Browsing All posts tagged under »biblical womanhood«

I Don’t Have to Be “The Most Beautiful Girl” in the Room

April 20, 2015 by


What do you think when you look in the mirror, my precious sister? I am an identical twin. I know the pain of being CONSTANTLY compared to someone else in every single way. Other people compared us all day long every day. And we compared ourselves, too. You never want to be the ugly twin, […]

The Idol of Happiness

September 24, 2014 by


We tend to think that “idolatry” means someone bowing down to a statue and praying to it in a shrine. It’s really easy to dismiss that practice as not even remotely a temptation to us today in our culture and to discount everything the Bible says about idolatry as being irrelevant to us. Big mistake! […]

“Weaning Myself Off of Worldly Beauty”

June 13, 2014 by


From a wife I greatly admire and respect. I appreciate her willingness to share! Wow !!!! I have not had access to the internet for several days so i was going through the posts I’ve missed (about worldly beauty vs. godly beauty this week on and I am about to fall out my computer […]

A Man’s Perspective

May 15, 2014 by


A man shares his thoughts about some of the issues we have been talking about on “Asking Men Questions” – I appreciate his generosity and willingness to share: Here are my thoughts about two of the items in the lists: 1. Asking lots of questions about every detail about how he made his decision – this […]


April 26, 2014 by


A comment on this week’s post about the importance of patience as we learn to be content with what we have – really struck a chord with me. I used to be possibly one of the most impatient people on the planet at times. My time frame was in seconds, minutes and hours. That is […]

Am I Hard-Hearted?

February 24, 2014 by


God’s Spirit speaks to us in powerful ways – but He often uses “a still, small voice” not a booming thunderous voice. If we don’t listen to God at first, when we are able to hear  Him, if we continue to ignore Him or focus on other things, in time, our hearts become calloused and […]

Am I Really Justified?

February 23, 2014 by


Some fictional examples: My man cussed me out, so I yelled and screamed at him and brought up every fault he has ever committed. I found out my guy used porn, so I told everyone in my family about it and all my friends and the whole Sunday School class and told them what an ungodly […]