Trustworthy

Take Me Around the Dance Floor-Part Three

Trust is an important part of a marriage.  Without it, it most likely will fail.  

How do we build trust within a marriage?  We build trust over time with our life experiences and prove ourselves to be trustworthy.  Are we honest with each other?  Do we do what is right in the best interest of our marriage?  

Can you share with each other your fears, failures, and weaknesses and not feel they will be shared with others.  

If we have each other’s best interests in mind and love each other, we will do what is right.  So what is right?  We are blessed to have God’s Word to show us how to be trustworthy, right, pure and honest in our marriage. 

Are we trustworthy with our finances?  Are we trustworthy in what we watch on the television or the internet?  

A good question I ask myself is, “Would Dan be okay with the decision I am making? Am I being secretive? Would I be doing this if Dan was standing right next to me?” Maybe that’s why I don’t take him shopping with me. : 0

Trust is an important part of a marriage.  Without it, it most likely will fail.  

God’s Word

Do not let kindness and truth leave you; Bind them around your neck, Write them on the tablet of your heart. So you will find favor and a good reputation. Proverbs 3: 3-4

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