Conviction in Marriage

Conviction eliminates options, says Andy Stanley. What does that mean in marriage?

If you had a conviction (firmly held belief or opinion) that you were marrying the right person when you said, “I do,” does that mean you were wrong then or are you wrong now [since situations, finances, and emotions have changed]?

I can’t answer for you, but according to the way I was raised, a promise (covenant) means something. Cetelia, I was convicted that you were the right person then, and will frame my thoughts so that you’ll continue to be the right person in the future – in spite of changing situations, finances, and emotions.

Copyright © 2011 Kevin B. Bullard. All Rights Reserved. Permission granted to use and reproduce with proper source citation.

 

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