I have found lately that couples tend to use the differences in ages as a barrier to keep them apart.This is looking into the flesh, rather than what God has planned for them together.And as with any loss, big or small, time is needed to grieve and to reassess who you are, where you've been and where God wants you to go.Healing is also necessary to follow God's command to" do unto others what you would have them do unto you," (Matthew ).It still remains a strange and unacceptable idea in Africa and everyone seem to envisage nothing more than problems in such union.My question is: what is actually wrong with such a union? Is there any guarantee for success in such a union or everyone should expect problems in the long-run?Like Jennifer, she needs some advice but is concerned about how she can make the transition into dating easy on her children. He'd like to date again, and some of his friends say he should start looking for a woman now — after all, he's getting divorced soon.But John knows better because he's still married, and dating now would go against God's desires.
Approach that work colleague you always thought was kinda cute? And once you do score a date, what should you expect in terms of s-e-x?
M…having to fend for oneself in a country with a dying economy while his family moved off to England…to witnessing a grandfather’s love for his dying wife with Alzheimer’s.
In whole, they believed “childish” things involved idleness, unproductivity (too much social media and games), dating just to date, and not taking responsibility.
The following article was prompted by an email we received here at Marriage Missions. We have edited it and changed the name to protect the identity of this writer.
I have an issue on my mind that bothers me about marriages.