How to End Marital Strife

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Listen to Dr. Brown’s no-holds-barred, straight to the point message entitled, “How to End Marital Strife,” preached at FIRE Church in June, 2013. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: To every couple struggling in their marriage, humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord. Honor one another. Put each other first and the blessing and smile of God will come to you.


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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Marriage is something beautiful, sacred and holy. What God has joined together, let no one separate.



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  1. Dear Dr. Brown,

    Greetings and Blessings to you, your family and ministry team in the Name of Jesus! I hope you are enjoying your vacation with your loved ones.

    I listened to your broadcast today, “How To End Marital Strife” and was exceptionally Blessed! Though I’ve never been married and a senior citizen the topic stills catches my attention and also like to share good messages with others.

    Is there any way to get a copy of it? And where on your webpage can you listen to it again.

    Many thanks for your ministry and encouragement.


    A Sister In Christ
    Cathy Reynolds

  2. Hey Cathy

    Below is message I saw on a different blog on this site.. but i think the link will have a download section for you to get a copy to listen and keep


    IF you’d like to download Dr. Brown’s sermons and messages please go to his Message Archives page where you can download hours and hours of free resources. Here is the link:

    Clay with AskDrBrown Ministries

  3. Whenever there is strife there is a cross to bear isn’t there? And doesn’t it take two to stive against one another?

    But what if one has an argumentative spirit, one that would like the other one to be the same, as if strife is what they like, as if it’s some kind of battle to win and winning over the other is some kind of goal to achieve?

    There’s always the cross isn’t there? There were no arguments at the cross. Who did Jesus rebuke at the cross?

    Should we always leave a brother or sister to bear their cross whatever it might be, or are we to bear one another’s burdens also?

    What if every Christian marriage had someone to go to whenever they did not manage to work out
    their own troubles by themselves?

    What if every older Christian had training in doing the work of reconciliation, learning to hear matters between two parties, being only interested in hearing whatever is the cause of some present distress or oppression by another,
    not being willing to hear evil for the sake of harming another, or exercising some kind of evil power over another, but rather being willing to verify facts, walk through things with the two or more parties, examing actions taken which are the cause of another’s suffering, and ask for mercy when mercy is due, being impartial, willing to do the same for one as for another, being swift to hear and slow to speak, willing to pray through things, leading others to the Lord through prayer, helping them to take small things to the cross, whatever is the present cause of suffering,
    and when there is no present distress, then they have learned a little bit about walking through things together, learning about how to find out if a thing is right, and learning how to choose the good rather than any evil, learning how to find something good on any page of scripture, turning their attention to the things of God, finding something good whenever evil abounds, knowing they can because everything is good in the kingdom of God?

    This could be a good help for marriages.

  4. Brown IMHO add as #1 – marry a sensible spouse, one with wisdom (Godly wisdom) and not an unbeliever coz they’ll be like a cancer in the bones.

  5. , I yearn to understand the oenlwhvrmieg response that GenY provides in reaction to Satanism. I suspect that most are merely misinformed children of God’s who look to rebellion and controversy for comfort.I have begun (reluctantly, I must say) a small research project to learn more about this (IMHO) faux religion, its founders and its many adherents I, too, have sought the truth and I, too, have encountered many philosophies and religions not to mention cults.In my search, however and in my yearning to understand all that is both natural and supernatural I have been guided and bound! by principles which go back to my youth and, in many instances, predate my generation, as well as that of my parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, great(2)-grandparents, great(3)-grandparents, etc.True, there was a time when I was more rebellious and that rebellion costed me much pain, grief, and delay in seeking The Truth. I was side-tracked for a time while I sorted through the confusion and finally realizing that I had been rebelling for the sake of rebellion and for no other reason In short, I was like the character played by a ! LOL

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