Month: July 2019

My Top 6 Tips For New Bloggers

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It took me a while to start my blog. I was hesitant to take a chance and fail. When I finally started writing and published my blog, I wanted to do it right and here are some important steps I have taken that have helped me in the process.

  1. Start your blog on a self hosted site. You can sign up for wordpress.org for free and buy hosting from a site like Namehero, Bluehost or Hostgator. This way, you will own the content on your blog. If you start a blog on Blogger or Wix, you have limited control and the website can shut down your site at anytime, with no explanation because it belongs to them. When you use download wordpress and self host, you own the blog content you produce.
  2. Sign up for a blogging course or join a blogging community. With a course, you can learn the ins and outs of blogging and in a community, you can connect with other bloggers and you’ll have a support system; People to share ideas with. I started a really good course by Heather and Pete Reese that you can sign up for here: 30 Day Blogging Blastoff Course . Before I took this course, it was helpful to go through their free 5 Day Email Course.
  3. Utilize social media. Sign up for a Facebook blog page, a Twitter account, Pinterest and Instagram. Have the links to these accounts visible on your blog. Stay active in these communities to build a following. Creating social media accounts and staying active on them can gain you a lot of free traffic to your blog.
  4. Write quality content and post regularly. Stick to a schedule with your blog. If you’re going to post twice a week, pick two days to post and don’t miss those days. Keep to your schedule so that your readers know what to expect from you.
  5. Build an email list. Start an email list right away and send out regular emails to your subscribers to keep them engaged. This way, you can always update your subscribers with new blog posts as well as offer them freebies to keep them engaged.
  6. Treat your blog like it’s a business in order to start bringing in the income you want. You’ll get what you put into it! The more you learn about the business of blogging, keep track of your expenses and create a schedule of what you need to work on, the better your chances are of running a successful blog. Have a schedule of when you check emails, when you post on your blog and regular social media posting.

These are just some of the most important tips I’ve learned to start out your blogging career the right way. Feel free to share and help someone out who you know has been wanting to start a blog or a newbie blogger!

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Being Silent Versus An Outgoing Personality

I would describe myself as an introvert. I’m generally quiet and it’s hard for me to make friends and get close to people. This makes me feel awkward in a lot of social situations and I used to completely dislike my personality, wishing I were different. Only like, in the past couple of years have I started to accept being this way. At a women’s Bible study not too long ago, in group discussion I called myself socially awkward and a sister in Christ told me, “No, God made you the way you are and you are fearfully and wonderfully made.” I took that to heart. It’s not like I hadn’t heard that Bible verse time and time again, but to hear it spoken to me directly like that, like my personality isn’t a mistake made a difference.

I sometimes still wish that I were more open, but sometimes it is good to be silent.

Proverbs 29:11 says: A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man quietly holds it back.

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Proverbs 10:19 says: When words are many, transgression is not lacking, but whoever restrains his lips is prudent.

Being quiet has its advantages. It’s easy to observe other people and assess a situation when you don’t get involved right away. Finding out who and what you’re dealing with before you get involved is a good idea. Also, you can sometimes have the advantage in a conversation if you wait until after everyone has already spoken before you chime in.

On the other hand, it is important at times, to have a boldness that some people have to work at more than others. I know the Lord made me the way I am, but if I could’ve chosen my personality, I would’ve been more outgoing than timid. Nonetheless, the Lord’s grace is sufficient, for His power is made perfect in my weakness! – 2 Corinthians 12:9.

“The Holy Spirit will teach you at that time what you should say.” – Luke 12:12

This verse in the book of Luke has come alive to me. I can remember numerous times that the Lord has given me the words to minister to a person or a group of people and I couldn’t tell you how I knew just what to say. He gave the words and the boldness to speak at just the right time. I could also tell you of many times I didn’t speak up when I felt like I could’ve given someone a word of truth or encouragement. The majority of the time because I felt awkward or was doubting myself because I felt like I wouldn’t be heard.

