by Fred Lowery

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Conflict Management (10 of 10)
Series: Covenant Marriage
Dr. Fred Lowry

Thank you Donna. Man said that he had an argument with his wife and he said had to really put his foot down. He didn't see her for two weeks and then he finally got his left eye opened just a little bit. Nothing encourages a man's belief like flying saucers. When the wife suggests to go out to eat. The man says forceful, "we are not going out to eat we are going to eat at home and that is semi-final. A man was hanging the Home Sweet Home plaque, not on that wall stupid the other wall. Home Sweet Home. Good Physique Illustration. A bride to be discovered to her dismay that her fiance didn't believe the same thing that she believed and she was telling her mom. I don't know what to do. He doesn't even believe in hell. Mom said, honey, don't you worry about it between the two of us we will show him enough of it to make him a believer. A couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and she turned to her husband and said we have fought everyday and we have disagreed on everything and we have been miserable for 50 10 of 10 years. And we don't need to go on this way. She said I made a commitment I am praying to God and asking God to take one of us home to heaven. And when he answers my prayer I am going to live with my sister in Grand Rapids. Do you and your wife have a plan for solving conflicts. Can you stop an argument before damaging words are spoken. Do you know how to really listen to your mate even when tensions are high and you disagree? Do you know how to work through the process of forgiveness. This morning I will look at several passages of scripture. EPH 4:25 Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to his neighbor, for we are all members of one body. 26 "In your anger do not sin": Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 27 and do not give the devil a foothold. Does that speak to husbands and wives as we are one. EPH 4:29 Do not ...

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