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I’M MARRIED AND NEED HELP!!!

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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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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Harlot Mannerisms

Ecclesiasticus 19:29-30; “29 A man may be known by his look, and one that hath understanding by his countenance, when though meetest him. 30 A man’s attire, and excessive laughter, and gait, shew what he is.” My mother would always tell me to be careful who I hung out with, because although I was a good person I would be judged the same as those I considered my friends.  She would say “Dime con quien andas y te dire quien eyes”.  It means, “tell me who you with and I will tell you who you are.” When I was young I didn’t see or understand the truth behind this. As I got older I completely understood what she meant, but that still didn’t help me separate myself.  I felt like, well that’s them not me, I know I’m not a harlot, who cares what anyone...

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