Newlyweds can easily be overwhelmed with their new circumstances. They are adjusting to each other—the delightful as well as the mysterious, the obvious as well as the surprising. They are finding out how to plan their days and nights now that dating and courting have suddenly been removed from their agenda. And, they are finding out about mortgages and rents, taxes, and neighbors in ways they only imagined earlier.
It’s called life. It happens to all of us.
It would be natural for the newly married couple to postpone some things. And true enough, some things can be put on the back burner. Let them delay going into debt for “big ticket items.” Debt can be a killer for young families. Let them delay having children until they have solidified some matters in their own new relationship and established their home.
Newlyweds, Don’t Wait on These
However, some mighty important matters should be dealt with head-on and faced immediately.
1) The newlywed couple should not wait for a good time to start reading their Bible and praying together.
Let them start at day one, and never miss a day. If they need a plan, they would do well to ask several mature couples at church for their suggestions.
2) The newlywed couple must not wait until their finances are in shape and all the bills are paid before beginning a savings plan. From the first, they must start setting aside a certain percentage in some definite plan of savings.
3) The newlyweds must not delay in finding a good church home and getting active in Sunday School. Attending worship is essential of course, but sitting in a smaller group studying the Bible with their peers will provide something that can be found nowhere else. (Some churches not having Sunday School have cell groups that meet in homes some weeknight. This can fill the same function.)
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Source: Church Leaders