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Like I said earlier I just am convinced that the right people are being brought into my life at the right time, and the right guest are being brought into this radio show. There are no coincidences so this is going to be really good. Real Life Christianity 7 Basic principles for successful Christian living.
That was a mouthful. I wrote about the book, I used to teach class with our church. For new believers and I had started collecting this material and I just realized there are so many people out there that even with other … In the Christian Church, and church they just really know a very little about the bible and how everything connects together and how to apply it to the life.
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Then I also wrote it in a way, that we will be to take that book, and share it with our friends with our family, and acquaintances, and people we come in contact with.
Wonder what we believe and why we believe it. That was my purpose. I have to tell you, the way, the style in which its written, its make it so easy to just dig into it.
The … You guys have been doing these marriage retreats and counseling, and helping couples build stronger marriages for a long time. The first question I have for you, is where do struggles come from that so many couples face early in the relationships, and how they can get pass them?
Well one thing I like to point out in Matthew The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand.
The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a great crash. We all have struggles, and a lot of them are similar struggle. Our foundation is just really important. Going back to that question. For me when we started out in marriage, selfishness was a huge part of it We got married kind of young, and Alan was very close to his family.
They took a lot of his time, and I was not his priority. In that, I became clingy and wanted to control him and bring him in.
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You desire but do not have. You covet and you kill because you cannot get what you want, so you quarrel and fight. What was it that brought, what was that aha moment for you that made you kind of look inward instead of looking at the other person like, what they need to fix. I think that trying so many things and nothing really working and then just God revealing that verse to me, that was my aha moments to realize that all of that fighting was because of what was inside of me. If I could change that, then I would change how I treated him, and how I talk to him and when a person changes themselves.
The other person automatically changes because their reaction to your action is going to be different than it was from the past. Alan what are your thoughts on that question, where do the struggles come from that so many couples face early in their relationships. When couples first become acquainted and they start realizing that maybe they have some kind of connection.
Then as they put that relationship together and then as they put that relationship together and then they decided to get married. Now they have to combine that. It takes some effort to put that together, to work through those circumstances, which do those difficulties that come from that.
They have their differences, that got them their personalities, temperaments. That were made, put them in by God. Be in control, their situations all those things add to their difficulties. Then the differences God made us, in being a man and a woman is a real challenge. Because man and woman face life differently and think about life differently and think about life differently.
All those challenges are there, and like Janice said every couple had to face some. Every couple goes through stuff, and always the challenges of life and then the couples that hang in there and make it, their marriage will survive through that.
Then the ones that decided they can, they end up quitting and starting over. The good thing about it, is that every time they start over with the new relationship, they have to go through all of that stuff again. They have a more positive outlook on life, and towards each other or towards their family. Where you got David to make it through their fight together that has been the life, relationship kind of got plan for safe and life and getting through along, everything that comes against us.
As we … Before we get too far on the interview too. Will you share that website with our listeners? All right, the next question I have for you guys. How do you create a healthy marriage. One thing that we need to think about is being a healthy individual. You want to have your life right with God. You want to get rid of your past baggage. Most everybody has baggage these days. For that we need to overcome that.
Because if you take a past relationship, and put that label on your new relationship. Your new spouse is starting out with some bad marks upon them because of the past relationship.
They have more to overcome because of that. As we live life, marriage is kind of put on the side. You have work, you have kids, you have to deal with finances and all this stuff, that sometimes the relationship is not our focus. You need to make sure that you are good together that everything is good between you and give that person the attention and quality time that you can offer them.
Because that relationship is for a lifetime. You may have kids and they may be at home for years depending on how many kids you have.
Your relationship is going to be years. It needs to stay a priority and be a focus. You also need to … Jason: Hold on one second before you finish that thought.
I just have a quick question for you here. What are some of the habits that people that want to have a successful marriage. At whatever stage of their life.
What are some of the things you see really good couples doing on a regular basis to strengthen their marriages and keep that, that connection strong. Serving is a big thing. I just as I … I just really appreciate that insight and the feedback like I say. What a blessing that must been for you guys to have been asked by the pastors wife so many years ago to be counseling people in marriage.
Because it kind of put you on the spot, whenever you are having to be the role model. Because as we teach, and we have to research and study and as we learn and we try our best to apply it through our lives. Yeah guys I want to ask you the next question. There are 25 minutes on the radio goes so darn fast.
This one has to do specifically with folks that are getting closer to retirement. Janice you just hit on a moment ago when we talk about the emptiness season.
Then all of the sudden the kids leave, and the parents split up. I saw that happened with a good friend of mine, when as growing up as a kid. What are your thoughts, and tips, and tricks, for people that are maybe approaching that season of their life, in that season? The one thing people do is they have to stay connected. We encourage couples to make sure they spent time every day, or at least 3 or 4 times a week where they just actually sit down and talk about stuff.
Alan let me ask you a quick question there too. Because Janice talked about serving as a way of strengthening that relationship. What would you say specifically how is, how do people continue to stay connected and not grow apart?
I heard you say communication. Yes they have to talk, then they have to really to listen to each other. Just listen to him, and be interested with him and take that time to stay connected.
Men have to willing to listen too because commonly women have a lot more words than men, and some other stories can get real long and cover letter. A lot is detailed, you might not be interested, you have to take the time to sit and listen and pay attention. It could be a challenge with a different styles that people have. However it is, how those things scheduled and then seeing about them, and talk about them together. Anything you want to add Janice?
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I was just going to say that he mentioned first time adventures. Studies have shown that couples who experience things for the first time together are closer than other couples.
Having those things and building upon those, making that time together important. I want to share that with him. I will learn something about baseball that I can ask him a question about or something and for him too that he can learn things and maybe click with me or something and share that time.
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For additional information call or visit us online at soundretirementplanning. This is for our podcast listeners. I wanted to ask you guys about home being a sanctuary.
Talk about how couples can help create that sanctuary for themselves? One thing is they need to be willing to forgive each other and ask for forgiveness. We want to be like that in our lives, that we want to not allow that tension just build up, and build up, and build up. There are so many people that because of their past, whenever little things happen in their lives, it just blows up and it becomes a big thing. How about for you Janice?
Dr Kelly told him to leave. Mrs Kelly said her husband had got the impression "that the gloves were off now" and that since Rufford would use his name in any story he wrote his friendship with the journalist was now at an end.
The two were then advised by the Ministry of Defence press office to leave their house so they drove to Cornwall.
She said Dr Kelly did not like becoming the story, he had withdrawn into himself, and went "ballistic" when he learned he had to appear before a televised session of the Commons foreign affairs committee FAC. Mrs Kelly said she was surprised by the lack of support from the MoD. Rufford's article for the Sunday Times in addition led Dr Kelly to worry that the MoD would think he had been speaking to the press again. He also became upset by references to him as a "junior" or "middle-ranking" official - especially a complaint from Jack Straw that someone so "junior" had given him technical advice - since he had been working on biological weapons and here he was "being treated rather like a fly".
On the day of his appearance before the FAC, also their 36th wedding anniversary, she said he had appeared stressed. He took Andrew Mackinlay 's infamous comment that he was "chaff" as an insult. After a later closed-door appearance before the intelligence select committee she said he appeared "sort of used up". At home, the day he apparently took his own life, Mrs Kelly told the inquiry that her husband "looked distracted and dejected.