My youngest daughter has a knitted circular blanket she’s had since she was a baby. This blanket is well-loved and well-used. Last year, I noticed it unraveling in several places. If I didn’t do something about it right away, that blanket would soon be a pile of crinkled yarn. As I repaired each hole, I was reminded of becoming one Flesh in marriage.
Each stitch in the blanket is dependent upon the stitches surrounding it.
If one unravels, it sets off a ‘run’ or a hole in the piece. The knitter has to deal with that unstitched stitch right away…or have a bigger problem on her hands. Knitting takes a lot of time…and even more patience. This is also true in marriage.
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