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Series: Kiss Me Like You Mean It

Marriage is supposed to be the most sublime and wondrous of all human relationships. And most marriages start out that way. But hereís a shocking statistic. That initial passion disappears at some point, in 100% of marriages. 100%. Can it ever be recaptured? Can it become even richer and deeper?The answer is a huge, resounding YES!! God has a plan. He has the wisdom. And in fact He’s dedicated a whole book of the Bible to explaining the passionate love between a man and a woman.

And that’s what this teaching series- inspired by Dr David Clarke’s book “Kiss My Like You Mean It”- is all about.

Episode 1. Having the Marriage You Were Meant to Have

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Now let me ask you, if you’re married who or what are you putting ahead of your husband or your wife? Come on, what is it that’s crept in to supplant them from being your Number-1 person on …

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Episode 2. Making Mountains Out of Molehills

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Anyone who’s been married for any length of time will tell you that the differences in their married partner that they once found endearing and funny at some point became incredibly annoying. Why …

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Episode 3. Making Sense of the Differences

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Men, have you ever noticed how your wife wants to describe her day in minute detail? And women, have you ever noticed how men talk in dot points and executive summaries? Let’s see how that one …

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Episode 4. Loving Ain't Always That Easy

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They say that marriage is all about give and take – you know, 50-50. That’s the prevailing wisdom, but … well, what if it’s wrong? What if 50-50 doesn’t work? What if 50-50 gets us a …

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Berni Dymet

Sarah, the single, most powerful thing that you can do is to pray. The second is to live your life as a witness of Christ’s love. Nagging will never work, but …. 1 Peter 3:1-6 will. Blesssings – [email protected]



Sarah

Thanks Bernie for this set of Videos “Kiss Me Like You Mean It”. My marriage has been a real struggle for some time, and this has given some good points in which to use/apply/live out to improve things. It’s not going to be easy I know, and I’ll be doing this one-sided as husband not a Christian so not likely to want to listen to this, but giving it a go as don’t want to give up on marriage!



Berni Dymet

Thanks for that Mary. If you listen to the remainder of the series I think you’ll find I look at things from both perspectives, as much as that is possible. In particular I talk about the need for men to listen to their wives. Blessings, Berni.



Mary Chapman

Hi Bernie,

I really loved your message today, me and my husband discussed it. My husband is really really really lovely, and is slowly coming to the lord, I want you to know how much I love him. I believe that God truly chose us for each other. I started being with him at 17 years old, and at 19 we were married and we have been together 35 years. He is so supportive of me, my faith, he is slowly coming to faith, and he is great at protecting etc. I discussed your message to day with him, but just want to query that message that we want to hear what our husbands have done today, Not saying I dont, I love to hear what my Stevey has done today, but most likely that is all he will talk about, he will not ask me about my day, feelings etc. I really felt that your message today came from a mans perspective, as really I agree with everything you say, about wanting to join with my husband emotionally, but feel that he is already fully occupied with what he has done today, and dont get me wrong, I am so blessed he wants to share that. But much more importantly if you want to see from a Womans perspective, I want him to ask about me, what have I done today, how have things gone. I love my husband, but I cant remember the last time he actually involved himself fully in my life. Hope you get this Berni as I think it is really important in understanding a woman’s perspective, Love from Mary a sister in Christ xxxxx