This Sunday, June 18 in most countries of the world, we celebrated Father's Day. In my church, a whole program has been prepared for fathers. It was wonderful. The father is a landmark and what a grace to have a father in his life! But while I was participating in these celebrations, my heart was heavy, tight.
I'm sharing a video from Annabelle Sourdril's program, Paroles de Femmes, with Pastor David Storm as guest and talking about a topic for which many women among us would like answers: How to show my faith to my husband unconverted? How to take my husband to God? How to do when my husband does not share my faith in Christ?
Too many women are locked in invisible prisons, the prison of the complex. "I'm too fat ... too thin ... too big ... too small ... my hair is too stiff .... too curly ... my complexion is too dark ... I am too light complexion ... I find myself ugly ... "We women tend not to love us and not to accept us.
Have you noticed that the media tends to portray men, and dads in particular, as clumsy idiots and incompetent in popular programs of the public? Whatever our idea of it, the truth is that the idea of the incompetent father has permeated our culture - more than we think.
I would like to share an encouraging word for women today. Many are bruised. Many have been despised, abused, abandoned, rejected, exposed ... Many have been hurt in their souls by the verbal, physical, or psychological brutality of their spouse, or by the infidelity or treason and irresponsibility of their spouse ... Many have come to accept these words and attitudes of rejection, and are persuaded to have no value ... Many feel deeply devalued.
This post is essentially dedicated to women to help them reconnect with their husbands. Many years ago, I was excited to go on honeymoon. The day I finally got to know my husband sexually. But now the honeymoon is over and the real life has begun.
I have to heart today, a message for a person who is experiencing a situation of infidelity in the couple. It is a woman who is a victim of this situation. You are married and your spouse is unfaithful. You suffer from it and wonder what to do ... Infidelity is like a poison. It's devastating!
Albert Einstein said: "The height of absurdity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results." Your marriage may be bad today. If you want to have different results in your marriage then you will have to change the way you do things.
Men tend to communicate little about their needs. Many prefer to suffer in silence rather than to openly express their needs. When women are asked what are the major needs of their husbands, most of them think of sexual intimacy, essentially! This is one of the major needs, but it is not the only one.
Nowadays, the idea of submission has taken on very negative connotations. And for good reasons! Too many people in positions of authority use their authority abusively to control others for their own selfish interests. But God never gives authority to anyone for that person to dominate over another human being selfishly.
Ruth B. Graham often gave this advice to women: "Say the positive to your husband and the negative to God." In other words, be as encouraging and positive as possible to your husband and say your concerns to God. Prayer is the means by which we call for the intervention of heaven in our earthly affairs.
For the man, the lack of respect equals the lack of love. The fact is that many women do not know what their husbands put behind the word "respect". Every man has his own list of what seems to him to be respectful or disrespectful. To respect his man is to answer one of his deepest needs.
It is by wisdom that a house is built, and by intelligence it is made solid. (Proverbs 24: 3) The LORD hath made the earth by his power, and hath solidly founded the world by his wisdom, and hath spread the heavens by his understanding. (Jeremiah 10:12) I attended the 2016 Conference of Women of Churches Vases of Honor organized by Pastor Liliane Sanogo.
In marriage, communication seems to be one of the biggest challenges. This is one of the points on which it is really necessary to work continuously. Differences between men and women often make communication difficult. And these differences are of several kinds: difference of roles, differences in the way of seeing, perceiving things, differences in the way of expressing them.
Among the greatest destroyers of weddings; there is pornography and lust. 80% of men and 30% of women consume pornography and the pornography industry is destroying lives and many homes. Read: 10 Consequences of Pornography on the brain, marriage and intimacy of the couple.
"My husband does not listen to me, for him my opinion does not count, my words are of no value to him, he does not listen to my advice or suggestions, he does it alone. "These sentences are unfortunately common to many women who would like to be more involved in their husbands' lives, who would like their voice to count for their husbands.
I heard a man say recently: "a sweet woman, it is priceless". There is a power in gentleness and God wants each one of us to manifest this fruit of the Spirit in his home, in order to have a more harmonious relationship with his spouse. Gentleness is an extraordinarily powerful key in relationships.
I have been particularly passionate about women these last days and today, I am eager to share this testimony of deliverance of oppressions that Sylvie Théry shared on the set of Paroles de Femmes. A number of women have gone through this situation or are currently experiencing this situation which threatens to destroy their relations, their ministry, their marriage, etc.
Dear readers, Today I share a text that I have just read on www.enseignemoi.com. It is a testimony from Billy Graham's autobiographical book, where he paints a portrait of his wife Ruth Graham. - Good reading! Short excerpt from Billy Graham's book "As I am" The relative comfort we had enjoyed on the continent was totally absent from the Midlands.
The reality is that the offenses coming from people closest to us are often the most painful. And an accumulation of emotional wounds can affect the couple's long-term cohesion if nothing is done. I was talking to a man the other day. He is hurt. Not severely. He will survive.