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Keeping Unity in the Marriage

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guest couples Bishop & First Lady Warren and Pastor Michael & Maria Westbrook. Marriage is not all wine and roses. It's hard work. It's dirty laundry, screaming kids, bills, broken down cars, bad hair days, loads of dishes, the flu and flooding basements.

But marriage is also a constant companion, someone to cry with, someone to laugh with, hysterical afternoons, romantic evenings, and loving nights.
Marriage is about commitment through the hard times as well as the good.

If you both commit that you will work everything out, that nothing is worth giving up on the best relationship of your life, then you can make it through thick or thin.  But if you're more worried about how marriage helps you, then it won't work. Because as soon as it gets hard, it's no longer good for you, and you quit.