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This is a Love Dare for Married Couples , and for people who desire to be married.39 days of daily challenges for married couples to strengthen and ignite the Fire in Marriage. Look below and read the daily list, enjoy each other and have a Prosperous marriage Agape: The%20Love%20Dare%20for%20Marriage.pdf
THE LOVE DARE
40 Days Love Journey
Day 1: Love is patient
Be completely humble and gentle; be
patient, bearing with one another in love.
—Ephesians 4:2 NIV
The first part of this dare is fairly simple.
Although love is communicated in a
number of ways, our words often reflect
the condition of our heart. For the next
day, resolve to demonstrate patience and
to say nothing negative to your spouse at
all. If the temptation arises, choose not to
say anything. It’s better to hold your
tongue than to say something you’ll
Day 2: Love is kind
Be kind to one another, tender-hearted,
forgiving each other, just as God in
Christ also has forgiven you.
In addition to saying nothing negative to
your spouse again today, do at least one
unexpected gesture as an act of kindness.
Day 3: Love is not selfish
Be devoted to one another in brotherly
love; give preference to one another in
Whatever you put your time, energy, and
money into will become more important
to you. It’s hard to care for something
you are not investing in. Along with
restraining from negative comments, buy
your spouse something that says, “I was
thinking of you today.”
Day 4: Love is thoughtful
How precious also are Your thoughts to
me. . . .How vast is the sum of them! If I
should count them, they would
outnumber the sand.
Contact your spouse sometime during
the business of the day. Have no agenda
other than asking how he or she is doing
and if there is anything you could do for
Day 5: Love is not rude
He who blesses his friend with a loud
voice early in the morning, it will be
reckoned a curse to him.
Ask your spouse to tell you three things
that cause him or her to be
uncomfortable or irritated with you. You
must do so without attacking them or
justifying your behavior. This is from
their perspective only.
Day 6: Love is not irritable
He who is slow to anger is better than
the mighty, and he who rules his spirit,
than he who captures a city.
Choose today to react to tough
circumstances in your marriage in loving
ways instead of with irritation. Begin by
making a list below of areas where you
need to add margin to your schedule.
Then list any wrong motivations that you
need to release from your life.
Day 7: Love believes the
[Love] believes all things, hopes all
—1 Corinthians 13:7
For today’s dare, get two sheets of paper.
On the first one, spend a few minutes
writing out positive things about your
spouse. Then do the same with negative
things on the second sheet. Place both
sheets in a secret place for another day.
There is a different purpose and plan for
each. At some point during the
remainder of the day, pick a positive
attribute from the first list and thank
your spouse for having this characteristic.
Day 8: Love is not jealous
Love is as strong as death, its jealousy
unyielding as the grave. It burns like
—Song of Solomon 8:6 NIV
Determine to become your spouse’s
biggest fan and to reject any thoughts of
jealousy. To help you set your heart on
your spouse and focus on their
achievements, take yesterday’s list of
negative attributes and discreetly burn it.
Then share with your spouse how glad
you are about a success he or she
Day 9: Love makes good
Greet one another with a kiss of love.
—1 Peter 5:14
Think of a specific way you’d like to
greet your spouse today. Do it with a
smile and with enthusiasm. Then
determine to change your greeting to
reflect your love for them.
Day 10: Love is
God demonstrates His own love toward
us, in that while we were yet sinners,
Christ died for us.
Do something out of the ordinary today
for your spouse—something that proves
(to you and to them) that your love is
based on your choice and nothing else.
Wash her car. Clean the kitchen. Buy his
favorite dessert. Fold the laundry.
Demonstrate love to them for the sheer
joy of being their partner in marriage.
Day 11: Love cherishes
Husbands ought also to love their own
wives as their own bodies.
What need does your spouse have that
you could meet today? Can you run an
errand? Give a back rub or foot massage?
Is there housework you could help with?
Choose a gesture that says, “I cherish
you” and do it with a smile.
Day 12: Love lets the other
Do not merely look out for your own
personal interests, but also for the
interests of others.
Demonstrate love by willingly choosing
to give in to an area of disagreement
between you and your spouse. Tell them
you are putting their preference first.
Day 13: Love fights fair
If a house is divided against itself, that
house will not be able to stand.
Talk with your spouse about establishing
healthy rules of engagement. If your
mate is not ready for this, then write out
your own personal rules to “fight” by.
Resolve to abide by them when the next
disagreement occurs.If a house is divided
against itself, that house will not be able
Day 14: Love takes delight
Enjoy life with the wife you love all the
days of your fleeting life.
—Ecclesiastes 9:9 HCSB
Purposefully neglect an activity you
would normally do so you can spend
quality time with your spouse. Do
something he or she would love to do or
a project they’d really like to work on.
