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fisayo omolaja September 18, 2012 at 6:06 am

i really do appreciate this article, its eye opening and surely inspired by the holy spirit..i hope to read more from you. well done

Jack Wellman September 18, 2012 at 5:05 pm

Thank you Fisayo. We are striving so much to help marriages today because the building blocks of any society or any nation are the family and this is just what the Enemy wants to talk down.

Pamela Rose Williams September 18, 2012 at 2:12 pm

Great article on such greatly needed teachings. Thank you for another job well done.

Jack Wellman September 18, 2012 at 5:07 pm

Thank you Pamela. I myself need this to be a better husband and when I wrote it, it cut me to the quick. Some of these things I already do but it took me many years to learn them….usually the hard way. Thanks.

Patti September 18, 2012 at 3:49 pm

Great article.

Jack Wellman September 18, 2012 at 5:08 pm

Thank you Patti. I must say that you are such an encourager my friend.

Derek Hill September 18, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Well done Jack. There is really good material here. Thank you for your wisdom. This article will bless many because the Holy Spirit speaks truth in our hearts. God bless you brother.

In His Name Always,
Derek

Jack Wellman September 18, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Thank you Derek. As I told Pam, I have used these many times but I wish I had done them much earlier…but these actually work great with friends as well. Just think about it. God bless you as well my brother.

Sheeba September 22, 2012 at 4:47 pm

Awesome teaching! I love it and I have learned how exactly to share my feelings with my husband rather than pointing out mistakes. Thank you so much for this article. God Bless.

Christine September 22, 2012 at 10:26 pm

Hi Jack, my husband Erick has written to you on a few occasions. He and I have recently gone through some very trying times in our marriage and almost ended it in divorce. I wanted to say thank you directly to you for being the voice that spoke Gods word to him as he needed it and was open to hearing it. I am happy to report that he and I are planning to rededicate our vows to eachother and are more in love now than i can ever remember. our new relationship is being built on honesty and respect, but most of all the centerpeice of Gods grace, mercy and love. Marriage is truly under fire today, and praise Jesus that his strength is sufficient to win the battle. Now im hoping that i have the right site/person! lol
thank you, sincerely Christine

Jack Wellman September 23, 2012 at 5:06 pm

Hello Christine. Yes, you DO have the right website. Praise God…and I am overjoyed at this marriage being restored to a stronger state. Thank you Jesus. Erick is a wonderful, godly man and I see that God has moved mightily in your and his life. These are times when I fall down on my face, hands, and knees to thank God for Jesus’ answering our prayers. True, marriage is under fire from the Enemy and we have other articles coming this month on how to help struggling marriages for marriages are the bedrock and foundation of our society. God bless you Christine. You and Erick, my prayer is, may be truly blessed by God and that He is with you as you said, “the centerpiece” of marriage for as the Proverb says, “a three-fold cord is not easily broken.”

rozanna September 23, 2012 at 6:26 pm

This is really Important, Thank you Jack Wellman!! I have learnt so much while reading this. It’s funny to see how the most littlest things can make a big difference in your marriage. I’m preparing to get married soon so i think it’s really crucial to know these things.

Jack Wellman September 23, 2012 at 6:41 pm

Rozanna…thank you so much. I appreciate this. Truly, marriages are in real trouble and we have and continue to write articles that are designed to prevent divorce, strengthen marriages, solidify them with (hopefully) Godly advice, and more are in the works. I thank you so much. Also, a very important article coming out soon is called “Before You Get Married” and I hope this helps engaged and dating couples. Congratulations on your upcoming marriage, whenever it occurs Rozanna.

rozanna September 24, 2012 at 12:50 am

Thank you it’s all coming very soon, at the start of next year.I’m really looking forward to reading that article.

ntombi manyika September 27, 2012 at 5:02 am

Thank you very much for the tips they are working wonders in my marriage I have been following them and they have grown me spiritually, once again thank you

wantingodsway January 6, 2013 at 9:02 am

Do you think it is disrespect when a spouse not only belittles you in public verbally but also by their actions?
Also, as far as sexual sin against a marriage, is it only adultry that is sin or is it also sin when a spouse wants you to do things that do not seem right sexually? I try talking to my spouse about it but I am always told I am wrong. He claims to be a believer but he doesn’t care to pray together or talk about God.

Jack Wellman January 7, 2013 at 11:48 am

Hello wantingodsway. I am so sorry for your heartache in this. I do not believe, from what you have told me, that this man is really born again. Let me say that because if you read what a Christian is really like in 1 John chapter 3, Romans 12 & 1 Cor 13, he has none of the traits. He doesn’t want to pray, talk about God, I would guess he doesn’t go to church. Do you? Have you spoken with your pastor about this or do you not attend a church?

On sex, the Bible says that the marriage bed is undefiled and so anything in the marriage bed between you and your husband is not wrong (Heb 13:4) however, there are limits on this and there should be no other people involved. If it makes you feel uncomfortable, then just pray to God. Talk to a Christian woman you trust. I am saddened that he talks about you in public this way but he does not sound like a believer in Christ. We need to pray that God will call him (John 6:44) and that only God can change this man’s heart (Prov 21:1).

Nikita May 21, 2013 at 4:52 pm

Dear Jack
I find your answer to wantingodsway very interesting/disturbing when you say that nothing in the marriage bed is wrong. You do qualify this by stating that there are limits to this, such as other people being involved. Would a limit on this not also be where the one spouse is humiliated or uncomfortable with particular sexual needs of the other spouse? Surely in a Christian marriage, spouses should respect each other in this regard? I fear that by stating that nothing is wrong in the (Christian) marriage bed, without clear clarification on how Christian spouses should treat each other, may open up all sorts of misunderstandings, and perhaps even avenues for manipulation using ‘Christianity’ as a weapon in order to satisfy deviant sexual needs.

Great article, by the way. You writers all rock!

Jack Wellman May 21, 2013 at 8:24 pm

Thank you Nikita. You make an excellent point. I should have qualified that statement that I made and I apologize for misleading some if I did. I appreciate you pointing that out. I was really quoting the writer of the Book of Hebrews but I am sure the author of that book didn’t mean that “anything goes” and to do something that the other marriage partner does not like or disagrees with should not be done against their will. Your point is well take and I thank you for covering that “deviant sexual needs” issue. You are so right.

Zar Ojales February 17, 2017 at 4:51 pm

This article had long been published but the truth it holds still rings true. Thank you for writing these very helpful insights.

Mike Noble September 30, 2019 at 10:54 pm

This is my first visit here, but I will be back soon, because I really like the way you are writing, it is so simple and honest.





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