How to Build a 3-D Marriage

When you first met your future spouse, you probably went on what we call “dates.” These are times you have pre-arranged to be together to do things like go to a movie, eat dinner, or have a picnic together. The main purpose of a “date” is to spend time with each other. Do you remember how nice you were to each other to each other on dates when you were “courting?” You anticipated the date with excitement and you dressed up nice and were on your best behavior. That’s the same way you ought to be with each other after you get married! Before you were married, dating was FUN-and marriage ought to keep continue to be fun, too. The Bible says, “May you rejoice in the wife of your youth … may you ever be captivated by her love.” (Proverbs 5:18-19)