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Staying in Love

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Sharable notes for the October 30, 2016 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! (Each point is less than 140 characters!)

  • If you're single, don't think of yourself as inferior. Single is a a spiritual empowerment God can use to accomplish His purposes.
  • If we see love as a just a feeling, when that feeling’s not there, we will seek the feeling in other people, places and things.
  • Our earthly marriage is a shadow of our most ultimate union, our union to Christ.
  • Marriage meets our desires for companionship, affection, affirmation and security. It teaches us to love like God, often with grace.
  • The key to staying in love is mutual submission - making the other the priority, submitting personal agendas to the greater whole.
  • Wife as her husbands helper means she is a source of strength in his life.
  • Husbands, lead your wife like Christ with servant leadership. As servant leader you take initiative for the benefit of others.
  • Staying in love means we need to learn to love like God. Mutual submission teaches us what it means to love like God. 
  • Jesus looked to others interests, set aside glory to serve others, opted for relationship over control. That's our example.
  • “The primary point of marriage is to teach you to wash the feet of another sinner.” Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • When we love our spouse, we mutually submit to each other, not because they deserve it, but out of reverence for Christ.
  • We can saturate our marriages, homes and workplace with the gospel when we ask others this question - "What can I do to serve you today?"