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Love Worth Finding - Oct. 11, 2008

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October 11

Loving as Christ Loved the Church 

Ephesians 5:25 – “Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave Himself for it.”

Do you know what most marriages need? Two funerals and one wedding where both the husband and the wife die to themselves and come alive to Jesus Christ.

You see, when a man loves his wife passionately, there’s nothing too precious for that man to give up for his wife, except his relationship to Almighty God.

When there’s that kind of love shown to a woman, I dare say the topic of submission wouldn’t be an issue. Most women don’t mind submitting to a man who loves her enough to die for her and shows it by the way he lives for her.

Are you married? Then, go on a date this week with your spouse. 

Are you single? Pray that God would prepare you to be the person your mate would need. But also pray that God would make you the person He has uniquely designed you to be for His purposes, married or single. 



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