Tag: Marriage declarations

After Wedding Declarations to Speak Over Yourself and Your Spouse

8 Biblical Declarations to Speak Over Your Marriage Daily

Declaration of Faith: I declare proverbs 31 over myself and my spouse for life. I will do my husband only good and not at all evil. I will not engage myself in idle talks and cause him any harm. Instead, I will allow the Spirit of God to lead me daily and give me the grace to love and honour him at all times. With God on our side, we will both lead lives that is pleasing to God. We will both walk in love, in obedience to God and enjoy our union together till He calls us home.
<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">arriage is a good thing before God and man. However, how many couples actually survive the first five years of getting married? If we're being honest, statistics says that the first few years of marriages are the hardest and nearly 20 percent of couples <strong><a href="https://dailybibledeclarations.com/2016/03/04/why-does-god-hate-divorce-a-fresh-perspective/&quot; data-type="post" data-id="2056">divorce</a></strong> within the first five years of marriage. Weddings are great to plan or be a part of and marriage is a good thing before God and man. However, how many couples actually survive the first five years of getting married? If we’re being honest, statistics says that the first few years of marriages are the hardest and nearly 20 percent of couples divorce within the first five years of marriage. <p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80"> in an enclosed space and closer proximity to your spouse on a daily basis, there's bound to be some sort of invasion of privacy which you may or may not have been exposed to before your wedding. Although it is exciting to get to know your groom intimately, you'll be equally exposed to their strengths and weaknesses, none of which you may or may not be able to adjust to immediately. When you find yourself in an enclosed space and closer proximity to your spouse on a daily basis, there’s bound to be some sort of invasion of privacy which you may or may not have been exposed to before your wedding. Although it is exciting to get to know your groom intimately, you’ll be equally exposed to their strengths and weaknesses, none of which you may or may not be able to adjust to immediately. <p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">are a part of God's plan for human beings. He settles the lonely in families, establishes communities, and he repopulates the world. Then, when wedding bells ring, we commit to honouring God with our bodies as we step into God's plan for our lives. We also step into the unknown spiritual territory of spiritual attacks against marriages, self-sabotaging behaviours and statistical reports that can end a marriage in divorce in the first few years. If we're going to defy these reports and overcome those attacks, then we will need to fortify our union with prayers and daily declarations. If not for any false alarms or superstitions, but for the mere known fact that the first few years after a wedding can be quite tricky to navigate, we ought to stay prayerful and claim God's truth for our families.are a part of God’s plan for human beings. He settles the lonely in families, establishes communities, and he repopulates the world. Then, when wedding bells ring, we commit to honouring God with our bodies as we step into God’s plan for our lives. We also step into the unknown spiritual territory of spiritual attacks against marriages, self-sabotaging behaviours and statistical reports that can end a marriage in divorce in the first few years. If we’re going to defy these reports and overcome those attacks, then we will need to fortify our union with prayers and daily declarations. If not for any false alarms or superstitions, but for the mere known fact that the first few years after a wedding can be quite tricky to navigate, we ought to stay prayerful and claim God’s truth for our families.