The Importance of Unity in Marriage ~ Grace & Truth (Week 59)

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Aren’t you thankful for God’s Word? It’s a treasure trove of riches just waiting to be unearthed.

I’m grateful for its instruction and I relish its inspiration.

One of my favorite things is the Bible’s real-life stories of flesh-and-blood people just like you and me.

People with struggles and sins. Tragedies and triumphs.

People who did it wrong and never got it right.

People who messed up but didn’t give up.

People who were wounded and weary and pressed on anyway.

And that small handful of people who got it right.

Today’s featured post shares one such example of Christian marriage. I have to be honest, it’s an example I’ve never given much thought to, but I now see that I should.

Because it’s the account of two people who take married life to a whole new level.

Beyond the “let’s-just-get-along” minimum that many husbands and wives settle for.

To true unity.

Oneness the way God intended it to be.

You’ll find that and more today at Ana’s blog.


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Ana, thank you for encouraging us to ponder new truths in God’s Word through the example of Priscilla, and for sharing with readers God’s design for marriage. Feel free to grab this “I’ve Been Featured” button for your blog as our way of saying, “Thank you.”

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4 thoughts on “The Importance of Unity in Marriage ~ Grace & Truth (Week 59)

  1. Tiffiney

    Good Morning, Jennifer, Happy Friday!

    Thank you for hosting this fine link-up and spreading some good news and cheer across cyberspace. :o) I just read your featured post by Ana. Such a lovely reminder of what Biblical marriage looks like. I shall never look at Priscilla the same again. :o)

    Have a blessed week.


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