1. You will only feel you are doing too much when the love is not mutual 
2. The husband sets the mood of the wife, the wife sets the mood of the home 
3. If you don't catch the little foxes before they ruin your garden they will grow to become the reason why you give up on your garden 
4. If you are not ready to be a friend, you are not ready to be a spouse. The foundation of marriage is friendship 

5. As long as your spouse can't testify that he/she is loved, you are not loving right 
6. Who you love is a private decision, don't base it on public opinion 
7. Be careful you don't let third parties and outsiders keep you from seeing the treasure in the one you have chosen to love 

8. Every day is another chance to love your spouse better, deeper and sweeter 
9. If you treat your boss,  pastor, or clients better than your spouse; you have your priorities wrong
10. God writes more amazing love stories than the best soap operas; involve God in your love life 
11. If you want peace in your relationship, learn to respond and not react
12. Don't just expect your spouse to be faithful to you, let your spouse enjoy being faithful to you. Faithfulness shouldn't be a struggle 

13. Children are a blessing but don't let them come in between you two. When they grow and move out, what quality of love will you two have?
14. People don't nag in a vacuum, they nag out of neglect. A loved-up spouse is a secure spouse 
15. Don't expect good communication if you are not peaceful, available, and easy to talk to 
16. Don't treat your spouse right only when lovemaking is the agenda

17. When it comes to love, you get what you invest 
18. Don't try and copy another couple or live like they do; each couple has their own journey 
19. When you take lovemaking out of the equation, will you still need each other? lovemaking has a shelf life, love is for a lifetime 
20. Treat your spouse how you'd want your spouse to treat you

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