How Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Practice Paul’s Advice in Ephesians
By Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor
JURASSIC WORLD star Chris Pratt and wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, practice Paul’s advice in Ephesians by not going to bed angry.
“I don’t like to go to bed angry and we both are the same way. Like, we both do not ever want to go to bed angry,” Schwarzenegger said to US Weekly.
Schwarzenegger’s comment stems from the verses found in Ephesians 4:26-27, “‘In your anger do not sin:’ Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold.”
The newly published author of The Gift of Forgiveness also told the magazine, from the comfort of her home in Los Angeles, that constant communication is vital in her marriage to Pratt.
“I got married last June, and just communication constantly is, like, really the most amazing gift you can have, I think, in a partnership and in a relationship,” Schwarzenegger said.
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Yesterday was the best day of our lives! We became husband and wife in front of God, our families and those we love. It was intimate, moving and emotional. We feel so blessed to begin this new chapter of our lives. We are so thankful to our families and our friends who stood with us and grateful to Mr. Giorgio Armani who created a once in a lifetime dress for Katherine to wear and for me, the perfect suit. This morning we feel nothing but blessed.
Schwarzenegger’s husband Pratt has a jam-packed production schedule, so one can’t help but applaud their efforts to remain in the know on each other’s day to day activities.
“We also just, like, always check in, no matter how crazy our days are… you’re a team and you want to make sure that team is a strong one,” Schwarzenegger added.
For the two Jesus-followers, incorporating their Christian faith into all they do just comes with the territory.
Movieguide® recently reported on Pratt’s desire to leave a legacy of faith:
“I look back on my life, it’s easy for me to see that everything in my life is the result of what a lot of people would say is chance and luck, but as I see, as a man of faith, there’s a meaning behind it.”
He continued, “You know, people tell me that talking openly about this isn’t good for my career. That it’s not something that is gonna help me in the long run. But this is something that I-I stand by.”