Pride is a thief in marriage. It’s our God-Tool of Humility that crushes pride and let’s God lead.  That’s what this Double Date with Mark and Jill is all about!

AUDIO:

TRANSCRIPT: Your-God-Tool-Of-Humility.pdf

Talk About It

Are we characterized by half apologies?

Can we identify a place in our marriage where we need to surrender? To move out of the driver’s seat of our marriage and let God do the driving?

Of the five quotes below in the Notes and Quotes section, which one “stings” the most for you?

Think About It

Do I have trouble apologizing?
Am I characterized by a half apology or a full apology that asks for forgiveness?

Am I an expert finger-pointer in any area of my spouse’s life?

Of the five quotes below in the Notes and Quotes section, which one “stings” the most for me?

Notes and Quotes

Without humility we’re self-centered. But with humility, we are others-centered.

Without humility, our way is the right way. But with humility, other ways can be a different kind of right.

Without humility your needs and desires are the most important consideration. But with humility, others’ needs and desires are taken into consideration.

Without humility, conflict has no closure because there are no full apologies. But with humility, conflict has closure, because we can say, “I’m sorry, will you please forgive me?”.

Without humility, it’s all about doing things my way. With humility, it’s all about doing things God’s way.