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I Wonder Are They Married?

So often in today’s society, many couples are choosing to be cohabitants without having the bond of holy matrimony associated with them.  In other cases, some married couples are choosing not to wear their wedding rings for one reason or another.  I’m not done yet.  Some married couples’ interaction with each other, both in public and private settings, cause many to ask… “I wonder are they married?”.

When God brought Adam and Eve together, I am pretty sure they knew they were joined in a union and I bet all the animals knew it also.  I can assume they spent a lot of time together and their love for each other showed.  As married couples, we need to act like Adam and Eve.  We need to be on and around each other (with your spouse) like we are the only two people on earth…joined at the hip physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Why these three areas?  Well with the physical part, you need to show your spouse that you love his or her presence close to you…you love the touch, the hold, the kiss, the love.  Emotionally, you want to let your spouse know that you feel the happiness or pain that he or she may encounter on a daily basis…you are going through life with them experiencing the ups and downs…you are laughing with them and also crying with them.  On the spiritual side, this is the glue that keeps things together.  You must be joined here.  Even when the other two areas (physical & emotional) are a little shaky, it is your spiritual connection that will keep you together.

Now when you are on point with all three of these areas, I can’t imagine anyone looking at the two of you wondering if you are married.  As couples joined in holy matrimony, it is our responsibility to show the world what it means to be married.  Show how we enjoy each other and then turn around and show how we make it through the toughest situations in life together.

We need to be a beacon!  Shining so that other couples will see and understand that marriage can work with work in your marriage.  As we approach 2012, let’s get ready to shine our marriages to the world more than we did in 2011.

So when someone looks at my wife and I and ask the question…”I wonder are they married?”; they will look again and simply say…”Oh yeah, they’re married!”.

Love hard and love true.  Let us know your thoughts.


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Cedric and Christel Wells

Cedric and Christel Wells

Cedric and Christel chose to join their lives together on March 6, 2004. Over these seven years, they have endured obstacles that many married couples go through…learning the hard/easy ways to grow and strengthen their bond.