Yes, my personality is just more quiet and shy, but “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” – 2 Timothy 1:7. Another version says, “God has not given us a spirit of timidity.”

I think every personality type has its flaws and we all need the grace and strength of God. I believe that staying silent from fear is submission to that spirit, thus, a sin. Particularly when sharing the Gospel is concerned.Us quiet and shy people have to depend on the Holy Spirit for boldness!

So is it better to be outgoing or quiet? Some may say it depends on your social circle or just what situation you may be in. I think that God just made us all the way we are and we all need to depend on Him for something or other. We are all imperfect, weak creatures susceptible to sin, dependent on Him to overcome the pull of our flesh and the world.

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Baby Manasseh’s First Week Home

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This week has actually been blissful. I expected adding another child to the mix to be stressful, but so far it is just pure joy. I’m sure later on, I will have challenges, but right now it’s a smooth transition. My husband has really helped make it easy. He has kept the older kids occupied, taken care of what we ate this week, laundry and everything else. Not everything is in order like I’d like it to be, but I’m not worrying about having a perfectly organized house right now. I will get to it later.

A picture of his first outfit:

His first night home, my husband stayed up with him all night. After that, we’ve been taking turns. Thankfully, he has a couple of weeks off to be home with us. For the sake of us both. I was in labor for about 14 hours and I did opt for an epidural. Because of it, my legs were swollen and aching just about the whole first week after delivery. I was able to get a lot of rest, thanks again to my husband. He’s taken the kids swimming, to play basketball, to the movie theater and to visit their Nana.

My priority this week has been to rest, change diapers, bond with Manasseh, feed him, and a little bit of cleaning here and there. Oh, and catch up with the blog! Because I’m not breastfeeding, I have been making a lot of bottles. A few weeks before Manasseh was born, I started looking at what bottles I was going to get for him. I wanted some that are quality, but don’t cost a whole lot. I wanted the bottles I picked for him to be non leaky and as close to a breast as possible. With my daughter, I used Nuk baby bottles and loved them, so when I went on Amazon, I was keeping an eye out for what the brand has to offer. I chose the Nuk Simply Natural Baby Bottles.

There are 3 bottles in a box and at $14.19 per box, it was a really good price range for me. I ordered two boxes. These bottles feature:

Multiple nipple holes to simulate a breast.

Same shape as a breast nipple.

A wide, flexible nipple.

Anti colic air flow system.

BPA free plastic.

Like I said, I really enjoyed the Nuk brand with my last baby, so I didn’t doubt that I would like these. I purchased the 5 ounce bottles, but will be going back and purchasing a 9 ounce size when Manasseh starts to drink more in one feeding.

You can purchase them here:

 

The hospital I delivered at sends you home with a diaper bag, but with my 3rd baby, I decided to just go get one that I like. I recently bought a new purse that I really like but I won’t be using it for a while, being that the main purpose for having a bag when I go out for like the next year will be to carry baby stuff. So I wanted something stylish, as well as functional. When I was looking, I saw several that I liked, but ended up going for a backpack type bag with insulated bottle pockets on Amazon. I’m enjoying it so far! It holds a lot, the insulated pockets are handy and it’s not ugly. I really like that there are multiple ways to hold it too. I can use it as a backpack or I can use the handles. It also has two straps on the back that can be used as straps to attach keys to or something else you may want to attach to the bag, like a pacifier or whatever.

I really love the insulated bottle pockets on this diaper bag, but there’s another great feature. It’s got a zipper in the back of the bag so if you want to get something out from the bottom of the bag, you don’t have to dig through a whole bunch of stuff. Just open up the back. Another thing I like is that my husband can use it if he goes out with the baby by himself and it’s not feminine. If you’re looking for something like this, it’s a great option. You can get it here:

When I had my first child, he slept in a bassinet someone gave us for a few months ’til he got too big, then we switched him over to a crib. We actually still have the crib and will use it when Manasseh gets older. When my daughter was born, she slept in a used bassinet as well. When she got older, she slept in a playpen til she was big enough and smart enough to climb out of it. For Manasseh, I went and bought one that I am already loving after this first week. It’s by a brand called Mika Micky.  The Mika Micky Bedside Sleeper is great for moms recovering after delivery, especially if you had a c section or had your tubes tied. It’s easy to just reach right over and pick the baby up out of the bassinet because of one awesome feature: The side folds down so that you don’t have to reach way down to get your little one out. I like that it’s sturdy and stylish at the same time. It comes with mattress padding in it, and it’s on wheels. I will be saving this bassinet for any future babies the Lord may bless us with!

