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A Wife Discovers the Joy and Power of Obeying God

This is an email I received recently from a wife – I am SO excited about sharing her story!  I think it is WONDERFUL for wives to hear many different wives’ stories and how God changed them and their marriages and how powerful God is.   I think other wives’ testimonies like this will build […]

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Time to Nip That Relationship ASAP

SIGNS THAT YOU ARE IN TOO DEEP WITH ANOTHER MAN: you get butterflies in your stomach if you know you might see him you think about him often you imagine what life would be like with him and daydream about him you compare him to your husband (and the other guy always looks “better”) you […]

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Rejoice in Suffering

Could there be a more unpalatable idea to us than this?  We don’t WANT to suffer – EVER!  And we certainly cannot begin to fathom REJOICING in suffering!  We only want comfort, ease, health and material wealth.  And we have plenty of preachers who are glad to tell us that it’s God’s will for us […]

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A Wife Finds Joy Again after Years of Grief

Today’s post is an email I received from a wife I talked with a few months ago. She was still deeply hurting and grieving over the  sudden loss of her teenage son 4 years ago. She had learned about respect before – but “lost ground” during her grief – very understandably! This precious wife was […]

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Baby Steps

This is an email from a wife (with her permission) – I think it may be very encouraging to those of you who are beginning the journey to become a godly wife – to learn to submit to and respect your husband and most of all to ultimately learn to reverence and submit to Christ! […]

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Respecting Your Man around Extended Family

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY! Some tips for family get-togethers: – Smile and look at your husband when he is talking and listen to him with interest. – Don’t interrupt him. – Don’t correct his story-telling. – Don’t tell him how to drive unless he specifically asks for you to be the navigator. […]

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