Just be together.
Day 15: Love is honorable
Live with your wives in an understanding
way . . . and show her honor as a fellow
heir of the grace of life.
—1 Peter 3:7
Choose a way to show honor and respect
to your spouse that is above your normal
routine. It may be holding the door for
her. It might be putting his clothes away
for him. It may be the way you listen and
speak in your communication. Show
your mate that he or she is highly
esteemed in your eyes.
Day 16: Love intercedes
Beloved, I pray that in all respects you
may prosper and be in good health, just
as your soul prospers.
—3 John 2
Begin praying today for your spouse’s
heart. Pray for three specific areas where
you desire for God to work in your
spouse’s life and in your marriage.
Day 17: Love promotes
He who covers over an offense promotes
love, but whoever repeats the matter
separates close friends.
—Proverbs 17:9 NIV
Determine to guard your mate’s secrets
(unless they are dangerous to them or to
you) and to pray for them. Talk with
your spouse, and resolve to demonstrate
love in spite of these issues. Really listen
to them when they share personal
thoughts and struggles with you. Make
them feel safe.
Day 18: Love seeks to
How blessed is the man who finds
wisdom, and the man who gains
Prepare a special dinner at home, just for
the two of you. The dinner can be as nice
as you prefer. Focus this time on getting
to know your spouse better, perhaps in
areas you’ve rarely talked about.
Determine to make it an enjoyable
evening for you and your mate.
Day 19: Love is impossible
Let us love one another, for love is from
God; and everyone who loves is born of
God and knows God.
—1 John 4:7
Look back over the dares from previous
days. Were there some that seemed
impossible to you? Have you realized
your need for God to change your heart
and to give you the ability to love? Ask
Him to show you where you stand with
Him, and ask for the strength and grace
to settle your eternal destination.
Day 20: Love is Jesus
While we were still helpless, at the right
time Christ died for the ungodly.
Dare to take God at His Word. Dare to
trust Jesus Christ for salvation. Dare to
pray, “Lord Jesus, I’m a sinner. But You
have shown Your love for me by dying
to forgive my sins, and You have proven
Your power to save me from death by
Your resurrection. Lord, change my
heart, and save me by Your grace.”
Day 21: Love is satisfied in
The Lord will continually guide you, and
satisfy your desire.
Be intentional today about making a time
to pray and read your Bible. Try reading
a chapter out of Proverbs each day (there
are thirty-one—a full month’s supply),
or reading a chapter in the Gospels
(Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John). As
you do, immerse yourself in the love and
promises God has for you. This will add
to your growth as you walk with Him.
Day 22: Love is faithful
I will betroth you to Me in faithfulness.
Then you will know the Lord.
Love is a choice, not a feeling. It is an
initiated action, not a knee-jerk reaction.
Choose today to be committed to love
even if your spouse has lost most of their
interest in receiving it. Say to them today
in words similar to these, “I love you.
Period. I choose to love you even if you
don’t love me in return.
Day 23: Love always
[Love] always protects.
—1 Corinthians 13:7 NIV
Remove anything that is hindering your
relationship, any addiction or influence
that’s stealing your affections and
turning your heart away from your
Day 24: Love vs. Lust
The world is passing away, and also its
lusts; but the one who does the will of
God lives forever.
—1 John 2:17
End it now. Identify every object of lust
in your life and remove it. Single out
every lie you’ve swallowed in pursuing
forbidden pleasure and reject it. Lust
cannot be allowed to live in a back
bedroom. It must be killed and
destroyed—today—and replaced with
the sure promises of God and a heart
filled with His perfect love.
Day 25: Love forgives
What I have forgiven, if I have forgiven
anything, I did it for your sakes in the
presence of Christ.
—2 Corinthians 2:10
Whatever you haven’t forgiven in your
mate, forgive it today. Let it go. Just as
we ask Jesus to “forgive us our debts”
each day, we must ask Him to help us
“forgive our debtors” each day as well.
Unforgiveness has been keeping you and
your spouse in prison too long. Say from
your heart, “I choose to forgive.”
Day 26: Love is responsible
When you judge another, you condemn
yourself, since you, the judge, do the
—Romans 2:1 HCSB
Take time to pray through your areas of
wrongdoing. Ask for God’s forgiveness,
then humble yourself enough to admit
them to your spouse. Do it sincerely and
truthfully. Ask your spouse for
forgiveness as well. No matter how they
respond, make sure you cover your
responsibility in love. Even if they
respond with criticism, accept it by
receiving it as counsel.
Day 27: Love encourages
Guard my soul and deliver me; do not let
me be ashamed, for I take refuge in You.