  • Easy to attach or remove from parents’ bed using the two fastening straps provided
  • 7 height positions to suit parents’ bed
  • Easy-open side panel for bedside mode
  • Suitable from Birth to 5-months/33lbs or until baby can pull themselves into an upright position
  • Stable bottom supported and comfortable mattress with sleeping board

You can get yours here:

All in all, baby’s first week home has been… Perfect! I am so overjoyed at having him here. It feels like I was pregnant for longer than nine months. Working and going to appointments, just dealing with my older kids’ activities, starting my blog and life in general was so busy during my pregnancy with him that I barely had time to worry about what delivery would be like and how everything would work out. But all is good and we are all enjoying little Manasseh now. We are blessed.

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My Son’s Devotional Kid’s Bible

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My relationship with my Bible is important. Yes, first and foremost Jesus is in my heart as Lord and savior but when I find a Bible that I spend a lot of time in and is my go to book, I like to keep going back to it. I have several Bibles in my house, but there’s always just one that I pick up more than others.

My older son has a few kid’s Bibles in the house too, but I wanted to pick one out for him that I would spend time in with him that maybe would become his favorite Bible. So I started looking at options and found the Zondervan NIrV Kid’s Devotional Bible.

When I was looking for a Bible for him, I was looking for one for his age range. He’s six and has learned to read pretty well over the past year, so I kept that in mind. The Bibles I have for him already have a lot of pictures and Bible stories; Not actual word for word scriptures. So I was looking for something more advanced. The Zondervan NiIrV Kid’s Devotional Bible does not have colored pictures in it but it has daily devotionals in it that include a scripture, a passage that explains the scripture with an every day life example and a question to make you think. There are black and white illustrations at the beginning of each book and with each devotion. When I gave this Bible to my son, I sat down with him and told him that I’d be reading with him. He has a notebook that he writes in and I told him that if he ever has any questions about what I read with him, he could write them in his notebook. He hasn’t written in there yet, but I do have him practicing sentences and drawing pictures. Hopefully, as time goes by he will learn to keep his own prayer and Bible journal. It’s a great habit! The first book I went to with him was the book of John. We read the devotion that goes with John 3:16. Actually, I was surprised. He asked me a lot of good questions! He’s also read a few short scripture passages with me. So far, my favorite part of this Bible is the devotions, but there are also other cool features that make it a good Bible to choose for your little one.

The Zondervan NIrv Kid’s Devotional Bible includes:

  • Short weekday devotions that help young readers apply Bible lessons for a full year
  • 52 weekend devotions that teach kid about God’s creation through fun activities like visiting the zoo and gazing at the stars
  • “Got it” feature that encourages kids to find answers to Bible trivia themselves
  • Book introductions that give helpful information about each book of the Bible
  • A dictionary to look up words they want to know more about
  • The complete NIrV text, which uses shorter sentences and easier words for kids

(Excerpted from the back cover)

At this point, to get my son interested in any book, I have to sit down and read it with him. So I make time whenever I can to do so. But along with teaching him to pray and showing him how to live to please God by example, the regular Bible reading habit I’m teaching him will give him a good foundation for life.

Lately, I’ve been loving Amazon for pretty much everything. Household cleaning supplies, baby products, linens, gifts, and other things. I also bought this Bible from Amazon. You can purchase it here:

(When you purchase from any link in this post, you will pay regular price, but I will get a small commission.)

Leave me a comment and let me know of ways you’ve implemented Bible reading time into your kids’s lives!

