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LIBRO DE EJERCICIOS PARA EL DVD EN ESPAÑOL
Este es un libro de ejercicios que viene adjunto con el set de “Amor y Respeto” donde se presentan todas las Escrituras que el Dr. Eggerichs utiliza, así como actividades interactivas para los participantes. Por favor ordene uno por persona.
SPANISH DVD WORKBOOK
This is the companion workbook to the Spanish Love and Respect DVDs, providing all the Scriptures Dr. Eggerichs uses, as well as fill-in-the-blanks for interactive participation. Please order one per person.
Emerson and Sarah Eggerichs
Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is an internationally known public speaker on the topic of male-female relationships. Based on over three decades of pastoring, counseling and study of biblical and scientific research, Dr. Eggerichs and his wife Sarah developed the Love and Respect Conference which they present to live audiences around the country.About Love & Respect
Your husband knows you value his friendship when you tell him you like him and you show it (he knows you love him, but he often wonders if you really like him).
It’s hard to realize that we would never act around our business associates the way we act around our spouse.
the heart of my communication means the other person cannot get my heart to be unkind, unloving, or disrespectful. Instead, I have made a decision about who I will be independent of the other person. I won’t blame my unkindness on someone else.
Fight like a loving man and a respectful woman. Fight fair.
We all need to wrestle with the spiritual truth that God is good. If you don’t believe God is good, you won’t trust His word. If you don’t trust His word, you will find excuses to ignore His commands.
Do you understand that God feels compassion for you, no matter what you have done or what your circumstances may be?
Always try to look at your spouse the way Jesus does.
When you look to God and His Word as your ultimate source of significance and security, you don’t demand that your spouse take that role in your life. And as you draw strength from the Lord individually, He draws you closer together as a couple.
We have to step back as Christ followers and ask, “Do I have false expectations that my relationship should be romantic 99% of the time?”
Stay the course regardless of the child’s respect and obedience. This is the Family Rewarded Cycle: a parents love unto Christ regardless of the child.
You cannot use unholy means to achieve a worthy end.
When confronting your spouse, attack the behavior, not the person.
When you come home after you have been apart, the first few moments of reconnecting will set the tone for the rest of the evening.
Your hunger for God can create an appetite in your children.
Holding back your love or respect will just keep the Crazy Cycle spinning away, but being mature and making the first move could slow it down.
It is so easy to draw wrong conclusions about a spouse’s character and motives due to an occasional flare-up or silly comment.
You can be right but wrong at the top of your voice.
When one of you makes a mistake, control any anger you may feel and trust God completely, no matter what happens.
Trusting and obeying God’s Word because we love and reverence God never, ever makes us a hypocrite! When the alarm goes off in the morning, we get up, even when we don’t feel like it getting up. Because we do what we don’t feel like doing, does that make us hypocrites? No, it’s a sign we are responsible people. Showing respectful behavior when we don’t “feel respectful” is evidence of maturity.
Often both spouses have goodwill but are not deciphering each other’s code. She criticizes out of love, but he “hears” only disrespect. He distances himself to prevent feelings from escalating, which is the honorable thing to do, but she “sees” only his failure to be loving!
Above all trust God when the “whys” of life threaten to overwhelm you.
Whose voice are you listening to: Hollywood or God’s Holy Word?
Mistakes can’t be undone, but they can be forgiven.
We can all have moments of anger, but this does not mean we have to lose control and sin.
[Women], as you enter quiet dignity, not preaching at your husband or scolding him as though you were his mother, something happens in his soul as a male.
Unconditional love or respect is never wasted. Hang onto this promise: “Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary” (Galatians 6:9).
We might say that every negative action in the family has an equal and opposite negative reaction.
It’s true that women have intuition and that men should listen to them. It’s also true that women have blind spots and need the insight of their husbands.
Money squabbles don’t undermine love and respect; they simply reveal unloving and disrespectful attitudes, which are the real reason why a marriage can start to wobble on the Crazy Cycle.
Your words reveal your heart.
Your spouse has a need that you don’t have. Are you going to say there is something seriously wrong with them or will you say “Viva la Difference”?
Just because you may feel unloved or disrespected does not mean your spouse is sending that message.
When evil comes at you, you’re the one who makes the choice of whether or not it is going to go into you.
Assuming goodwill can be revolutionary in relationships.
Parenting is a faith venture. As we parent “unto Christ” we reap God’s reward, “knowing that whatever good anyone does, he will receive the same from the Lord” (Eph. 6:8 NKJV)
If we subscribe to the belief that because we are equal we are the same, then we’re going to expect our spouse to respond the way we do.
Thank God for joining you together and for allowing you to trust Him to help you, whatever the issue. God is there for you and expects you to look to Him to keep you together as a team, so ask Him for His help in the smallest of concerns. “So they are no longer two, but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let no man separate.” (Matthew 19:6)
Life is too short to fuss and fret over trivial irritations.
Your husband knows you appreciate his desire to protect and provide when you praise his commitment to provide for you. You empathize when he reveals his male mindset about position, status, or rank at work.
Don’t label each other as bad because you differ on how you solve your troubles.
To not forgive is to shoot yourself in the foot and put extra gas in the Crazy Cycle.
We have different vulnerabilities. We can pass judgment on one another all day long or we can say God made us different and that’s ok.
Feeling unloved, a wife gets defensive and acts offensively without respect. Feeling disrespected, a husband gets defensive and acts offensively without love.
Avoid like the plague trying to punish each other as a means of “motivation.” Christ-followers instinctively know that this destroys any opportunity to act out of reverence for Christ. In all marital issues, love and reverence for Christ must be our primary motivation.
Mutual submission is the only way to live fairly together with mutual authority.
