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Have you as a wife found yourself battling many issues you wished you could get help with?  Maybe you need help with understanding how to keep up with your house work when you have a regular 9 to 5 job too.  Maybe you need to learn how to sew or need advice on natural birth control alternatives.  Maybe you need to learn how not to talk back to your husband even when you know he is wrong and you are right.  Maybe you need to know how not to resent your husband for not helping you around the house as much as you would like him to.  Or maybe you are just frustrated with the amount of time he has to devote to the church instead of with you. All these are important issues that you FIRST should pray about and then, of course, speak...

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What to say? When to say it? How to say it? Was it understood? Did I make you a friend or did I create an enemy? Should I just stay silent and let the spirits, both good and bad, run rapid? I don’t know about most, but these are the questions that run through my mind after a communication session with brethren. So that leaves me torn between two thoughts; should I stay quiet or should I communicate. But why would any question be running through my mind if communication goes two ways – someone is not communicating. The scriptures say study to be quiet and do your own business. (1Thessalonians 4:11). The scriptures also say to do good and communicate.(Hebrew 13:6) BUT… How do we translate both scriptures? Or, how do we live by them both?  I can either use the scriptures as my excuse...

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Adorn Yourself

As I walked into my first True Nation class I wanted to sit in the back row and not be seen. I didn’t know what kind of setting I would be walking into, what people would look like or be like. I was so nervous. I remember I wore a very colorful orange dress, matching earrings, matching bracelets, matching headband, matching sandals, my hand nails were acrylic French tipped orange, and my toes had flower designs. (Yup, that was ME).  We parked and I didn’t want to walk in anymore.  Not only were we late but now after traveling 30 miles in traffic and many other obstacles that presented themselves that day, I felt like maybe I should have toned it down a bit.  My husband (I called him my boyfriend at the time) said to me we are here and we are walking in....

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