“……..they made me the keeper of the vineyards; but mine own vineyard have I not kept. Song of Solomon 1:6”
Yes! life is about engaging in daily activities and so you can be extremely busy, occupied with one thing or the other almost all the time, but at a reasonable point, you will have to draw a line especially when over-commitment are setting in.
The core area can be about your job, business, special assignments, role in the church or ministry, society, even success and achievement can start sending wrong signals that needs urgent attention.
Since all of these can be very quick in taking over your priority or silently Shifting your primary focus in building a strong and healthy marriage/relationship you truly desire, thereby jeopardizing the love, care and intimacy your spouse and children always requires.
Therefore, it is pertinent to create enough time for your marriage.
Also, every lasting Marriage will requires the couple to evolve around a committed life of strong faith, season-less prayer and worship in regular fellowship with brethren in the local assembly.
Therefore, it is high time to:
*Wake up and take caution now!
*Be sensitive with the wellbeing of your marriage !
*Don’t allow things to get wrong or worst before doing it rightly !
*Don’t expose your marriage to the danger of non-chalant attitude and sorrow of abandonment!
* Don’t handle serious spiritual cases with levity!
*Don’t betray the confidence of your spouse and children!
*Beware of over-commitment!
*Procrastination is a dangerous spirit, be prompt in responding to issues in your marriage, always be there for them.
*Give your marriage a whole love and care !
God bless your marriage !!