by Charmayne Carter

In the corporate world employees have an evaluation of their work performance. There is a two-step process that involves a self-evaluation, followed by an employer evaluation, in order to identify areas of improvement and encourage professional growth. It’s also important for spouses to continuously evaluate their love in their marriage and grow closer.

Love Evaluation

  1. Review 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 (TLB)

Love is very patient and kind,
never jealous or envious,
never boastful or proud,
never haughty or selfish or rude.
Love does not demand its own way.
It is not irritable or touchy.
It does not hold grudges and
will hardly even notice when others do it wrong.
It is never glad about injustice,
but rejoices whenever truth wins out.
If you love someone,
you will be loyal to him no matter what the cost.
You will always believe in him,
always expect the best of him,
and always stand your ground in defending him.”

  1. Personalize the scripture by adding your name

(Example: since my name is Charmayne I will use my name). “Charmayne is very patient and kind, Charmayne is never jealous or envious…”

  1. Identify and write down the areas of “love” toward your husband that need improvement. (Click Here to Purchase a Wife UP journal!)

(Example: I’m not very patient and I can be irritable at times towards my husband. Therefore, I can improve in my patience and be more easygoing).

4. Use those areas as your goal to improve for this year.

a. Write two ways that you can improve in your areas of love.
(Example: I will become more easygoing by reserving 1 hour of open communication with my husband every day without technology).

b. Establish a date of when you want to show improvement.

5. Schedule a calendar reminder to re-evaluate your love again.

Share them in the Facebook group HERE, with me, or an accountability partner. I’d love to read your love goals!

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10 thoughts on “Review YOUR Love

  1. Love Evaluation

    Review 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 (TLB)
    I Sheryl,
    “Love is very patient and kind, but at times my patience runs short when it comes to my husband. I try to never
    jealous or envious, of my husband
    never boastful or proud,
    never haughty or selfish but sometimes I can be towards my husband and rude, especially when I want me some (me) time. My
    Love is a demand in it’s own way.
    It is not irritable or touchy.
    I try my best not hold grudges towards when he doesn’t do as I ask . I do notice when others do wrong.
    It is never glad about injustice,
    but rejoices whenever truth wins out.
    But loving my husband I am very loyal to him no matter what the cost.
    You(I) will always believe in him,
    always expect the best of him,
    and always stand my ground in defending him no matter what the cost is.

    a. Write two ways that you can improve in your areas of love.

    I’m going to be more loving, more forgiving when it comes to my husband each day.

    b. Establish a date of when you want to show improvement.
    I’m giving myself 90 days to see an improvement.

    5. Schedule a calendar reminder to re-evaluate your love again
    June 1,2016 I will re-evaluate myself to see if I’ve done any improvement as well as ask my husband has he seen any improvements

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  2. This is very encouraging and I can admit I need help in certain areas and I need to be more patient to my husband. I’m a work in progress and I am greatful that he chose me and I him and I’m going to do what I can to make this marriage last.

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