Wake Up Your Love With This Marriage Devotional

Marriage is something that can be a challenge even in the best of marriages. Many times due to life changes our marriage has to take the back seat to every other obligation we have. The one pattern I have seen throughout the years in successful marriages is the ability to continue to love deeply every day completely throughout your life together with your spouse. One of the ways that I ensure that I do that is with marriage devotions of various different kinds. That’s why I was pleased when I was given the chance to review Awaken Love The Song Devotional from FlyBy Promotions in exchange for an honest blog review.

Awaken Love The Song Devotional Marriage Devotional

Awaken Love The Song Devotional is a six week marriage devotional that will help couples “awaken their love” for each other. This book focuses on the Song of Solomon book from the Bible. It puts into perspective many of the verses from that book of the Bible into how it relates to our marriages in our society today. They cover topics including desire, intimacy, fighting, romance, commitment, and faith. All of these things are about awaking the couples love for each other.

Love Deeply Every.Day.Completely.

To love deeply EVERY.DAY.COMPLETELY. requires digging in your heels and striving to show your spouse your unselfish love and desire to have them in your life. I’ve mentioned my love of the Love and Respect Dare Series to you many times. I have stressed that I fail at loving completely myself; so, I’m definitely no better than anyone else in this arena. However, I do make a conscious effort to love my husband with an unselfishness that I don’t normally possess.

Awaken Love The Song Devotional  does a good job of making the reader remember what their relationship was like when it was brand new. It’s easy to love a spouse when things are new and fresh and when there isn’t outside issues to deal with.

The real challenge of loving someone comes into play when you have to shower them with love during the hard times of life. Some of the life challenges that can make a marriage crumble are unemployment, health issues with the couple themselves or immediate family or even close friends of the family, moving, and figuring out the best way to raise your kids together. This devotional reminds us that we were a couple long before all of these issues and the goal is to be one when these issues pass (and they always do in some form or another.)

It also reminds us of the importance of time being love and loving like there is no tomorrow. I am a huge fan of those principles and know the value of them. You could hand me a huge mansion, and if it was empty of love I’d be miserable. I think in our society today we spend far more time enjoying the finer gadgets and strive to earn the top dollar for fancier houses and cars that we don’t spend enough of our time loving those that we share our lives with.

Overall I do recommend the Awaken Love The Song Devotional. It’s not overly preachy at all, in fact other than mentioning the verses they are referring to, it is really like reading Kyle & Desirae Idleman’s true love story. We all know I’m a sucker for a true love story because I praise God every day that I’m living my own.

Enter to Win Awaken Love The Song Devotional Book

One lucky winner can fill out the Giveaway Tools form an win their chance to win this marriage devotional for themselves. Please be sure to read the terms and conditions. The giveaway is open from November 23, 2014 until December 3, 2014. Be sure to add tidbitsofexperience@gmail.com to your contact lists in order to receive your winner notification email. If you don’t want to wait to see if you won this book you can buy it on Amazon for $11.69.

What is your favorite marriage devotional?


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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

4 comments on “Wake Up Your Love With This Marriage Devotional”

  1. Hey there, I found you via the NaBloPoMo blogroll.

    As part of NaBloPoMo I try to comment on as many participating blogs as I can, and I am also adding participating blogs to my feed reader. So I’m just dropping by to let you know I’ve added your blog to my feedreader, whenever you publish a post I will see it. 🙂

    I have created three bundles on Inoreader so that bloggers can easily visit other participating NaBloPoMo bloggers which you can find a few posts back on my blog.

    Your blog is in the second bundle.. I also have a link up going at my place so my readers can find participating blogs which you are more than welcome to add your blog link to.

    Looking forward to seeing your posts. You may see me drop by again during November, but it might be December before I finish my first drop by to blogs if I don’t get faster at leaving comments. 🙂

    Happy NaBloPoMo to you!

  2. I have the Love Dare Devotional. It is my only one that I have. My marriage is really strained right now.

    • Marriages go through those high and lows. I’ll be adding your marriage to my prayer list. I am an email away if you need an outside perspective, but warning, I do play devils advocate in hopes of helping you see things from a different perspective than you may be seeing it now to try and help. (It comes from playing the role of a mediator for a long time!)

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