the marriage fight

Posted By on Sep 5, 2013 | 4 comments

I can’t finish this post. Not now. It’s too soon.

But grace is unmerited favor. I thought I knew about grace, but I didn’t. Until now. I’ve been shown favor I’m not deserving of, time and time again. By a woman who said “I do” over 9 years ago. And she shows that grace because of a God who loves her and pours His grace into her, time and time again.

Without those graces, I wouldn’t be able to type this post, that much I know.

I have Type 1 Bipolar Disorder, which we just recently discovered. It explains (or starts to) a lot of things. I need grace now more than ever, and I have found that grace.

For grace I am eternally grateful.


  1. Everyday is a new beginning, and a new chance to trust God in this scary, terrifying, clumsy, and mixed-up world. All we need to do is extend the hand and say, “Lord, here I am. Send me.” He sent you into this marriage with Danielle because He knew, even if no one else did, that you guys needed each other to become complete and perfectly Jesus-shaped. Its all a part of the process. Love and hugs coming out to you today. Keep praying, keep trusting, and keep kissing the gorgeous wife of yours every morning of every day, for the rest of your lives. She’s a treasure, that one!

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  2. His Promises are Yes and Amen

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    • We are all truly thankful for His grace!!! I am also so thankful that God is in control and He sees the whole picture!! Yeah!!!

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  3. It is an honor that you would make yourself vulnerable in this way to me. Thank you. I look forward to reading further.

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