Marriage problems don’t really exist. Let me tell you what I’ve learned in my many years counseling couples and 19 years of marriage.

Watch this video in portuguese

Be Sociable, Share!

Send to a friend by:

9 Responses to “Marriage Problems Don’t Exist”

  1. True, true, true.A message as deep as those roots.This was true early on in our marriage until we got to work and changed ourselves instead of trying to change each other. Good stuff.

  2. The truth definitely hurts, but its extremely helpful. The world would literally be a bed of roses if people just focused on changing themselves and stopped trying to change others. Reminds me of this verse: “Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?” Matthew 7:3

  3. Wow, i never saw it in that way. Thanks for the message. As I am not married yet it is definitely important for me to change and deal with inner issues now so that when I do get married they wont affect my marriage.

  4. This a good lesson for the future, as for now too. We have to see our own mistakes before even pointing out other people's mistakes. We have to accept and change, even though is hard. No Sacrifice No Success

  5. We have to fix ourselves first in order to help others.

  6. I have been trying to change my husband for 9 years and nothing has changed! You’re so right Bishop, I need to be the change that I want to see. I need to stop looking at him, and fix myself, because his never going to change if he feels criticised for the way he is.

  7. This is true if we want to change our husband/wife we need to change our self and pray for our husband/wife.

  8. Very true Bishop wwe are the ones create our owns problems and are very quick to shift the blame

  9. offinias J. kasalu 3 years ago

    This is what I experience in marriage. When she does things, she don’t tell me; I have to hear her speaking with her kids. Planing what she want to do. That give me a distance. Because we suppose to plan things together, instead she planing things with her family. I know is very hard, but I learn to keep silent & trust in God. I believe God will open her eyes & see where our problem is. It is hard to solve problem, if you don’t see what is causer of problem.