“Living happily ever after” means knowing how to deal with the imperfect parts of life.
It is hard to be negative while being thankful.
The parent-child relationship is as easy, and as difficult, as love and respect.
Focus on the positive in the midst of the negative, and the Energizing Cycle will keep right on humming.
Marriage is a tool and a test to allow God’s will to be revealed in our lives.
When Jesus said “turn the other cheek,” He wasn’t saying to be passive wimps. He was teaching that physically people can control you but if you turn and give the other cheek, suddenly you’re in control and you’re making the choices.
You speak lovingly or respectfully no matter how your spouse may speak to you in return. Your spouse is not the reason--good or bad--why you speak unconditional words of love or respect. God is the reason, and as you depend on Him, you will become increasingly able to speak lovingly and respectfully to your spouse.
Men are solution oriented, they love to solve problems. They want to be helpful.
Pink and Blue perceptions not only affect seeing, they affect hearing as well. Women hear with pink hearing aids and men hear with blue hearing aids. Even more important to understand as you and your spouse seek to gain better communication, you can hear the very same words, but each of you will hear different messages.
“Respect is a man’s deepest value. I have had numerous men tell me, ‘I would rather live with a wife who respected me but did not love me than live with a wife who loved me but did not respect me.’ These men are not saying that they are indifferent to love. They know they need love, but they need to feel respected even more than they need to feel loved.“
Do you bow to the influence of Hollywood or God’s Holy Word?
A woman needs love like she needs air to breathe. A man needs respect like he needs air to breathe.
Words of Love and Respect must include thankfulness spoken to or about your spouse; don’t fixate on weaknesses and faults.
Marital researchers agree that a huge percentage of communication problems between husband and wife are due not to what is said but to how it is said – the attitude and tone of voice.
Your marriage is a test of your devotion to Christ.
As you pray together, you will truly learn to love and respect together.
You may believe that the careless, unloving or disrespectful words you speak are because your spouse is causing you to speak this way, but Jesus says that it is coming out of your heart.
Often the apparent issue isn’t the real issue; the real issue is always a matter of love or respect.
I have concluded that those of us in the church who believe we have the Truth are not using the whole truth. A crucial part of God’s Word has been completely ignored, or perhaps simply gone unnoticed, when it has been there right under our noses the whole time! Many Christian spouses know Ephesians 5:33 and can at least paraphrase it. The Apostle Paul tells husbands to love their wives as much as they love themselves, and wives are to respect their husbands. But is anyone really listening? Perhaps the first step to better communication between husband and wife is to hear what God’s Word clearly says. --Emerson
If you are seeking positive change in your marriage, you will need to make a positive change in your attitude and actions.
She’s not wrong for not being male. He is not wrong for not being female. When you put pink and blue together, you get purple, the color of royalty; the color of God. Together, a husband and wife reflect God’s image.
We fool ourselves into thinking the other person causes us to be the way we are. They really don’t! But if we lock into that idea, we become helpless, hopeless victims.
In the ultimate sense you marriage has nothing to do with your spouse. It has everything to do with your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Love and Respect is a faith venture, not a formula.
Words of wisdom for all husbands and wives are these: We easily see what is done to us before we see what we are doing to our mate.
Most marriages will succeed when obeying the command to Love and Respect.
A husband may deserve contempt, but that doesn’t win him any more than harshness and anger wins the heart of a woman.
If a husband is commanded to agape- love his wife, then she truly needs love.
When a wife feels unloved, it can be such a shock to her heart that she is oblivious to her disrespectful reactions toward her husband, though any man watching could see it plainly.
“You can be right, but wrong at the top of your voice.”
Our research shows that couples who pray together are more apt to reap all kinds of benefits, including better and more frequent communication, going on “dates” more frequently and having sex more frequently.
You’re the only person in the world who can meet your spouse’s deepest need for love and respect. After all, you alone are married to your spouse.
Do you seek to understand or only to be understood?
How we react to a situation reveals more about us than about the other person.
When others do not respond to our communication, we need to look first at our communication style. Is the other person incapable of hearing what we have to say? Or are we abrupt, brusque, and curt?
Being a person who communicates what is true frequently demands tact, and at times it can feel like sidestepping land mines. It takes work to be both truthful and tactful.
Could you be facing a crisis in faith more than a crisis in your marriage?
Husbands, to energize your wife give her face-to-face time, allowing her to talk and share her feelings.
When parents genuinely trust and follow the Lord and His ways, their faith spills over onto the children.
The moment we cry to Him for help, He is already pleased. He gives us strength to love our children.
God is good and wants what is best for us.
When you play the blame game your marriage never wins.
There is a plan to parent God’s way, even when our children may seek to go their own way at time. The secret is to follow this plan regardless. When you do, I believe you succeed in His eyes.
The key to motivating another person is meeting their deepest need, especially during conflict.
When you love or respect unconditionally regardless of the outcome, you are following God and His will for you.
You can be right in the argument, but wrong in your approach.
Marriage is a tool and a test to deepen and demonstrate your love and your reverence for Jesus Christ.
Do you believe that there is a God who really loves you and wants to help you?
It’s crucial to communicate with the right tone of voice and the right expression on your face.
We are worth Jesus to the Father.
To get offended is easy, but to forgive is within your power as you walk in His steps.
Mutual understanding, not communication, is the key to a healthy marriage relationship.
His love motivates her respect. Her respect motivates his love.
When you possess a forgiving spirit, words of Love and Respect will flow authentically from your lips- and realize that the Lord Himself is listening to you at moments like these. He knows you are not powerless, but actually full of power that He has granted you.
As strong and powerful as marriage bonds can become, our deepest dependency must be on the Lord, not another human being.