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Work Out Your Salvation With Fear And Trembling

Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed—not only in my presence, but now much more in my absence—continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill his good purpose. – Philippians 2:12-13

Lately, I’ve been busy. And tired. And I’m a few days away from my due date. And I’m still trying to get things done. Unsuccessfully. I’m past being frustrated and worried. The Lord took the anxiety away that I had a couple weeks ago. But He has been coaxing me to seek Him. To stay close, dig deep in His Word and be diligent in prayer.

Why is it so easy to spend less and less time with the Lord as responsibilities, plans, work,  business and family build up? I think it’s because without a set Bible reading and prayer schedule, time with the Lord sort of goes on the back burner when everything piles up. We must challenge ourselves to be more disciplined and carve out time for connection with the Lord. I know I have no excuses!

I read a story a few months back of a woman who had ten children and every day, for an hour, she’d have them sit down in one room together in the middle of the floor. She’d sit in her chair with a cover over her head for an hour and have her uninterrupted Jesus time. The kids learned that she was not to be disturbed. And she did it every day. Her eldest son grew up to be a very well known pastor.

When we don’t spend enough time with the Lord, we are making it easy for unholy thoughts to invade our minds. Then we are ill equipped to fight these temptations, lies and desires because we are not fueled by the Word of God and communion with the Holy Spirit. It gets frustrating when I don’t have sit down, uninterrupted, quality time with the Lord because I end up fighting alone. I start feeling condemned. There are things I struggle with internally that only the Lord can help me with. As believers in Christ, we all have inner spiritual struggles that can only be overcome by fighting with our spiritual weapons.

The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. – 2 Corinthians 10:4-5

These spiritual weapons are prayer, declaring the Word over your life and situation and meditating on it. It also helps to have fellow, trusted believers to pray with. Prayer partners to agree with according to the will of God in the name of Jesus.

I first wanted to speak on spiritual warfare and  staying in the presence of the Lord because that’s what’s going to keep your faith strong and help you to work out your salvation. Well, why do we need to work out our salvation if we know that we are saved by grace through faith? Yes, it’s true that we can not earn salvation. Jesus did that for us when He died on the cross! But once we accept Him into our lives, we are still fighting against the flesh and the desires of the world. We must endure to the end!

“At that time many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other, and many false prophets will appear and deceive many people. Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved.” – Matthew 24:10-13

How do we endure to the end? Well, we “fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.” – 1 Timothy 6:12

If were just okay after accepting Christ and didn’t have to do anything to claim the salvation we received, there wouldn’t be scriptures like these ones. Encouraging us to “contend for the faith” – Jude 3.

We will fight against sin and the forces of darkness here on this earth ’til we see Jesus. If we let sin corrupt us and infiltrate our hearts, our salvation is at stake. Yes, I believe that professing Christians can go to hell. It’s very sad, but Jesus spoke of this in the book of Matthew: Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’ Matthew 7: 21-23

Now, why would a person who confesses Jesus as Lord and ministers in His name go to Hell? That’s a pretty scary thought to me and makes me want to constantly check myself. Not only do Christians have undealt with heart issues like hate and unforgiveness, but some Christians live lifestyles that the Word of God plainly says is wrong and walk around believing they are okay because no one can be perfect.

Let us be humble before the Lord and seek Him for conviction. The Holy Spirit will let you know when there is something in your life that displeases Him. When you get a conviction, open your heart, repent and surrender that sin to the Him. He will help you get rid of it. Unconfessed sin separates us from the Father. Don’t let it be for eternity! Jesus’ love is too great for that!

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A Healthy And Clean Home: Chemical Free

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For the longest time, I wanted to switch my family to chemical free cleaning products. All of the articles I read about the chemicals, allergens and irritants that are found in cheap, traditional cleaning products kept coming to mind and over and over, made me really think about what I’m putting in the environment in my house. I mean, we’re breathing these chemicals and they’re getting into our blood streams.Bleach, sodium hydroxide, ammonia and other chemicals in a lot of commercial cleaning products can cause cancer, respiratory problems and asthma.

