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Those words must have touched her heart sooo much , not just because the words are powerful but because they are coming from someone she Loved So Much . Who is she ? Open your bible to Genesis 12:11 , it reads :

" As he was about to enter Egypt, he said to his wife Sar'ai: ' Please Listen! I know what a beautiful woman you are' "

If you were Sarai , how would you feel ? Happy , of course . Who knows probably this statement helps Sarai during those troubled times of their relationship ... This is a lesson for our couples , compliment yourselfs , dont let strangers do that for you . The more you compliment each other , the more your love for each other deepens and such love can endure any condition .

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On 07/01/2016 at 10:39 AM, Canticles said:

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On 05/07/2015 at 11:51 PM, Canticles said:

Those words must have touched her heart sooo much , not just because the words are powerful but because they are coming from someone she Loved So Much . Who is she ? Open your bible to Genesis 12:11 , it reads :

" As he was about to enter Egypt, he said to his wife Sar'ai: ' Please Listen! I know what a beautiful woman you are' "

If you were Sarai , how would you feel ? Happy , of course . Who knows probably this statement helps Sarai during those troubled times of their relationship ... This is a lesson for our couples , compliment yourselfs , dont let strangers do that for you . The more you compliment each other , the more your love for each other deepens and such love can endure any condition .

Hi brother praise Jah that is true indeed. That is often the missing ingredient in our marriages ( especially us brothers of African descent). The mere thought of complementing one's wife could be misconstrued as a weakness.  But the opposite should be true, the more we complement our wives, the more they will feel appreciated and loved. 

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On 3/12/2016 at 10:15 PM, Vido said:

 

Hi brother praise Jah that is true indeed. That is often the missing ingredient in our marriages ( especially us brothers of African descent). The mere thought of complementing one's wife could be misconstrued as a weakness.  But the opposite should be true, the more we complement our wives, the more they will feel appreciated and loved. 

Exactly my brother

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