I'm sure we can all relate to the joys and the struggles of being wife in today's society. With the media bombarding us with their erroneous idea of how a wife should be and mama and 'em telling us what THEY think we should do. Let's share our survival stories on how our faith has challenged us to be a better wife.
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JJC, 1 month ago| FlagPrayer:
Dear Lord, help me to be the kind of home manager you want me to be. I know that every season of my life might look different but I need help from you to do it well. Help me to prioritize
what needs to be done and have the wisdom to be flexible. Please give me strength to manage well the beautiful home that you have provided my family with to your glory. In Christ's name, Amen.
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vickyjbird, 10 months ago| FlagYour True Identity
My Beautiful Girl,
I know that your true identity is under great attack every day. Voices all around you tell you to become like the world and surrender who you really are. Don't let anyone define you but Me, your Father in heaven. You are a daughter of the King, and you don't have to become someone you don't want to be.
You will never find your true Identity looking at idols of this world. Don't allow these lies to control your confidence anymore. I created you in My image and My daughter does not have to bow down to man-made images in magazines.
How you feel about yourself does not change the truth that you are My treasured daughter! You are called to be light in the dark and to help your friends find their worth in Me.
Your God, who chose you
"for you are a chosen people. You are royal priests, a holy nation, God's very own possession. As a result, you can show others the goodness of God, for he called you out of the darkness into his wonderful light." ~1 Peter 2:9~
By Sheri Rose Shepherd