An article by Jessie Sholl in 2011, titled 8 Hidden Toxins: What’s Lurking In Your Cleaning Products states:

“The average household contains about 62 toxic chemicals, say environmental experts. We’re exposed to them routinely — from the phthalates in synthetic fragrances to the noxious fumes in oven cleaners. Ingredients in common household products have been linked to asthma, cancer, reproductive disorders, hormone disruption and neurotoxicity.

Manufacturers argue that in small amounts these toxic ingredients aren’t likely to be a problem, but when we’re exposed to them routinely, and in combinations that haven’t been studied, it’s impossible to accurately gauge the risks. While a few products cause immediate reactions from acute exposure (headaches from fumes, skin burns from accidental contact), different problems arise with repeated contact. Chronic exposure adds to the body’s “toxic burden” — the number of chemicals stored in its tissues at a given time. ” – Jessie Scholl, October 20111. Experiencelife.com

Whenever I used to go grocery shopping and check the shelves for the organic and all natural cleaning products, I’d say to myself, “We can’t afford that stuff.” And I’d quickly dismiss buying them. I didn’t want to try just one product and not totally switch everything over, either. I didn’t see any point in that.
A few months ago, I decided to stop making excuses, get rid of all (or most) of the chemicals that I clean with and buy new, chemical free products that will be safer for my family to be around.
Like I just mentioned, I didn’t switch over everything. I didn’t switch my dish soap and laundry detergents. Here, in my video I will show you exactly what I purchased. I will also have a rundown of what everything costs and where you can purchase them.

The products mentioned in the video are all available on Amazon and and arrive at your doorstep within two days if you have Prime. So that’s what I utilized. You can purchase each of these products here:

Method All Purpose Cleaning Spray, Clementine Scent, 2 Pack

Method All Purpose Cleaning Spray, French Lavendar, 2 Pack

Method Natural Glass and Surface Cleaner in Mint

Method Bathroom Cleaner Natural Tub and Tile Cleaner in Eucalyptus Mint

Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Room Freshener in Lemon Verbena, 2 Pack

Method All Purpose Natural Surface Cleaner, Pink Grapefruit, 3 Pack

Mrs. Meyer’s Multi Surface Concentrate in Honeysuckle

There is a whole market for all natural cleaning products. These are what I chose and have been enjoying. I hope that if you have been considering switching to all natural products, that you will try some of them too!

 

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Mental Health: How To Keep A Clear Head

