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I'm so sorry it's taken me so long to get this post written. I really wanted to seek the Lord on this topic.
First of all I'm no expert on the topic of marriage. I'm not a perfect wife and my husband is not perfect. But because God chose Tim to be my husband and me to be his helpmeet ( Yes I unashamedly used an "outdated" word) God's match is perfect.
I've been thinking about this topic for awhile now. I remember reading a blog post last year where a Christian woman in her wedding vows said she would be her husband's biggest cheerleader. Oh my goodness! The way the women reacted you'd think she said "Do what you want, even if it's sin! Rah!Rah!"😮
Comments raged from "I don't need to cheer my husband"`to " Why should I approve of every single thing he does?" Sigh. They just don't get it.
First of being a cheerleader or encouragement to our husbands is NOT:
Giving approval to sin or other unhealt…
I'm going to be ministering soon to a lady and her family who has made it clear that she does not like me. She is attends our church and is a part one of ministries at church but for the life of me I can't figure out why she doesn't like me or what I could have done to her. I thought it was all in my head but she refuses to talk to me. She doesn't smile at me or even acknowledge my presence. If I were very brave I would just ask her if I've done anything to offend her but this has been happening ever since we started attending this fellowship.
Because her family is going through a very rough time now I don't want to ask her why but honestly I'm terrified of going to her house because I'm afraid she will ignore me. Thankfully her husband will be there.
My husband too will be with me so I won't feel so intimidated by her.
Now you are probably wondering why I would minister to someone who can't stand me? It's because I want to. Because I'…