Tip Top Marriage Tips

top marriage tips

Taking these Tips for marriage

Will keep it from being a mirage

Because you are well-ordered

And will be well-rewarded.



Always give God first place

Then you will seek and see His face


Remember to prayer together

Then you will stay together.


Respect and honour each other

Then you will not tear apart each other


Woman, give him what he wants

And you will have what you want.


Man, give her what she deserves

Love and affection without reserve.


Daily encourage each other

Then you will gel and grow together


Daily read and meditate on the Bible

Then you can be united in your struggles


Give communication central in your union

And you will always have communion.


Be swift to hear and slow to speak

Then you will not make the marriage weak


Protect and honour your marriage vows

Then your romantic life will be wowed.

Understand that love is choice, not a feeling

Then you will wise up regardless of how you’re feeling.


Have a godly goal for your family

Then you will go far in your matrimony.


Do not let friends or others drive a wedge between you and your spouse

Then you will win and make your abode a home and not just a house.


©Fenny West2013






Mothers are Many

Mothers are Many


Mothers are many

But your type is few

Sacrificing always

Sunshine or dew.


Summer of winter

You are always there

And when I fear

Your comfort is there.


None can compare

None can take your place

I can find no where

Your warmth and grace.







©Fenny West2013



Blessed Bosom of No Compare

Genesis 8:11

The dove came in to him in the evening.

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Blessed be the Lord for another day of mercy, even though I am now weary with its toils. Unto the preserver of men lift I my song of gratitude. The dove found no rest out of the ark, and therefore returned to it; and my soul has learned yet more fully than ever, this day, that there is no satisfaction to be found in earthly things-God alone can give rest to my spirit. As to my business, my possessions, my family, my attainments, these are all well enough in their way, but they cannot fulfil the desires of my immortal nature. “Return unto thy rest, O my soul, for the Lord hath dealt bountifully with thee.” It was at the still hour, when the gates of the day were closing, that with weary wing the dove came back to the master: O Lord, enable me this evening thus to return to Jesus. She could not endure to spend a night hovering over the restless waste, not can I bear to be even for another hour away from Jesus, the rest of my heart, the home of my spirit. She did not merely alight upon the roof of the ark, she “came in to him;” even so would my longing spirit look into the secret of the Lord, pierce to the interior of truth, enter into that which is within the veil, and reach to my Beloved in very deed. To Jesus must I come: short of the nearest and dearest intercourse with Him my panting spirit cannot stay. Blessed Lord Jesus, be with me, reveal Thyself, and abide with me all night, so that when I awake I may be still with thee. I note that the dove brought in her mouth an olive branch plucked off, the memorial of the past day, and a prophecy of the future. Have I no pleasing record to bring home? No pledge and earnest of lovingkindness yet to come? Yes, my Lord, I present Thee my grateful acknowledgments for tender mercies which have been new every morning and fresh every evening; and now, I pray Thee, put forth Thy hand and take Thy dove into Thy bosom.