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  1. Scripture tells us the tongue either brings life or death. I’m not going to lie there have been times in my past and through frustration that I spoke words of death. However, with age comes wisdom and you begin to understand the things which are truly important in your relationship which is your love for God, love for your spouse and followed by love for others. It is hard to talk about your husband in a bad manner when you are praying for Him. God has a way of keeping you humble. Many times I have found this lesson wasn’t for him, it was for me.

  2. Awesome stuff here. I often say, “Did you run to the phone or the throne?” In other words, did you go to God or man, first? 🤷🏻‍♀️

  3. These are great. I have often told young wives to not try to be their husbands’ personal Holy Spirit. So true. And yes, we are modeling to our children all the time. Blessings, Amy

  4. Hi thanks for your thought provoking post. Early in my marriage I would complain about how my husband wasn’t a leader in our home and the Holy Spirit really convicted me about how would I like my husband to publicise my faults! Having empathy and the Holy Spirit really turned my thinking around. I am now so thankful for who my husband is!

  5. Jennifer

    Definitely gave me some things to think on. I like your use of the word prodding as it is closer to my tendency than an all out nag. Well done!

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