Have you heard of the man that slapped the woman?
You must be conversant with the woman that sex-starved her man?
These two once professed love to each other but somewhere along the line, the love went missing.
You will deceive yourself to believe that this cannot happen with you. As long as you are human and the person you are with is human, love can go missing in your relationship.
This is why we profess love to God and the Holyspirit and still hurt him. The human nature is naturally faulty.
- Renew your mind regularly. Remind yourself what love means to you.
- Express love daily to your spouse. The more you do, the more you push the faulty human nature out. If you constantly fellowship in love with your spouse, you give no room for hatred and any form of bitterness.
The antidote against ‘missing love’ is to never go a day without ‘fellowshipping’ in love (whether with God or your spouse).
If it is your desire to keep the love in your relationship going strong, then, you must make giving and showing love a daily affair in your relationship. Those who are able to do this don’t have business with Missing Love.
Are you loving your spouse enough to keep the love from going missing?
Hey, my name is Gabriel and I’m in the business of making sure you don’t ever have to consider divorce or break up. However, I only like to do this for you before you get married because that’s when I can easily help you uninstall all the negative programming and operating system that is guaranteed to make your love life and marriage a hell hole.
I and my team use a system called E.P.A.T of The High-Value Partner Principle. We get you to become a certain type of person who can build a certain kind of life or marriage.
You can call me coach, expert, author, speaker, trainer or whatever you like. These are roles I fill at different times but they don’t define me.
I am simply a guy who is becoming the High-Value and wants to help you do the same while we make God proud together.
For coaching, training or speaking engagements, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org