Marriage, which is known as a foundation, and can likewise be called marriage or the bounds of marriage, is a socially perceived and appointed relationship between a man and a lady called a companion or couple, that lays out privileges and commitments between them, as well as among them and their kids, and among them and their parents in law and family members.

According to the Bible, God has set his own rules for his children's marriages to ensure that they are happy and successful. The following are those principles.

1) Don't call your wife nasty names like "useless wife," "bastard," or "blessed, precious, capable, beautiful, and virtuous woman" (Colossians 4:6, Proverb 31:28-29). 
2) Don't forget that your wife is the most valuable possession that was given to you by God (Proverb 12:4, Proverb 18:22)

3) Remember to look at the degree of tranquility of genuine serenity of your better half. ( Proverb 27:17)
4) Don't connect with men who need believability and a generational outlook. ( Proverb 13:20)

5) Never permit your folks or relatives to direct the issues of your home, recall "Subsequently will a man leave his dad and mom and separate to his better half" (Genesis 2:23-24)

6) Never wave off the thoughts, guidance, or ideas of your better half in light of your conceited interest (Proverb 1:5, Proverb 19:20)
7) Never treat your better half as a worker (Ephesians 5:29). She is your assistant and not a worker.

8) Never make your significant other a negative contextual investigation before your loved ones. ( Proverb 5:18, Proverb 21:23). Keep in mind that they will interpret your wife as you present her.

9) Never question your significant other regardless of what you are familiar with her past. ( 1 Corinthians 13:5). Safeguard her character and don't utilize her past to hurt her.

10) Don't deny your better half her right. She claims your body, have intercourse with her at whatever point she needs you. 11) Don't neglect the well-being of your home (see 1 Timothy 5:8) (1 Corinthians 7:4-5). Your house is your picture, safeguard it.

12) Don't contrast your significant other and another lady. ( 2 Corinthians 10:12). It can obliterate her adoration and confidence in you.

13) Never betray your significant other regardless of what the condition might be. (Proverb 6:32, Proverb 5:20). Something that can without much of a stretch kill marriage is betrayal, keep away from it no matter what.

14) If you want your relationship with your wife to grow effectively and continuously, you should water and nurture the love you show her. Ephesians 5:28–29) 
15) Never disregard your wife's efforts; rather, appreciate her more and more (Proverb 31:28b) 

16) Never discuss your wife's weaknesses with friends in a public setting. Proverb5:17.
17) Don't threaten your better half under any condition. ( Proverb 19:11, Proverb 20:3). She won't love or respect you as much as she used to.

18) Never under any circumstance place your companions, family, or work over your better half. She is your best friend, a part of your life, and your backbone. Upon the arrival of the wedding, you were made one body, one soul with her.

19) Don't focus on yourself. It could end your marriage. Ephesians 5:28; Philippians 2:3–4) 20) If you are lustful, you should never make plans to harm your wife.
21) Never set up a family without having a family vision (Proverb 29:18, Habakkuk 2:2-3)

22) Never cause your better half to feel second-rate and uninformed before your companions, family any other individual, or even you the spouse.

23) Never come close to your better half's demeanor with your ex's disposition. ( 2 Corinthians 10:12)
24) Don't be languid to deal with your significant other and your kids. ( 1Timothy 5:8)

25) Never permit cash to be the power of profound devotion in your marriage. ( 1 Timothy 6:10) 
26) Don't ever hurt your wife, no matter how much she insulted you (Colossians 3:19, 1 Peter 2:19-20) 

27) Don't let your children stand in the way of your relationship with your wife. You wedded your significant other, not your kids, and she was there before your youngsters were conceived however that doesn't make your kids less significant. Keep in mind that they still have a life to live, and when you die, only your wife will be there to cook for you, comfort you, and refresh your body, soul, and spirit in the bedroom (Matthew 19:6). 

28) Never conceal your wife's phone calls, text messages, or mailbox passwords. In a marriage that wants to be successful, the ultimate in continuous trust, faithfulness, love, and confidence is transparency. 

29) Never owe your wife anything and always give her the best; best enamored, best consideration, most valuable things and that which has a place with her (Romans 13:8)

30) Never show a heart of dissatisfaction to God and your valuable spouse, consistently and forever be thankful for their presence in your life, since they are important for your satisfaction. ( 28 Proverbs).

Marriage is better than whatever we envisioned it to be nevertheless that is provided that we can do marriage in God's as our own would prefer.

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