Eliminate the poison of unrealistic
expectations in your home. Think of one
area where your spouse has told you
you’re expecting too much, and tell them
you’re sorry for being so hard on them
about it. Promise them you’ll seek to
understand, and assure them of your
Day 28: Love makes
He laid down His life for us. We should
also lay down our lives for our brothers.
—1 John 3:16 HCSB
What is one of the greatest needs in your
spouse’s life right now? Is there a need
you could lift from their shoulders today
by a daring act of sacrifice on your part?
Whether the need is big or small,
purpose to do what you can to meet the
Day 29: Love’s motivation
Render service with a good attitude, as
to the Lord and not to men.
—Ephesians 6:7 HCSB
Before you see your spouse again today,
pray for them by name and for their
needs. Whether it comes easy for you or
not, say “I love you,” then express love
to them in some tangible way. Go to God
in prayer again, thanking Him for giving
you the privilege of loving this one
special person—unconditionally, the
way He loves both of you.
Day 30: Love brings unity
Father, keep them in Your name, the
name which You have given Me, that
they may be one even as We are.
Isolate one area of division in your
marriage, and look on today as a fresh
opportunity to pray about it. Ask the
Lord to reveal anything in your own
heart that is threatening oneness with
your spouse. Pray that He would do the
same for them. And if appropriate,
discuss this matter openly, seeking God
Day 31: Love and marriage
A man shall leave his father and his
mother, and be joined to his wife; and
they shall become one flesh.
Is there a “leaving” issue you haven’t
been brave enough to conquer yet?
Confess it to your spouse today, and
resolve to make it right. The oneness of
your marriage is dependent upon it.
Follow this with a commitment to your
spouse and to God to make your
marriage the top priority over every
other human relationship.
Day 32: Love meets sexual
The husband must fulfill his duty to his
wife, and likewise also the wife to her
—1 Corinthians 7:3
If at all possible, try to initiate sex with
your husband or wife today. Do this in a
way that honors what your spouse has
told you (or implied to you) about what
they need from you sexually. Ask God to
make this enjoyable for both of you as
well as a path to greater intimacy.
Day 33: Love completes
If two lie down together they keep warm,
but how can one be warm alone?
Recognize that your spouse is integral to
your future success. Let them know
today that you desire to include them in
your upcoming decisions, and that you
need their perspective and counsel. If
you have ignored their input in the past,
admit your oversight and ask them to
Day 34: Love celebrates
[Love] does not rejoice in
unrighteousness, but rejoices with the
—1 Corinthians 13:6
Find a specific, recent example when
your spouse demonstrated Christian
character in a noticeable way. Verbally
commend them for this at some point
Day 35: Love is
Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with
many advisers they succeed.
—Proverbs 15:22 NIV
Find a marriage mentor—someone who
is a strong Christian and who will be
honest and loving with you. If you feel
that counseling is needed, then take the
first step to set up an appointment.
During this process, ask God to direct
your decisions and discernment.
Day 36: Love is God’s
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a
light to my path.
Commit to reading the Bible every day.
Find a devotional book or other resource
that will give you some guidance. If your
spouse is open to it, see if they will
commit to daily Bible reading with you.
Begin submitting each area of your life
to its guidance and start building on the
Day 37: Love agrees in
If two of you agree on earth about
anything that they may ask, it shall be
done for them by My Father.
Ask your spouse if you can begin
praying together. Talk about the best
time to do this, whether it’s in the
morning, your lunch hour, or before
bedtime. Use this time to commit your
concerns, disagreements, and needs
before the Lord. Don’t forget to thank
Him for His provision and blessing.
Even if your spouse refuses to do this,
resolve to spend this daily time in prayer
Day 38: Love fulfills
Delight yourself in the Lord; and He will
give you the desires of your heart.
Ask yourself what your mate would want
if it was obtainable. Commit this to
prayer, and start mapping out a plan for
meeting some (if not all) of their desires,
to whatever level you possibly can.
Day 39: Love endures
Love never fails.
—1 Corinthians 13:8
Spend time in personal prayer, then write
a letter of commitment and resolve to
your spouse. Include why you are
committing to this marriage until death,
and that you have purposed to love them
no matter what. Leave it in a place that
your mate will find it.
Day 40: Love is a covenant
Where you go, I will go, and where you
lodge, I will lodge. Your people shall be
my people, and your God, my God.
Write out a renewal of your vows and
place them in your home. Perhaps, if
appropriate, you could make
arrangements to formally renew your
wedding vows before a minister and with
family present. Make it a living
testament to the value of marriage in
God’s eyes and the high honor of being
one with your mate.