How To Act Right When Your Spouse Acts Wrong

By (author)Leslie Vernick

Looking for a way to improve your marriage? Look no further than embracing the imperfections. In fact, you may find that the blessings of an imperfect marriage far outweigh the challenges.

At some point in every marriage, we all face difficulties and disagreements with our spouses. But instead of focusing on what’s wrong, we can choose to act right, even when our spouse acts wrong. This doesn’t mean that we’ll never feel angry, hurt, or scared. It means that we can respond to these emotions in a way that honors our commitment to our marriage.

But what does that kind of love look like? Should we be patient? Forgive and forget? The answer may surprise you. The key to a strong, loving marriage is yielding to God’s plan for your life and your relationship. By trusting in God’s wisdom and guidance, you’ll be better equipped to respond wisely when you’re wronged, and to deepen your relationship with Christ.

Of course, none of us are perfect, and neither are our spouses. But by embracing the imperfections of your marriage, you’ll discover the incredible blessings that come with learning to love unconditionally, even in the midst of difficulties. So if you’re ready to strengthen your relationship and deepen your faith, start embracing the blessings of an imperfect marriage today.

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Discover the blessings of an imperfect marriage. We all, at one time or another, have the ability to act right when our spouse acts wrong. There are no perfect marriages or perfect spouses. We know that having a good marriage takes effort and hard work. Yet we often don’t know how to keep loving when we’re angry, hurt, scared, or just plain irritated. We also don’t know what that kind of love is supposed to look like. Should we be patient? Forgive and forget? Do something entirely different?

Acting right when your spouse acts badly will not necessarily guarantee a more satisfying marital relationship, nor will it automatically make your spouse change your ways, although both can happen. However, it will help you see how God stretches you in the midst of your marital difficulties, teaches you how to respond wisely when you are wronged, and leads you into a deeper relationship with Christ as you yield your will to his plan for your life and your life. Learn to be more like him.

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