Category Archives: Marriage

Dying Just To Be Close To Him

He’s nothing less than wonderful and everything above. Therefore I will not…to will, but to live by His (Romans 12:2, Isaiah 55:8,9).  As sincere and humble as I can be, I FEAR You (Proverbs 1:7). For I present myself unto You pleading, help me! How vain this pain of this needle in my chest. I’d rather suffer to fill self with honor than suffer made void. I have an ear, thank you! I can hear, THANK YOU for I do hear You (Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) 17:13-14)! Show me, myself in the mirror. What is this needle? Woe! Swollen and black, it’s ugly, I’m cold. Inside is willing, outside is dying. Zealous to be close to your burning face, mercy and grace. Wake me boldly show me Truth (Isaiah 58:1). Maturing rosebush, set by a hole. Love that you give, for me to live, while I’m preparing...

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MARRIAGE, YOU CAN WAIT!

When you think of marriage, what comes to mind? Is it that perfect love that you see in the movies? Well that’s exactly what it’s not like. Everything might seem perfect in the beginning but give it a few months and everyone’s true colors will come out. Marriage is not just sleeping with each other and hanging out.  Before you think about getting married ask yourself this question: Do I truly know the major responsibility that comes with being a wife? Let’s go over some of the responsibilities we have as a married woman according to the scriptures. Genesis 2:18; “And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.” We are the help meet the Most High was referring to. We are to be helpful to our husbands and not...

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No Time for Idle Time

It is always something to do that pleases the Most High to avoid idle time. Prov. 31:27 “She looketh well to the ways of her household and eateth not the bread of idleness.” A virtuous woman is never idle. She is always looking for things that need to be done in her household no matter what it is. Here is a short list of things to do in the kitchen to avoid idle time: Plan out your meals for the week. Prepare meals that need to be cooked so it will be easier for you to start when you arrive home from work.  For example (cut up any onions, bell peppers, thaw out meat, etc…) Find new ideas and different meals to cook. Start teaching you children how to cook. Prov. 19:15 “Slofulness casteth into a deep sleep; and an idle soul shall suffer hunger.”...

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