Monday, October 8, 2007


Hi my dear readers. Today's segment is just a transcript of the Philadelphia conference I told you about in my last blog. It covers a few of the topics we talked about.
It's rather lengthy, so I'm doing it in two parts. . . . .Enjoy! and always remember, You are Blessed!




Psalm 85:6
Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?

Psalm 138:7
Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall save me.

We would like to take this time to thank each and every one of you for coming to the I Love My Wife day conference.
This is a very special day that should be celebrated all over the world. We know that there is Valentines Day, but it has seemed to have lost it’s meaning.
So many times we go through our every day life forgetting to tell each other that we love you. That is a very special and anointed word that can keep the enemy from attacking our marriages. We would like for each of you here to stop for a moment to reflect back on when you first met. Close your eyes, and begin to remember the night you couldn’t wait for the phone to ring or the knock on the door.
Remember the special dates of going to diner, the movies, taking a walk, or holding hands?
The more you saw each other, the more inseparable you became. One day you realized you were in love. You got married, the children came ,the bills, the hard times, the struggles and the fights.
For some separation, and others divorce. No one seemed to recognize your struggle or offer any help. Many have married for the wrong reasons. . . . . Outward appearance, good job, fine car, money, a way out of parents home, lust, good looks, and many other enticements that should not have been the real reason for marriage.
Some marriages are holding on only by a thread, in church or out. And all you need is that thread to snap and it’s all over.

Then you begin to look for other ways to fill the void you now have. Other woman, other men, a friendly relationship with a co-worker, or just seeking outside satisfaction.
The next thing that arises is the enemy speaks to your mind and tells you that you don’t have to deal with it any more.
You now sleep in separate rooms, you do not spend time with each other, and nothing is ever right that your mate does.
There is no more trust,
Statistics have shown that Church marriage have the highest rate of divorce in this country. How can you say that you Love God and you can’t even love your spouse. Then comes that statement . . . . .”you just don’t know what I’ve been through"
. . . . .to be continued!

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be not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is. . .Ephesians 5:17