by Fred Lowery

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How To Have A New Marriage By Friday Part 2 (3 of 4)
Series: Marriage
Dr. Fred Lowery
February 27, 2011
Proverbs 27:17; Ephesians 4:32; 1 Peter 3:7; Romans 15:7

Okay I'm glad that some of you are working on some of these things that we're talking about as we talk about marriage. My friend Jason over here, Christy, he was telling me that he took it to heart and said tell me more and got nothing done the entire week. So I'm glad that you are trying some of these things and you should have the study guide so be sure you get that. And I may not get to all the blanks filled in, don't worry about that, we do have the answers on the back. So you can fill them in at another time and then we will have hand out at the end of the service so you can, that will help you and I encourage you to go through that hand out because it will further explain the things that we're going to talk about in the service this morning. Men, do you know what it's like to come home to a little affection and a little love and a home cooked meal. It means that you are at the wrong house, get out. One woman said, I took my husband for better or for worse but he was a lot worse than I took him for. When I pastored over at South Carolina, we had a cemetery right behind the church and on the other side of the cemetery was the parsonage. So to walk to the parsonage of the church you had to walk by the cemetery. And so here one day was a man holding a tombstone crying and he was just saying, why did you have to die. Why did you have to die? Why did you have to die? So I move over to him and just touched him on the shoulder and said a close relative. He said, no, my wife's first husband. You know this guy was in the grocery in the produce section and a lady came up wanting to buy a half a head of lettuce and I mean the guy says we don't sell lettuce by the half of head. And the lady just kept on and kept on and kept one and got a little upset with him and so finally he went and got a ...

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