Here are some words from "How do I maintain perspective when I am so often sinned against?" that rattles my heart and fuels my desire for daily repentance in my marriage:
"Secondly, your spouse's sin must never be more grieving to you than your own sin against God. Consider for a moment, are you more aware this morning of your spouse's sin than your own? If so, your Savior declares you blinded by sin (Luke 6:36-42). Someone who is spiritually blind to his own sin cannot effectively his spouse."Incidently, I think there has been a word left out of thesentencentance of that quote. I'm guessing that love is suppose to be right after effectively.