I love to meet with women in my biblical counseling ministry. Of course, most of them come to see me because they have a problem in their lives and are looking for biblical answers to it. Not a week goes by that I don’t have to tell someone something difficult. I don’t like to say it, and they don’t like to hear it but it must be said.Read More
Ask the Lord to grant you repentance from assuming the role of the Holy Spirit in your husband’s life. Ask him to give you godly motivations and desires as you pray for your husband’s growth and change. Ask the Lord to make His glory the deepest desire of your heart–and not just in this area, but in all of your life.Read More
Proverbs 18:13 says, “He who gives an answer before he hears, it is folly and shame to him.” (NASB) Often, those defending a woman who has been hurt do not have the full story. They speak out in support of her without knowing the facts of the situation. Unless you can have access to the other party involved, be very careful about coming to conclusions. It is very easy to take up a reproach on behalf of someone you care about or when the cause is important to you for personal reasons.Read More
The wife can show respect even to an ungodly husband by watching her words. She should be careful not to be insulting, critical, hurtful, or sarcastic with her speech. She should also be careful with her nonverbal communication; paying special attention not to “give the cold shoulder” or to have an attitude of general indifference toward him.Read More
Then comes the moment. He spots the plump, red jewel winking at him from under green leaves. He reaches out and picks it. Standing beside the plant, he rubs the tomato on his shirt. Then, he raises it to his mouth and…Yumm! He who tends the garden will enjoy the fruits thereof. As Proverbs 27:18 says, He who tends the fig tree will eat its fruit, And he who cares for his master will be honored.Read More
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