Communication has existed from before the beginning of time. And it began with God, when he created everything, through speech. He simply spoke and it all came into being.
“I love my enemies!” my little granddaughter piped up during their family devotions. “What enemies do you have?” her parents asked, certain she had none, and hadn’t even the faintest idea what it meant!
No taller than a 10-year old, with a sly and suspicious gleam to her eye, she played the part of the proverbial evil landlady with me, while sweet as honey around Hubby. The other residents, also hostile, seemed amiable by comparison. And the dark, dank apartment revealed a miserly streak as well.
Do you know the tale of The Little Engine That Could? The little train in that children’s story discovered he could do anything by first convincing himself that he could. So he went around continually repeating, “I think I can, I think I can…”
Marriage is a learning process. I’ve found that no matter how long you’ve been married or how great your marriage is, there is always something new to learn. Some area that needs improvement, or things to forgive.