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Memorable

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1. There is nothing worse than being stuck in a boring relationship!

My friends boring marriage - same date night, same restuarant, same flowers
25% of couples are bored in their current relationship and another 25% are on the brink of being bored. That’s 50% of all couples.
Boredom is basically like an attack on our relationship's immune system — once weakened, we're all the more susceptible to a cascade of ailments.
When was the last time you had your mind blown by your significant other?
When was the last time you had your mind blown by your significant other?
We don’t even try:
—too tired / too busy / too much work to do / too expensive / too many kids activities
— too busy
--- too much work to do
too tired / too busy / too much work to do / too expensive / too many kids activities
— to expensive
— too many kids activities

2. A memorable relationship prioritizes quality moments or quantity moments.

“It was Esther’s....”
Does your spouse have your favor?
Do they have your grace?
Are you so fond of them that you are willing to inconvenience yourself to give them incredible moments to remember?
** Xerxes created Esther Day. This took a lot of time, planning and execution. It was her’s. How special does it feel to know that someone loves you enough to plan and execute “a day for you?” **
We know why he did it - she won his love, grace and favor (17).
God thinks memorable relationships are important:
Ecclesiastes 9:9 NCV
Enjoy life with the wife you love. Enjoy all the useless days of this useless life God has given you here on earth, because it is all you have. So enjoy the work you do here on earth.
We know why he did it - she won his love, grace and favor (17)?
Translation - all you have are the memories you create with each other - so get at it!
xxxxx
Terri and I in MEXICO on ATV’s

3. Make your marriage less boring and more memorable by committing to one incredible date night per month!

Exodus 20:8 ESV
“Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
It means to set aside:
With God - Keep it Holy!
With Your Spouse - Keep it Hot!
Research shows how reactivation of memories stored during a positive experience can suppress the effects of stress-induced depression. - Science Daily 2015
Have a weekly date night - make one- mind blowing.
Have a weekly date night - make one- mind blowing.
no kids, no cellphones, no work, no disrtactions.
spa date / personal chef / dancing / photo shoot / boat ride / pool shoot / fireplace chill
Passion will grow as your hearts anticipate a night to remember.
You will put permanent markers on the heart and mind of your love and make it harder for the enemy to put another in their peripheral.

What Would This Church Be A Like If We Shared Incredible Date Nights?

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