A lot has happened in 6 years! We’ve added 3 girls to our quiver, moved to a different country, and have lived half of our marriage in the bush of Africa. Our world is radically different from that day 2,190 days ago in Battle Ground, Indiana.
Marriage is school. It never stops. My subject of study is my wife Sarah (1 Peter 3:7). Here are some lessons I’ve learned the past 6-years with her.
1. My wife gets more beautiful each year. I have rarely seen Sarah put on make-up. She doesn’t need it. She is a natural beauty. This is so mushy, but I simply like looking at her.
2. My wife has become my bestie. I have had many good good friends, but Sarah is the best best friend I have. She knows my junk. She is patient and loving with me. She helps me become a better man.
3. Compliment the food even if it wasn’t a home run. This has taken me a few years to learn. My wife is a great cook. In Chad, she doesn’t have a lot to work with, yet she finds a way to knock most out of the park.
4. It is loving to listen.
5. Praying together grows intimacy. Enough said.
6. It’s worth the wait. I was 29 years old when I married. I would wait another 29 if I knew it would be for a woman like Sarah.
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What a beautiful tribute to marriage and your beloved!