Life is beautiful and ideal Christian home is beautiful as life. It starts with the couple potentially loving themselves as believers, progressively teaching their children the way of the Lord and powerfully propagating the Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to give lives a new meaning.
Potentially, the couple builds their self-concept, understands the rules of relationship and maxims of maturity to have a beautiful marriage.
Progressively, they create a strong family bond where they teach their children the Word of God and train them in the way they should go (Proverb 22:6).
Powerfully, the couple builds intimacy in their spiritual life through faith in God. Thereby living the Word of God and doing the right things at the right time and for the right purpose, by the power of the Holy Spirit. As a child of God and blessed couple, you should build a closer relationship with God; building a strong bond of shared faith that do not just build an extraordinary marital bond but creates the perfect bond of unity among the family members to accomplish God’s vision and be totally fulfilled.
An ideal Christian home is a concept that begins with the couple. In other words, the couple must build their self-concept first, and love each other. They should understand the rules of real relationship, what it takes to have a beautiful marriage, especially when it comes to spiritual connection to build a unique family bond and allow God to be in charge of your home.
Ideal Christian home is very important. That is why our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ described marriage on a very spiritual level. “And said, For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and shall be united firmly (joined inseparably) to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh” (Matthew 19:5 AMP). This instruction is very vital to the extent that God Himself gave it at creation in Genesis 2:24.
Therefore, in order to build an ideal Christian home, couples should learn to cling to the Lord (Deuteronomy 10:20), hold fast to God’s ways (Deuteronomy 11:22), serve God and cling to Him (Deuteronomy 13:4), obey God’s voice and hold fast to Him (Deuteronomy 30:20). When couples do this, they establish a lifestyle which enables them to train the fruits of their marriage, their children to be like them. Thereby making their home an ideal Christian home (Psalms 128:3, Act 16:13).
A couple is made up of man and wife and the man is the father of the home. It is absolutely in the man’s best interest to make Christ Jesus his head because every Christian home is founded on the solid rock – Christ Jesus (Matthew 7: 24-25). Every man should get married to his wife (Genesis 2:18) and build an ideal Christian home.
Copyright, Anyaele Sam Chiyson