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Joyce Meyer - Marriage Sermon 2017
What’s So Great about Marriage Meetings?
A: An obvious need exists for a proactive approach for success in marriage. Divorce is epidemic. Fifty percent of first marriages fail. The statistics are more dismal for second and third marriages. Marriage meetings provide an ongoing way to create and maintain forever the kind of relationship we all long for — a loving, lifelong union that fosters the growth and vitality of both partners. The meetings increase romance, intimacy, teamwork, and smoother resolution of issues.
W hen Americans debate the value of marriage, most attention focuses on the potential harm to children of divorce or illegitimacy, and for good reason. Mountains of research tell us that children reared outside of intact marriages are much more likely than other kids to slip into poverty, become victims of child abuse, fail at school and drop out, use illegal drugs, launch into premature sexual activity, become unwed teen mothers, divorce, commit suicide and experience other signs of mental illness, become physically ill, and commit crimes and go to jail. On average, children reared outside of marriage are less successful in their careers, even after controlling not only for income but also for parental conflict. Yes, marriage protects children. And yes, marriage therefore protects taxpayers and society from a broad and deep set of costs, personal and communal. But there is another case for marriage, equally significant, that you probably haven't heard. Marriage is a powerful creator and sustainer of human and social capital for adults as well as children, about as important as education when it comes to promoting the health, wealth, and well-being of adults and communities.
Speaking of anger this will all tie together, so stay with me here I saw a post on social media the other day that made me so upset, it inspired this 1, word post. This is the kind of hogwash cooked up by some social media manager in desperate need of some validated "likes" that destroys relationships, and ruins lives. When did the fantasy of "and they lived happily ever after" stop being the end of a story book for kids and turn into literal lifegoals? Happiness is not a strong, stable foundation upon which to build lasting, committed love. Constantly changing.
What Marriage Offers and Why So Many Resist It one thing it does do is provide important protections to both parties if a breakup occurs.
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