Hindsight Is 20/20 Analysis

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They always say “hindsight is 20/20”. Hindsight is thinking about things after it has happened and 20/20 refers to perfect vision. Thus, when someone says “hindsight is 20/20” they are usually realizing a decision they made could have been made much better. There are many Christian marriages that are created by contracts. In fact, the Church enforces a contract marriage to shun couples away from ‘shacking’. Unfortunately, the covenant aspects of marriage may or may not be shared to the couple. We believe the covenant aspect is often overlooked and not shared or emphasized as much as the contract part of marriage. Many couples, then, enter a union they believe to be a covenant but in reality is only a contract. Standing in a church and …show more content…
These marriages are operating under contract principles hoping and expecting for a covenant result. To be clear, we believe, all Christian marriages must be a covenant marriage with or without a contract. To be clearer, we do not condone ‘shacking’ where a covenant or contract has not been made. In our book, ‘Til Death or Divorce, A Book About Marriage, we discuss and define the two types of marriages in the United States, civil marriage and biblical marriage, we discuss the laws of marriage in the United States, and we define a covenant marriage and how we used 4 specific scripture references to do so. For Christians, a marriage is a covenant #tildeath, it requires 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 to be given and taken, it requires Ephesians 5:25 to be key, it requires an understanding and practice of 1 Corinthians 11:3,8-12, and it requires us to be light to a sinful world exemplifying Galatians 5:22-23 at all …show more content…
The problem in our society today is there are no old grandmothers passing wisdom down to their children and their children’s children. Because after you reach a certain age, you just tell it like it is. Instead of older and wiser women teaching the younger women, we have a world filled with women who don’t want to “judge” even though they know good and well he is not the RIGHT person for her.

The second way is good old fashion church. If we used scripture, as it is intended to be uses – a guiding light, we would not be bombarded with this question in relationships and marriages. Another great problem in our society today is there are no old grandmothers in the church passing wisdom down to their children and their children’s children. Instead of older and wiser women teaching the younger women, we have a world filled with women who don’t want to “judge” and preach “we all sin” so his sin of X, Y, or Z is just going to happen and you have to deal with it. NOT!

We believe after you use this guide you will have at least one question answered. We will give you questions and you answer. These questions are real, deep, and non sugar coated. If you can get through this guide, HONESTLY WITH YOURSELF, then you will have your answer to the question .. Is he the one for

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