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“Isn’t It Demeaning to Me if I Respect My Husband?”

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.

—Romans 12:21

Today’s post comes from The Peaceful Wife, probably one of the best sources for showing the struggle and the practical way to life for God and love our spouse.

We see so often these days the way most feminist talk encourages us women to “rule over” our husbands or even how to “wear the pants of the house” and yet still desire a very loving relationship that caters mostly to us—the wives—just as the curse in Genesis 3:16 which Eve received after partaking of the forbidden fruit with her husband Adam.

Thus, we struggle to love our husbands, and respect them the way we ought to, but through God all that can change.

Just check out the link below and be encouraged today to love and respect your spouse:

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The Peaceful Wife


A guest post from a precious sister in Christ who is very new to this journey:

Thank you!! I was ready to quit when I stumbled onto your site. When you responded to my anger with such kindness and affirmation something clicked for me – if I could be kind to my husband when he’s angry or stressed, I thought it could soften him, too. And it has.

When I read your blogs about how you used to be and God opened my eyes about how I was, your transparency helped me be brave and face the truth. If God would help you then He would help me. If you could die to self, so could I.

I love how you post stories from women who don’t have it all together. We aren’t through yet. Often times, we walk in many doubts but still we are seeking, applying what we…

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