“There’s this strict call for all of us to remain ordered to the truth of love in our relationship; it’s when we’re abiding in Christ, when we’re united in Him, that’s how we can love rightly. “
If we’re relying on our own strength to do the things that we need to do, then we’re giving our “us” to one another, giving ourself to someone. We need to be giving Christ to one another, so we need to be filled with Christ.
“It’s hard to say no people. When someone comes up to you and is like “Hey, could you help me with this?” you want to be like “Yeah, I’m happy to help you with that!”. But at the expense of what? At the compromise or sacrifice of what?”
“My vows that I professed at the alter: I can remain faithful to them. Because what Christ is doing in me, because of the Holy Spirit that has been sent to all of us, that we can rise up to the challenges, and that we can truly love.”
“Mary’s role is to lead us closer to her son. That’s her number one mission. It should be the number one mission for all of us. My number one mission in life should be to lead everyone in the world to Jesus. She does that par excellence.”
“God gives us the grace and the strength to lead our spouse and our children closer to God – to fulfill the mission of love.” -Jason Angelette The greatest challenge of marriage is to lead our spouse and our children to God. This is our job as the “help-mate” – to help them strive to grow closer to God. There …
“If your house stinks, you don’t need to sell your house, you just need to take the garbage out.” – Jason Angelette Jason explains that there are more than just two options when you feel miserable in your marriage. He relates Christ’s steadfast love for His often wayward church to the commitment you make to your spouse, even when they …