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Marriage Advice from the Bible

October is almost here! It seems only a short while ago that I accepted the challenge to write every day for 31 days. Deep breath. 

We can all agree that marriage is the world's oldest institution. Adam and Eve were the original "made for each other" couple. They met. Took one look at each other and knew they were each others forever.

There are many couples in the Bible. Some appear to have been happy, others not. Fast forward a few thousand years and people are still getting married. Some happily, others ... not. 

One would have thought after all this time we would have gotten better at. Instead we're still trudging along.

So, for the 31 days of October, as part of the write 31 days challenge, let's explore the marriages in the Bible and see what lessons we can learn.

I invite you to check back every day to find new marriage advice.

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