Marriage and Bible Studies Go Together For Relationship Success
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Marriage and Bible Studies go together as a natural part of a Christian union. While it’s important for all Christians, it should be done at least weekly so you can stay in touch with God.
Living Together In Christ
Bible study for couples is a way to share their faith with each other and share what God shows each one separately.
Christian men and women should grow in Christ together, helping each other with patience, love and kindness. Ideally Christians should marry another Christian to avoid deep rooted problems that will surface when raising children or when dealing with problems and moral issues.
If you are married to a non-Christian, pray God’s love over them and study the Bible in a way that will not cause dissension. Keep practicing God’s Word and keep peace in your household. Through God’s love you may win your spouse to Christ.
Practicing Christianity together through God’s Word insures a number of advantages over non-Christian marriages. It will:
- bond husband and wife together in Christ
- keep the couple equally yoked with the same spiritual growth
- give husband and wife a means of positively dealing with problems
- keep both partners separate from the wrong influences
There are many ways to work your Bible study together. This article will give you those ideas.
Marriage and Bible Studies Ideas
You can go to your local Christian bookstore or go online and purchase study kits that are designed specifically for couples. It will contain booklets for you to use that will guide you through the Bible and give you study papers as well.
It doesn’t matter if this is your first time with Bible study or if you have been doing it for years, these kits will help you. Sometimes we don’t know how to do it properly or we run out of things to learn and that’s where these kits will help you.
Activity kits are great because they help you study and they help you stay close as a couple. Usually these kits contain Bible verses that you can read, an activity to do, and then study information. You might also find cards that will help you grow in the Lord and you might also find cards to grow slower together as a couple.
There are books that you can purchase that are specific for Bible study time. These are basically books that you read and discuss together. You will need to either read them separately or together. If you read them together you can take turns reading aloud or one of you can read the book to the other. Find what works for you and stick to it.
There are websites that offer daily or weekly Bible verses and newsletters that may help you if you choose to do your Bible study on your own. These daily or weekly verses will give you a start. Read through them and then look at the back of your Bible for related verses.
Online Bible study
There are websites online that offer Bible study sessions. Basically they will give you a step by step guide based on what you are to study. It may include a prayer, verses to read, questions to discuss, and a closing prayer. Each site you find may be different in what they offer and how they offer their studies, so find one that you like.
Marriage and Bible studies time is very important for any Christian. It gives you the private time you need to pray and spend time with God. It will help you feel good and it will keep you going. When you are married it’s important to have your study time together as a couple. These five tips will help you find a way to do your Bible study time together. Find what works for both of you and then get started right away.
PRAYER FOR GUIDANCE
Dear Heavenly Father, we ask in the name of Jesus that you guide us to the best source of study for our needs and the best type of study that will help us to growth together in your Word for each other and for our marriage. Thank you Father, for your will to be done in our lives and our marriage. Thank you for guiding each of us to do the best for our marriage and for each other. Thank you for blessing our Bible studies and marriage. In Jesus Name, Amen.
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