It’s the little things that count. Too often the big things in a marriage get the most attention while the little things go unrecognized for lack of importance. However, if you can begin the practice of forgiving your spouse for the little things, then when the big things come up it will be a much easier task. It’s like running a race. You train for the race gradually, increasing your speed, intensity, and distance with each practice. Eventually you are prepared to run the race at your best because of the practice even if you didn’t feel well that day. Yet, if you were to run the race cold, even with the best intentions at heart, you would not do as well as if you practiced a little every day. It is the same with forgiveness. Practice forgiving the little things each day and when the big things come along you will have your training in forgiveness to fall back on even when you don’t feel like forgiving.
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