Matt. 5:6 says that those who hunger and thirst for righteousness are blessed. John 6:35 tells us that Jesus is the bread of life and that when we come to Him shall never hunger. The first step is to come, to move for being blessed when the anointing is flowing in a service, and then step two- to believe in Jesus Christ that your spiritual thirst will be quenched. Don’t allow yourself to dry up. Gid and Rhonda share their testimony of the challenges and successes of dating and marriage. A husband is to love his wife as Christ loved the church, and the couple must leave their mothers and fathers. They encouraged the congregation with some insights: Eph. 4:32 be kind, tender-hearted, forgiving; be aware of outside influences that try to split a family, such as others’ demonic stronghold trying to come on you; cleanse your home; pray in the Spirit (Jude 20, 21); Eph. 6:12- our struggle is against principalities, not flesh and blood; don’t be afraid to ask for help with your marriage and family; stand together; husbands, know how to call your wife to life (spiritual and possibly physical life); and men, understand the authority that you walk in.