The Spiritual Connection

The Spiritual Connection

The “Connection”

A very important thing to remember when you’re married is to be on one accord with your spouse. A marriage cannot prosper when the husband going one way and the wife going the other way. It’s a must that you are on one accord with each and every part of your life, especially on the spiritual level. When you both are spiritually connected it helps bring you closer in other areas of your life. To me it seems like me and my husband are apart of the “few” crew when it comes to going to church together. I mean I see so many women in church by themselves and a lot of them are married! Why is this? Remember placing God first in your marriage? I understand if your husband is sick, or working, but any other time he needs to be there with you! A lot of times married couples have problems because somewhere somehow a “connection” was lost. So why not start getting connected on the spiritual level? It’s pleasing to my heart to know my husband and I are able to worship the Lord together because we are on one accord. Believe me this will help with all other aspects. See why being connected to your spouse is so important in my book, It Takes Two: Obtaining a Good Marriage in a Bad World. Buy it here:


The Intimacy Connection

Let me just add this in here, I couldn’t help myself. I just talked about being on one accord in ALL areas of your marriage. Listen when you and your husband are on one accord spiritually, mentally, and physically oooo honey your intimacy connection will be like no other!!! When the both of you are fully engaged and are on the same page with intimacy, you will feel an overwhelming feeling of desire and love for one another. Each time you engage in “relations” (sex for those of you who want me to break it down) you will feel as if it keeps getting better and better. Trust me on this one Ladies!!! Learn how to keep your sex life lit here:





So if you are having a hard time getting your husband to church, I’ve got three things you can do that will get them to church!  

  1. Ask– Have you ever heard of the scripture saying that you have not because you ask not? Ask him to go to church with you. He probably saying to himself, “well I guess she doesn’t want me to go, since she hasn’t asked”. Asking him wont hurt at all. And on the other end you probably thinking, “why should I ask him? He should just go without me having to ask!” Just ask and when you do say politely with an upbeat attitude, “Hey baby you wanna go to church Sunday? Pastor message was awesome!” or “Baby would you like to go to church with me next week? It would mean so much to me if you were there!” Try it and see what happens, also don’t give up if he has an excuse, keep asking!
  2. Pray- Speaking from experience, prayer works. A family that prays together, stays together. You wanna know why? Because of that spiritual connection and bond that has been formed. Make it a habit to pray with your husband weekly. Also pray by yourself daily, pray and ask God to give you that spiritual connection with your husband, pray for a change of heart (for the better). Talk and say whats on your mind while you are praying.
  3. Be his inspiration- The bible says that a sanctified wife, sanctifies the husband. Inspire him with your words, inspire and encourage him with your actions. Let him see the evidence of God working in your life. Send him encouraging messages through out the day. Play inspirational and gospel music around the house, and even while you are in the car. Share with him how a spiritual connection is very important and how it will align everything else up. 

Now don’t knock it before you try it! Nothing beats a failure but someone who is willing to try! Remember that this spiritual connection is the key to your marriage being able to prosper. Think of it as an important piece that you need to finish your puzzle. If you find that you need help with this schedule your FREE evaluation call with me, and find out how I can help guide you through. Schedule here:

Talk Soon,




  1. Melesha Oglen
    March 6, 2018 / 10:57 pm

    Omg! This post was so much what I needed right now. Being that I am contemplating marriage, being spiritually connected was very important to me. Thank you for sharing.

    • blessedmom4
      March 12, 2018 / 10:16 pm

      Hey Lesha,
      I am so glad that you were able to relate to this post. While dating its very important to make sure you both share the same common core goals, have spiritual connection, and share similar lifestyles. Look at dating as a friendship and that you are getting to know him. Being that once you get married a stable foundation will have been laid. Thanks for reading.