I Samuel 26:2,7-9,12-13,22-23; Psalms 103:1-4,8,10,12-13; I Corinthians 15:45-49; Luke 6:27-38
A certain couple had been married fifty-one years and still acted like newlyweds. The husband was in poor health, a shut-in. The couples’ pastor describes what he calls “One of my favorite shut-in visits” …
The husband laboriously shuffled across the room and sat down next to me. The wife sat down as close as possible to him on the arm of his chair.
I asked them how they had managed to sustain their beautiful relationship for more than fifty-one years. The dear old man looked up at me as though surprised to hear that they had been married that long. Then he said, “Emma and I decided the day we got married not to get angry with each other…
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