The essential element of love is sacrifice. You know how much you love someone by what you’re willing to sacrifice for him or her. One of the things we love the most about weddings is the unconditional love the couples are willing to vow to each other. Can you imagine what it would feel like if the vow said, “we will love each other until we realize we have irreconcilable differences?” That would be so lame. Listen in…….
The Essential Element of Love
My aim is simple: I want to get you hooked on God’s Word so that you become the godly man your wife and kids need you to be—the faithful warrior God called you to be. As men, we were made to fight, and our greatest weapon is the Word of God. Armed with His truth, we can win the battles desperately raging against us, our marriages, our families, as well as the culture in which we are called to change.
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