Day 10: Love is unconditional

But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8

TODAY’S DARE

Do something out of the ordinary today for your spouse—something that proves (to you and to them) that your love is based on your choice and nothing else. Wash her car. Clean the kitchen. Buy his favorite dessert. Fold the laundry. Demonstrate love to them for the sheer joy of being their partner in marriage.

The Love Dare is a 40-day challenge for husbands and wives to understand and practice unconditional love. You can do it as a couple, or if your marriage is in trouble, do it as an individual, for your marriage, out of obedience to Christ. Each day has a challenging lesson on love, followed by a ‘dare’ for the day, and space to journal how it went. For more information visit Fireproof My Marriage

I would ask for you all to pray for us as we embark on this journey, and let me know if I can pray for you as well. Click here to start from Day 1!

If you’re participating in The Love Dare, I would love to hear from you! Add your link to our McLinky so we can all pray for each other!

One Comment

  1. I am in Day 10 of the Love Dare. Second time around. I am doing it by myself as my husband of 28 years and I have separated yet again. My husband has not lived under the same roof as me for a whole year in more than 12 years. Our marriage has never been a marriage, more a life of companionship for my husband when he decides to. I have never felt like a bride, let alone a wife. But I continue to pray that God changes our hearts. Many have told me my husband is selfish and I should have nothing to do with him. He is that person who is never is willing to see my side. He comes home when he misses me and retreats when the going gets tough. He is vindictive, and gives me the silent treatment. We were in the middle of a wonderful European holiday when he told me he would divorce me when we returned home. He left our home a week after returning and did not contact me for 11 months. He is gone again. Unconditional love is so, so hard, no it would be impossible, if it were not for my relationship with my Lord and my God. But when is it time to let go, and just let God …..

    Robyn

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