At times, my mind gets cloudy and it gets hard to think. Sometimes it’s when I have a lot going on, but sometimes it just happens. Usually, when I’m staying busy, it’s not a problem. I can ignore it. Feeling like there’s no one I can talk to or that the future is uncertain both contribute to a cloudy mind, for me. I know I need to go spend some serious time in prayer and in the Word of God. Fitting that time in with a growing family, work and a household to run can be challenging. I don’t want to make any excuses for depriving myself of much needed time spent with the Lord. It just gets challenging at times. When my schedule changes and my family grows, I know I still need to carve out quality time to spend with Jesus. It’s vital to my spiritual health.
The enemy of our souls will throw all sorts of distractions your way to make it harder for you to get into the presence of God. And the lies he bombards us with on a daily basis is an attack. Our minds are the battlefield we are fighting on and “the weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds.” – 2 Corinthians 10:4. That’s why it’s so important to discipline yourself to pray, worship and study the Bible. I know I’m slacking when my mind gets like that. But sometimes, I allow myself to stay there too long and I wallow in it. Yeah, I pray. every day. But I know I’m not dwelling in prayer and penetrating the heart of God into that secret place with Him. Yes, I read devotionals and “snack” on the Word but I know I’m not digging deep.
So what is the solution? The Word of God says “But we have the mind of Christ.” – 1 Corinthians 2:16. I don’t believe the mind of Christ is cluttered, anxious and unfocused. To defeat the attack on our minds from the enemy, we have to stay vigilant. Because he’s watching our every move and knows where he can catch us slipping.
Stay in your Bible and meditate on it all day. This takes discipline and practice. Set aside time every day for scripture reading and study. Come up with a method that works for you. I like to have a journal and highlight they key points that I read, then make notes in the journal. Write scriptures on cards and keep them where you will see them.
Pray. Set aside a good chunk of time at least once a day to talk to the Lord. Tell Him how you feel. Be raw and real. Ask for conviction and turn your heart to Him in repentance. Pray for others. Start declaring the Word of God as Truth in you and your family’s life. Even if you just start with 10 minutes of prayer at a time and work your way up to 30 minutes, then an hour; Having a regular time that you give your heart to the Lord every day is important.
Keep your life organized as best you can. When my house is out of order and I can’t find the things I need and the kids don’t know what to do with themselves, it’s hard to think straight, let alone get things done like they need to be. Have a system that keeps paperwork together, the house clean and everything else. Create a schedule that works for you and your family.
Take time for self care. Self care doesn’t have to be a spa day once a week or something elaborate. It can be something as simple as just making sure you slather lotion on your feet at night before you go to bed. Or spend an extra couple minutes in the shower to use a body scrub. Do a deep conditioner for your hair once a week. Or create a playlist of music that makes you feel good and listen to it when you need energy.
Create a support system. Not everybody has good people in their life that they can trust. But if you can find just one friend who you can call and talk to, do! Could be your mom, your sister, an old high school friend you’ve known for a long time or a cousin. Or join a Bible study or a mom’s support group. You could even set up an email chain with a few friends to keep in contact if that’s more convenient than the phone or meeting in person.

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The Power Of A Praying Wife Review

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The Power Of A Praying Wife Review

In a previous post of mine, Praying For My Husband, I spoke about how the Movie War Room saved my marriage. Inspired me to pray instead of leave. Well, there’s another tool that has helped me pray for my husband. A book that was given to me by one of my sisters: The Power Of A Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian. I have gone through this book more than once and will go back to it again. The chapters in this book each cover a specific area of your husband’s life that he needs prayer for: Starting with his wife. Each chapter explains the significance of the area of his life and why he needs prayer for that part of his life. Then, at the end of the chapter, there is a guided prayer with scripture references. After writing a post about how I pray for my husband, I knew I had to go ahead and do a The Power O fA Praying Wife Review

The Power Of A Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian has really helped open my eyes to my role as a wife and how much my prayers can influence and cover my husband. An excerpt from the back cover of the book reads: “Today’s challenges and pressures can make a fulfilling marriage seem like an impossible dream. Yet God delights in doing the impossible if only we would ask! Stormie Omartian shares how God has strengthened her own marriage since she began to pray for her own husband concerning key areas of his life, including…

  • his spiritual walk
  • his emotions
  • his role as father, leader, and decision maker
  • his security in work and finances
  • his health and physical protection
  • his faith and his future

Not only has this book helped me to pray for my husband, but it has helped me come to an understanding that we are not perfect and sometimes the only way we can change something wrong in our marriage is to pray. Be silent and go before the Lord instead of worrying. The purposes of marriage are to make you holy and to glorify Christ. Not make you happy! Yes, a Godly marriage will bring joy and happiness; but giving up when it gets tough is not what you agreed to when you took the vows of “for better or for worse.” A part of working it out in your marriage is to honor the promise of forever that you made in front of God; And to build a family legacy together!

I love my husband and he’s a great man of God. But like I said earlier, none of us is perfect and living with him for 7 years has shown me his flaws, his weaknesses, and his needs. Sometimes, there’s nothing I can do aside from being there, but intercede for him in prayer. A lot of the time, he will come to me and say something to me that I know the Lord spoke to him about because it’s something I had been praying about for a while. Also, praying for your husband relinquishes control you don’t have anyway and builds trust in the Lord.

The Power of A Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian is a book I recommend to any wife to develop her prayer life and to teach her how to cover husband in prayer.

I think I want to go ahead and get The Power Of A Praying Wife Devotional!

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