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Marriage: Two Hearts, One Love, One Mind

"Teach me how to love you"

Shalom royal mishpacha (family)! In a world that is counter-Yahuwah, often times it is difficult to navigate through life with correct knowledge and understanding. We live in a society that is reared in perversion, from social media to TV shows. Many of our upbringings were rooted in perversion, in which information concerning the roles of a man and woman are blurred. Now we're living in a day when the family structure Yahuwah created is now deemed toxic/nuclear by the LGBTQA+ group. (WE AT EMPOWERED BY TRUTH MINISTRIES DO NOT CONDONE OR ENCOURAGE SODOMY!!! WE ARE AGAINST IT! IT IS NOT OF YAHUWAH AND COMPLETELY AGAINST NATURE! WE HOLD TO THE UNITY OF A MAN AND A WOMAN!!!!!) From infidelity to abandonment, from absence to abuse, to born into the deception of marriage from a greco-roman culture; we have lacked understanding of what marriage is from a Hebraic perspective and from Yahuwah's original intent. With that being said, the institution of marriage is designed to reflect Yahuwah's mind/heart in the earth through a man and a woman. This ministry's goal through the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit) is to help guide the hearts of the ones married back to each other. We will be giving insight via teachings/blogs on how to build a successful marriage. Whether you're unmarried, married, engaged, thinking of marriage, etc... these lessons are tools to help prepare your heart for a spouse and ultimately our relationship with our creator. Review these things, constantly watch/read the information for your learning with your spouse. Understand the heart of your marriage. The objective of marriage is for two individual single people to be single together. Bereshiyt(Genesis)2: 24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. Being single doesn't mean you are not married or engaged. It means that you are A whole person. Marriage doesn't complete you but should compliment you. Marriage is not a cure for struggling individuals, but rather a continuation of a legacy. Marriage will expose you, challenge you, and if handled right upgrade you. Marriage is only as good as your investment in it. How much do you value your marriage? Are you willing to put in the work? The question you have to ask yourself is, what am I bringing to this union, and what am I leaving for an inheritance? If you're ready to put in the work to make this a union Yah is proud of, then family, let's begin.

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