the two of you together, He can give strength where weakness lies. He can give peace where frustration lies. He can give life to what seems to be dying. But He can only do this, if both parties are willing to let Him. Blessings will take over the relationship when you walk in love. Are you willing to take that walk today? Be Encouraged.  S.L.M.


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