Dorothy felt both perplexed and enchanted by Frank’s mystique: She had never met a more private man, and he often evaded her questions. Near the end of the date she might ask him where he was going or what he was planning to do. He would just wink, smile knowingly, and say, “I’ll call you tomorrow.”
Frank’s behavior seemed a bit odd, but Dorothy told herself that everybody has a right to privacy. Certainly Frank had a right to keep some things to himself.----Dr. Harley, His Needs, Her Needs.
The question at hand is: In marriage does your spouse have a right to privacy?
We are going to see what Dr. Harley says about this tomorrow. How much privacy do you think is good in marriage?
See you in the morning. Blessings, Lynn
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Marching Around Jericho is a spiritual guide. As you read through the pages, powerful and transformative instruction and equipping takes place. We follow Jesus as he leads us around the walls, imparting kingdom truths with each passing, finally arriving at the gates of the walled-off city, our spouse’s unbelieving heart. After the circles in prayer are complete, we arrive fully prepared to command the walls to crumble and be removed, making a way for our spouse to step from the rubble of lies and captivity, into faith and freedom!