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The BE attitudes of Marriage HD – Mark Gungor

The BE attitudes of Marriage HD – Mark Gungor



Mark Gungor’s humorous, educational, and eye-opening content will help your relationship with your loved one.

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  1. CrimsonRunnerToJesus

    He is the first preacher I've ever heard to interpret Philippians 4:13 correctly. He brings it with the correct context taken from vs 11 and 12….. as Paul wrote: "…for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content. I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound: every where and in all things I am instructed both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need. I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Praise God for brother Mark Gungor.

  2. Jake Dusnake

    There’s a story I heard let me retell it. We were young and dumb but had to grow up and try to be responsible parents at a young age. My husband was 16 I came in the picture at 18. Him and I is what u like to call hot heads and stubborn as a jack ***. But one thing that we had going was we both were strong believers and love our Father Jesus Christ. I also have what they call “Daddy issues” and he at times can loss control and subconsciously be violent. After 13 yrs we own our hm and have 3 healthy kids nothings perfect but life is steady. But I’ve become weak and noticed I’m missed mistreated. Also find myself mistreating him or think negative thoughts of my husband. I threw in the towel and we sleep in separate rooms. We discussed that we will be civil to be under the same roof for our children. Obviously this is not the best choice but a father that is not hm, it’s a bad outcome. We both came from broken homes. Any advice?
    No one gave this woman advice only put her down and were very unchristian. I wanted to say something but lost of words. Please any advice anyone

  3. whisperingsage

    Yup on the feeling thing. My husband, a city boy, when I asked him to put the goat on the milk stand the first time, told me she didn't WANT to get on the stand. I had to teach him he had to use a little force to get her up there. I thought that was odd.

  4. Hánah N.

    9 Be-attitudes of marriage

    2:57Be nice (don’t listen to how you feel)
    8:57Be content (learn to be happy even when life sucks..enjoy the journey of life..sometimes things work out, sometimes they don’t. Rejoice! This is the secret that Paul discovered in Philippians 4. We can do (endure) all things through Christ who strengthens us)
    17:10Be connected (find couple friends, hopefully ones that have better marriages than you or spend 150$ an hour on a counselor lol)
    18:57Be prepared (life and marriage are tough, but anything worth having is. Character will last a life time, sexy has a shelf life..marriage is about doing life together)
    24:27Be proactive (do life on purpose. Intentionality not spontaneity.)
    25:49Be clear (about what you need, what you’re feeling, and what you’re going through. Ask for what you want. Ask more than once. Ask without insulting.)
    31:09Be doers (do the right thing, don’t just think and feel it)
    31:25Be patient (you can eventually get him to where you want him. Marriage is a dance that is perfected over time..you have to be patient)
    33:07Be dead (kill the selfish part of you..lay down your life, pick up your cross. Die and transform.)
    Let go and let God. You don’t get everything you want.

  5. Paulette Logan

    Love we you Pastor Mark…I believe God has raised you up for a time as this. Thanks for keeping things real, it is what I appreciate most in life and from people on a whole. I believe as thinking human beings we should all be practicing what you teach. Our lives and relationship with others would be much more meaningful. Keep up the good work and continue making positive impact on peoples lives. Every Blessings!

  6. Deer O

    This is such a fantastic sermon that delivers, restores and strengthens. Will definitely share with people I know/. Thank you so much, Pastor Gungor–God bless you, your family and your ministry!!!!

  7. hankypanky IOI

    Maybe a better way to say it, would be to listen to how you feel but don't act on how you feel. Being aware of how we feel is important because feelings exist to clue us in to our subconscious. Repressing your feelings can lead to acting out in ways you will have no control later on in life.

  8. Arthuria Rossi II

    I am inspired by this man, he uses his gifts, talents and abilities to convey very meaningful messages! Our family no longer attend church nor identify with any ideaology but truth speaks for itself! These messages help period! YT is such a blessing if one searches out people with something to give that benefits your issue, circumstance! After binge watching a few videos people like yourself have posted, We are grateful! Thank You!

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