This article is about Christian relationship quotes! These christian relationship quotes couples will help you reaffirm your relationships!
God loves it when two souls come together and unify! Here are 13 christian relationship quotes encouragement!
13 Christian Relationship Quotes
1 – “If God is going to write your loves story, He’s going to first need your pen.” ― Eric Ludy
2 – “In no way did God want me to settle for one of the typical “jerks” who were a dime a dozen. He wanted me to save myself for a man who had His very nature and character within him. And He wanted me to trust Him enough to bring that special man to me in His perfect time.” ― Leslie Ludy
3 – “Respect is more valuable then the amount of times guys flirt with you.
It’s better to have one trustworthy real man then any amount of boys interested in you.
The “cool” guys may not notice or date you but the right one will marry you.” ― Rachel Hamilton
4 – “Dating with no regrets means keeping your focus on Jesus, so that no matter what happens in your relationships with others, your relationship with God remains intact.” ― Debra Fileta
5 – “No matter where we are today or what mistakes we’ve made in the past, He has given us everything we need to glorify Him right now.” ― Joshua Harris
6 – “Because I had no awareness of who I was or what I needed, I found myself settling for a mediocre relationship rather than holding out for what was best.”― Debra Fileta
7 – “A good marriage isn’t something you find; it’s something you make.” ― Gary L. Thomas
8 – “God created us in his image, male and female, with personhood and sexual passions, so that when he comes to us in this world there would be these powerful words and images to describe the promises and the pleasures of our covenant relationship with him through Christ.” ― John Piper
9 – “Fix your eyes on Jesus and the plans he has for your life. Look ahead, and run after him with all your heart. Then look around. Whoever has kept up with you, marry that person.” ― Debra Fileta
10 – “God created us with sexual passion so that there would be language to describe what it means to cleave to him in love and what it means to turn away from him to others.” ― John Piper
“After God, who is the central core pillar to any Christian marriage, there are four important marital relationship foundations. These are:
* Self-Esteem – if you don’t love yourself you will find it almost impossible to accept love from others.
* Friendship – a strong friendship will sustain your marriage even when feelings of love are harder to find.
* Laughter – it will improve your quality of life, your health and your relationships
* Romance – feeling close to your partner can be the glue which holds your relationship together through the rough patches, but the absence of romance causes a void that problems will easily fill.”
― Karen M Gray
12 – “The great prize in dating is Christ-centered clarity. Intimacy is safest in the context of marriage and marriage is safest in the context of clarity. The purpose of our dating is to determine whether the two of us should get married, so we should focus our effort there.” ― Marshall Segal
13 – “A Christian marriage is [not] one with no problems or even a marriage with fewer problems. (It may well mean more problems.) But it does mean a life in which two people are able to accept each other and love each other in the midst of problems and fears. It means a marriage in which selfish people can accept selfish people without constantly trying to change them—and even accept themselves, because they realize personally that they have been accepted by Christ.”― Keith Miller