August 27, 2021

by Kimberly Hobbs 

Many of us that are married have the opportunity to minister on a daily basis with our spouses. Some have believing husband’s while in some marriages the husband is not a believer or not walking with the Lord.
The Bible says, ” Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.” (Hebrews 10:24)
The very first thing I learned in studying about marriage years ago, is to accept eachother as you are. Understand that God has a plan for each life.  Much more will get accomplished if this is done and communicated with love and understanding.
I praise God for a believing husband each day and I pray for my sisters who struggle with their loved ones who do not walk with Jesus just yet.
Do not give up! Do not say never!
 I encourage you that you can make a difference whether He comes to be a Christ-follower or not.
Pray regularly and in great detail over His life sweet sister. Learn his love language and what makes him respond positively and speak it regularly to him. You need to become God’s agent for helping your spouse to feel God’s love. I know it’s not always easy but God will give you the strength if you ask Him for it.
We need to encourage our men to do greater and mightier things in their walks of life. Everyone thrives on encouraging words, don’t they? Love and service are two ways to ignite flames to get things accomplished in God’s Kingdom.  People respond to both and even more so- two people who are married.
Marriage is designed to help us do more for the great future of God’s kingdom. There is hope for your man and your marriage. You can live a life of significance with him and make a difference in our world. Have faith and believe this and don’t doubt the enemy’s lies. It takes daily talking with God and asking Him what you need to do so that you will be illuminated and be the lighthouse in your own home. Ask yourself the question, are you a beacon of light or a flame that has gone dim?
Light up ladies!
Thank God ahead of time for the plans He has for your household because He does have them, you just need to ask Him daily to show you what they may be.
“As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
…And remember, not serving with a prideful, holy attitude but with a humble servant’s heart.
It’s what we are called to do as Christ-followers.