Sailing the“C’s”of aSuccessfulMarriage
Marriage is from God.
Marriage is ruled by God.
What does God tell usabout marriage?
Commitment
“What therefore God hasjoined togther, let not manseparate.”    — Matthew 19.6, CB NT p. 36
Commitment
Commitment
Concern
“Husbands should lovetheir wives as their ownbodies.”   — Ephesians 5.29, CB NT p. 342
“train the young women tolove their husbands.”      — Titus 2.4, CB NT p. 377
Cooperation
“Likewise, husbands, live withyour wives in an understandingway, showing honor to thewoman as the weaker vessel”         —...
“I will make him a helperfit for him.”      — Genesis 2.18, CB OT p. 3
Companionship
“My breath is strange tomy wife.”       — Job 19.17, CB OT p. 800
“Two are better than one,because they have a goodreward for their toil.” — Ecclesiastes 4.9, CB OT p. 1052
Communication
“Let no corrupting talk comeout of your mouths, but onlysuch as is good for building up,as fits the occasion, that it maygi...
“It is better to live in a cornerof the housetop than in ahouse shared with aquarrelsome wife.”       — Proverbs 25.24, CB...
“Her children rise up and callher blessed; her husband also,and he praises her.”      — Proverbs 31.28, CB OT p. 1047
“Know this, my belovedbrothers: let every person bequick to hear, slow to speak,slow to anger”          — James 1.19, CB N...
CommitmentConcernCooperationCompanionshipCommunication
Will today be theday you decide to  go to heaven?
Lesson slideshows (with notes)     and audio can be found at:www.churchofchristmiranda.com
Photo Credits: (All photos from istockphoto.com are copyright protected. Please do not use without permission.)Sailing: ht...
Compiled and Presented by:Miscellaneous                                                                    Dave Stewart   ...
Sailing the "C's" of a Successful Marriage
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Lesson from Zeke Flores. The five c’s of a successful marriage are commitment, concern, cooperation, companionship, and communication.

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Sailing the "C's" of a Successful Marriage

  1. 1. Sailing the“C’s”of aSuccessfulMarriage
  2. 2. Marriage is from God.
  3. 3. Marriage is ruled by God.
  4. 4. What does God tell usabout marriage?
  5. 5. Commitment
  6. 6. “What therefore God hasjoined togther, let not manseparate.” — Matthew 19.6, CB NT p. 36
  7. 7. Commitment
  8. 8. Commitment
  9. 9. Concern
  10. 10. “Husbands should lovetheir wives as their ownbodies.” — Ephesians 5.29, CB NT p. 342
  11. 11. “train the young women tolove their husbands.” — Titus 2.4, CB NT p. 377
  12. 12. Cooperation
  13. 13. “Likewise, husbands, live withyour wives in an understandingway, showing honor to thewoman as the weaker vessel” — 1 Peter 3.7, CB NT p. 410
  14. 14. “I will make him a helperfit for him.” — Genesis 2.18, CB OT p. 3
  15. 15. Companionship
  16. 16. “My breath is strange tomy wife.” — Job 19.17, CB OT p. 800
  17. 17. “Two are better than one,because they have a goodreward for their toil.” — Ecclesiastes 4.9, CB OT p. 1052
  18. 18. Communication
  19. 19. “Let no corrupting talk comeout of your mouths, but onlysuch as is good for building up,as fits the occasion, that it maygive grace to those who hear.” — Ephesians 4.29, CB NT p. 340
  20. 20. “It is better to live in a cornerof the housetop than in ahouse shared with aquarrelsome wife.” — Proverbs 25.24, CB OT p. 1037
  21. 21. “Her children rise up and callher blessed; her husband also,and he praises her.” — Proverbs 31.28, CB OT p. 1047
  22. 22. “Know this, my belovedbrothers: let every person bequick to hear, slow to speak,slow to anger” — James 1.19, CB NT p. 401
  23. 23. CommitmentConcernCooperationCompanionshipCommunication
  24. 24. Will today be theday you decide to go to heaven?
  25. 25. Lesson slideshows (with notes) and audio can be found at:www.churchofchristmiranda.com
  26. 26. Photo Credits: (All photos from istockphoto.com are copyright protected. Please do not use without permission.)Sailing: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chiperoni/282006687/sizes/l/in/photostream/Broken ring: 693792-orgRing on Bible: 389002484_944c65ae25_oHispanic Couple: iStock_000004044172Bicycling couple: iStock_000011082865Old Couple: iStock_000007651769Kissing couple: 2335089-orgHolding couple: iStock_000005933808
  27. 27. Compiled and Presented by:Miscellaneous Dave Stewart 24 April, 2011#05 Las Cruces, NM www.churchofchristmiranda.com Sailing the “C’s” of a Successful Marriage Synopsis: Lesson from Zeke Flores. The five c’s of a successful marriage are commitment, concern, cooperation, companionship, and communication. “Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.” “Let all that you do be done with love.”

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