13 Responses to 7 Things We Don’t Do To Hurt Our Marriage

  1. Solid choices. Robert and I visited evangelist Billy Graham’s Library last week. Interesting to note that one of his choices NOT to do from the beginning of his ministry was never to be alone with any woman other than his wife. By the grace of God he and his wife never had to deal with some of the scandals others in ministry have walked through. Could this choice have been part of that?

    So true that we’re defined as much by what we do, as what we choose NOT to do!

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    • Debi Walter says:

      Lori,
      How fun to visit Billy Graham’s library. Sounds like a great day to blog about.

      Tom had the same conviction about him never being alone with a woman, but his last job required him to do that from time to time – in a business setting, though. It was good for me to trust God to protect us both during that short season. I realized how much I needed to grow in that area.

      Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Amy says:

    This is a very loving and helpful list for anybody who is trying to make a marriage work. I’ll share and pin. I know it can be helpful for others as it is for me!

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  3. Debi – Great idea, and great list. I see copycat blogs coming!

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  4. Okoro Chinedu says:

    Edu this is wonderful.

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  5. Excellent list! My husband and I have been married for almost seven months, so we are still laying a foundation for the rest of our marriage. I love this format for putting down on paper our boundaries. Thanks!

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    • Debi Walter says:

      Maurie,
      Congratulations on 7 months! You have a lifetime of learning, growing, loving and enjoying each other. And to think of the rich resources available to you if you purpose to lay that strong foundation. Happy Easter to you both! We’re glad you stopped by to comment. Come back often. We love to hear how things are going from our readers.
      Blessings,
      Debi

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  6. Adam's Eve says:

    These are great things NOT to do in your marriage. It’s easy to think about what you should do and what you are doing, but harder to remember what you shouldn’t do. I love your commitment to keep your marriage pure, godly, and strong!

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