Let’s allow God to help us turn this loud, obnoxious, angry, destructive tongue of ours into an instrument of healing and blessing. As women, we have HUGE verbal skills. This is where we often hurt our husbands and children the most – with our words. It is time to learn to use our words for… Continue reading A Challenge for You, Ladies! 🙂
From the archives – Here are the ways that two wives handle the “My Husband Forgot Our Anniversary” situation in respectful, God-honoring, husband-honoring, marriage building ways! WIFE #1 Since my hubby’s and my birthdays are only one day apart, he never forgets my birthday! Pretty sneaky, huh? Seriously, in my first marriage I received tons… Continue reading “My Husband Didn’t Get Me Anything for Our Anniversary – and I am SO HAPPY TO BE MARRIED TO HIM!”
Maybe you wonder, “What am I supposed to do? My husband forgot our anniversary!” You may think this means he doesn’t love you. Maybe you feel hurt and upset and want to lash out. Is there a better way?
Greg and I were married on May 28, 1994 at 3:00pm. We had over 300 people crowded into our home church near Columbia, SC, where Greg’s dad was the pastor and he performed a beautiful ceremony for us. We had NO CLUE what was ahead. How I wish that I had understood then what I… Continue reading Happy 19th Anniversary, Greg!
This is a continuation of the post two days ago about how wives tend to have VERY specific and high expectations of exactly what it means to be a spiritual leader – and how many of the things we expect aren’t even biblical. Not only that – but our expectations can lead to grave sin… Continue reading Ways Husbands Lead that Wives Often Don’t Notice – From the Archives
My beautiful and precious sisters in Christ, You have every right to ask him for what you would like, what you want and what you desire politely, pleasantly and respectfully (probably just once is plenty – in most cases) of your husband. Your husband has every right to decide to answer “no” if he thinks… Continue reading Honoring Christ, Our Husbands and Our Marriages in Conflict
Having a solid understanding of where my responsibilities end and where God’s sovereignty begins is a HUGE key to peace that I was missing for many years. THE WAY I USED TO LIVE I ultimately trusted myself, not God. I said I trusted Christ. I thought that I was living by faith – but in… Continue reading The Key to Peace
Here is an email from a husband who has had an amazing marriage with his wife that spans many decades (40+ years, I believe). He and his wife got the love and respect stuff right from the beginning. This is how marriage is supposed to be. They are such a beautiful example for us to… Continue reading A Precious Example
I was at a prayer meeting in my area one time. Many people prayed out loud individually. One man in particular prayed such a passionate, godly, Spirit-filled, powerful, humble, broken prayer. I could completely feel and hear the presence of God in him. Afterwards, I thanked him for praying when we were all leaving. He thanked… Continue reading Respecting Our Husbands’ Prayers
by the Respected Husband On Sunday, September 23rd, the Peacefulwife ran a guest post by Kayla Gulick titled My Demon. In the article, Kayla described how all of the voices in her head accuse her husband of the worst. This prompted a discussion between the Peacefulwife and me. She then asked me about whether a guy… Continue reading The Voice in His Head – From the Archives