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  1. I really want to read the 7 tips you have written, but when I click “Next,” it won’t take me to the next page (it just re-loads the first one). Is there a way you can fix this or help me see the rest of the pages? Thanks a lot!

  2. Rebecca! Thank you so much for your beautiful words here. I’m so sorry to hear about the stress you’ve been facing in your new marriage. I am so blessed to hear that what I’ve written is an encouragement to you! May you both continue to seek God as you make the adjustments to married life! Blessings (and yes, agreed–with Him, anything IS possible)!

  3. My husband and I have been married for a year and 3 months so we are still fresh into the married life. Lately, we have been dealing with a lot of life stress and it has affected our relationship in more ways than one. So here I am seeking for a way to bring us closer than ever and I find your blog posts! Thank you so much! Your posts are seriously an eye opener and I feel like your tips are just what we need. With God, anything is possible!


  4. I love this idea! Both my hubby and I work from home, so this should be simple enough to implement. Thanks for sharing on Grace and Truth!

  5. Yay! Fantastic! I’m so glad to hear this. It is so easy to let it slip by… but such a blessing when we can make it part of our routine. Keep grace as part of it so that it doesn’t become “just one more thing to do” but something that you long to do together. Blessings!

  6. It is so easy to push the most important things (God & Marriage) to the side for the mundane. My husband and I have talked about doing daily devotionals for a long time, but we just keep the excuses rolling…example- the dishes and the toddler need to be washed… I am looking into Closer now that you have suggested it and hopefully we can start building on this habit together! Thank you!

  7. True, Bradleigh! It easy to let our busy schedules push out our time with God together. I think grace with each other around this issue is critical too. We try to make devotions together something we do several times a week, but there are seasons where we get out of the habit. However, when we get out of the habit, we simply pick it back up again. Thanks for your idea about keeping the Bible on the nightstand as a reminder! That’s great!

  8. Pinned! This is helpful. It’s so easy to let the busy-ness of life push out this important thing, and I think structure is key. Something that helps us is to keep the Bible on the nightstand, that way, when we’ve forgotten all about our devo time, we see the Bible when we climb into bed and are reminded.

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