“And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.” Romans 12:2


Yesterday, we learnt that every human goes through programming even before they’re born. Most people are not aware that they are the way they are because of this subconscious programming. The point of this is that when some folks make promises to their future spouse that they will change or alter some behaviour after marriage, it never happens.

You see, while the programming from before birth is subconscious, a reprogramming will take a conscious effort on the part of the subject. Unknown to many, God’s word is the raw material given to us to change our behavioral patters and our personality.

Programming occurs by information received through the human senses. Because the world is more negative than positive, most people will be fed with negative  information which will result in negative programming. programming.

For example, if a woman is programmed to believe that men are unreliable and they must sow their wild oats and there are no faithful men, she will end up as a woman willing to tolerate  unfaithfulness in marriage.

A man who grew up in an environment where men are free to sow their wild oats, their wives tolerate infidelity and men gallivant all over the place, not taking an interest in training and mentoring their children, will end up exactly as he was programmed, especially if his father was like that.

Unfortunately, most people are programmed to fail in marriage. The world programs people to be selfish and self-centered but a selfish and self-centered fellow cannot have a successful marriage. Even if they marry someone programmed right, their chances of a successful marriage is negligible.

The only way you will re-program yourself into having a successful marriage is by reading, studying and meditating on God’s Word as it relates to relationships and Marriage. It will not happen by chance, it will happen by you making a decision that you will do all it takes, to make your marriage work, no matter what.


I thank you Lord, for giving me your Word as the raw material to help me reprogram myself into a personality that can make my marriage work. I am committed to reading, studying and meditating on your Word to reprogram my mind to become a person that will have and enjoy a blissful marriage.


Romans 12:2, Ephesians 4:13-14, 1Peter 2:2