Jon and Jess the Relationship Revivalists uncover the missing ingredient to happiness. We know that there are things we can tolerate in a relationship until they get fixed but there has to be a degree of being happy in your relationship for these things to be tolerated.
So often we look for happiness in our significant other, but that doesn't work for the long-term. Being happy in your relationship doesn't mean that you are madly in love physically because the physical part can fade. The part that makes us happy with our spouse is when we can share struggles with each other and know that there will be a team work to help each other be better than the previous day.
So when we are a team (a united front), there's a security in that very front that speaks of strength and power. These traits come from God, The Father. This is the conclusion that will give you a relationship rooted in abundance in all areas of life. So we challenge you to find your happiness in God first.Before we even are in a #relationship, we really need to cultivate that amazing relationship that we can have with our heavenly Father. #GodFirst Click To Tweet
Relationship From The Very Beginning
Jon and Jess look back to Adam and Eve in Genesis, and discover a timely mistake. First off, Adam and Eve both did something that was against what God, the Father, instructed them not to do. They did things out of fear, lack or perhaps envy.
This is a clue that we can apply to our relationships.
That missing ingredient to happiness could be doing things that show
Some notes about Gods character:
- He loves to take what we trust him with and work it out.
- He watches over us closely.
- He protects us.
- He is not containable.
- He is love, peace, and joy. He doesn't just give these, he is.
- He is the author of relationship.
- We learn how to have good relationships from our relationship with him.
- He is our source.
These very characters are the traits that we aim to be in our every day living. Could it be that Jesus really did show us exactly how to have a successful relationship? In other words, Jesus modeled to us what a successful relationship truly is no matter when someone lived.
In conclusion, Jon and Jess talk about a reminder that the (Nehemiah 8:10).The #joy of the Lord is our strength. #Nehemiah #Laugh Click To Tweet
Joy is an important must-have to carry on.Jon & Jess
Scriptures mentioned in this podcast:
- Genesis 2:24
- Genesis 3:8
- Nehemiah 8:10
Lastly, Jon and Jess allude to an exciting project they have been working on so look for more news to come.