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The Family Tree

The Family Tree

Getting married has far-reaching impact on our lives and who we are; far beyond what we can see in the midst of all the hustle and bustle of wedding planning.

It is an activity that connects two families together forever. This implies that both families begin to share common history, identity, challenges and opportunities.

Hence, marriage does not leave you the same. There is a favour that comes with getting married. We have seen people whose lives accelerated on getting married. More so, two are better than one because they are able to achieve more through synergy.

Yes, marriage does not leave us the same, but we must learn how to leverage on the privileges and opportunities it presents. There is no point having a spouse who is equipped with insight, connection, personality and credibility, if you both are not merging your competences to strengthen your family or pursue a common vision. It’s not what you have that makes you prosper, but what you are USING WELL.

Considering that marriage does not leave us the same, sometimes, negative experiences are triggered in people’s lives because of the person they are married to. If this is your situation, there is hope for you. Through death of Jesus Christ, every curse was taken off your family, your part is to accept what He has done. Transform your marriage today!

Chidi & Victor Akunna
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  • Annabelle Enos-edu Reply

    Ecclesiastes 4:10 If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. but pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. Marriage is to help enhance each other but also both spirits should be one with another. marriage with two different spirits not agreeing on anything doesn’t work, and its always good that two of you have something you’re both bringing to the table that will strengthen both of you. Changes come in a marriage because at the onset, we do not present our true self, which cannot be hidden for too long and cause issues when one begins to show their true character. If the person is the chosen one from God, it ain’t really necessary to try and impress, we need to be ourselves. Howbeit, difficult as it may be.

    June 3, 2015 at 12:16 pm

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