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Lesson from Zeke Flores. The five c’s of a successful marriage are commitment, concern, cooperation, companionship, and communication.

Lesson from Zeke Flores. The five c’s of a successful marriage are commitment, concern, cooperation, companionship, and communication.

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  • 1. Sailing the“C’s”of aSuccessfulMarriage
  • 2. Marriage is from God.
  • 3. Marriage is ruled by God.
  • 4. What does God tell usabout marriage?
  • 5. Commitment
  • 6. “What therefore God hasjoined togther, let not manseparate.” — Matthew 19.6, CB NT p. 36
  • 7. Commitment
  • 8. Commitment
  • 9. Concern
  • 10. “Husbands should lovetheir wives as their ownbodies.” — Ephesians 5.29, CB NT p. 342
  • 11. “train the young women tolove their husbands.” — Titus 2.4, CB NT p. 377
  • 12. Cooperation
  • 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. “I will make him a helperfit for him.” — Genesis 2.18, CB OT p. 3
  • 15. Companionship
  • 16. “My breath is strange tomy wife.” — Job 19.17, CB OT p. 800
  • 17. “Two are better than one,because they have a goodreward for their toil.” — Ecclesiastes 4.9, CB OT p. 1052
  • 18. Communication
  • 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. “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. “Her children rise up and callher blessed; her husband also,and he praises her.” — Proverbs 31.28, CB OT p. 1047
  • 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. CommitmentConcernCooperationCompanionshipCommunication
  • 24. Will today be theday you decide to go to heaven?
  • 25. Lesson slideshows (with notes) and audio can be found at:www.churchofchristmiranda.com
  • 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. 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.”