April 16, 2024

Rebuild to Prosper


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Rebuilt to Prosper

by Lena joseph
And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken.
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Ecclesiastes 4:12
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Marriages are such a fantastic journey full of surprises, and some challenges as well. Just like any other exciting part of our lives! It’s a privilege to share precious moments, recount accomplishments, and create unforgettable memories with your significant other. And while it’s not always a bed of roses, it’s important to stick together and support each other through thick and thin.


Relationships can be complicated, and sometimes it can be difficult to maintain the connection you once had with your partner. Couples may start to feel distant from each other, typically because of negative experiences they’ve had within the relationship, resulting in hurt, pain, and disappointment. The good news is, regardless of the reasons that led to the disconnection, there are ways to rebuild and reignite the love, passion, and trust that you once shared with your partner. It’s possible to hit the reset button on your relationship and begin again, this time with the goal of fostering a deeper understanding and more meaningful connection with each other. Remember, it takes time and effort to rebuild a relationship, but with patience, commitment, and willingness to work together, you can overcome the issues that caused your relationship to falter and create a stronger, more loving bond.

Words were spoken, feelings were hurt, but as usual the two swept it under the rug, and build up walls. Years went down the road, and life went on as usual, conflicts rose up, walls got highter, wounds got deeper.


Hoping and expecting things to get better, is not just going to happen, pretending pain doesn’t exist isn’t a way to solve problems… but starting over, or rebuilding what was lost, is the step we need to take, to move forward.

You already have a great foundation, of love, respect, and understanding, now build upon that foundation, and make renovations.

Examine what is missing, and rebuild that which was taken. Only this time, take out the instructions, fix the issues, solve the problems, and slowly rebuild your home, with the help of Christ-your maker.

We sometimes build our marriages on assumptions, past experiences, and old expired feelings, but we are to build with patience, love and respect each day. Each day is a gift, and an opportunity to build something new forgetting what is behind looking forward, to that which is ahead.

Take down anything that is not beneficial for your marriage, bad habits, wrong behaviors, hateful words, and spiteful actions, through communication, patience and kindness.

Don’t rush, slowly take step by step, and move with patience. Lives were shattered, hearts were broken, deep wounds, and scars were formed. Slowly reinforce lies with truth, and rebuilt the broken walls, with trust, faith, respect and honor. Anything that stands in your way, or blocks your vision, or union, is to be taken captive, in other words, removed or destroyed.


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Brick by brick, day by day through kindness, patience, gentelness, faithfulness, and self control. Find out what makes his heart beat, her smile, then meet him there, and dance to her beat. If you have lost trust, take time with him in that area, if patience isn’t there, show up through example. Be kind, gentle, even if he isn’t, show up, until you know you’ve done all.



When we face difficulties, it’s natural for the relationship to face some strain, but it’s important to work through them and create an even stronger partnership in the end. Remember, a great relationship requires a lot of love, commitment, understanding, and patience to grow into something truly beautiful that lasts forever.


Also fast and pray for Breakthrough in your marriage. That means seeking God about your issues, then stepping in to fix them. If you are not a believer, and do not recognize the power of prayer, get counseling and therapy. Fasting gives you clarity and focus. Abstaining from what is desirable, giving focus to that which matters. God is able to make things better, if you show up and do what you are supposed to.

I am rooting for prosperous marriages that are blossoming and growing with purpose, and those that aren’t there is HOPE for the broken! With God all things are possible!

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