Sustain Relationship!

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Sustain Relationship!

Sustain Relationships!

“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” Romans 12:10

There is no surefire secret to sustaining a successful relationship, but if you want to make it work, you must put in the effort. One of the most important things you can do is make becoming happy your priority. You need to be at peace with yourself before expecting anyone else to be at peace with you. It is no secret that relationships are hard work. And, while there are no guarantees that a relationship will last with everything you listen to or read from this series of our Magnificent Life Daily Devotional (because every relationship is different, and we all have different needs and desires that are unique to fix ours). However, whatever you need to adjust to fit into the new reality of your relationship, do your best to make it work.

Nevertheless, you can do a few things to increase your chances of success. But before we continue to dive into this series of ‘Sustain Relationships,’ it is important to make becoming happy on your own a priority. If you are unhappy, it won’t be easy to be satisfied in a relationship. So don’t try to find your partner’s mistakes first because they may be the reason for your unhappiness. Instead, focus on yours first and try to find ways to improve your relationship. Remember, God did not give us His only-begotten son (Christ) because we make him happy; instead, He finds a perfect solution to improve our relationship.

John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”

So, what effort have you invested? When it comes to sustaining successful relationships, many people believe that the relationship makes them happy. They think they will finally be content and fulfilled if they can just find the right person. However, this isn’t necessarily true. Your state of mind tends to influence how you react to relatives and friends in a personal relationship, not the other way. If you are not at peace with yourself, you will not be able to find lasting happiness in a relationship.

You have to be emotionally healthy and stable before you can even consider entering into a relationship. Only when you are truly happy and content within yourself can you share your love with someone else. Relationships don’t make you happy; they amplify whatever emotional state you are in already. So, if you are feeling insecure or unhappy, your partner will most likely feel those same negative emotions. However, it’s important to understand that this is just one of many ways to create a positive relationship. Isaiah 12:3 says, “With joy, you will draw water from the wells of salvation.”

1. Dear Lord Jesus, thank you for helping me to sustain my relationship with my heavenly Father. I am thankful for your help in building strong trust and confidence between us.
2. Jeremiah 23:29; Oh Lord by fire and the (hammer) of your Word, I destroy every evil emotion hindering my relationships and breakthroughs with others in Jesus’ name.

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