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The Powerful Concept of “Submitting Under Protest”

December 6, 2013 by


Whether you believe your man is watching “too much TV,”  shouldn’t look at certain things (in your view), is working more than you think he should,  is not “making you a priority” the way you want him to, or whatever the issue is – if you respond to him by yelling at him and demanding that […]

A Revelation

December 2, 2013 by


One last post based on emails from my new friend and sister in Christ who I have been corresponding with (One Woman’s Regrets, Do I Use Men Instead of Love Them in a Godly Way?, Sexual Fantasy and Masturbation)  I praise God for what He is doing in her heart.  He is opening her spiritual eyes. […]

How Men Think

August 10, 2013 by


I believe that if we as women could better understand how God designed our men to operate, think, feel and look at life – we could be so much more accepting, understanding, empathetic and appreciative of their strengths and even their weaknesses.  I believe that if we realize that a man’s brain works very differently […]

His Biggest Critic or His Biggest Supporter?

July 10, 2013 by


Do not judge, and you will not be judged.  Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned.  Forgive, and you will be forgiven.  Luke 6:37 How can we apply this verse to ourselves as girlfriends/fiances? HE NEEDS MY HELP That is what I used to think. You know, there is some truth there.  I […]

Can His Heart Safely Trust Me?

July 6, 2013 by


Here are some questions I asked at the bottom of yesterday’s post and I am going to answer how I handle things now (by God’s power and wisdom)  VS  how I used to handle these issues (the first 14.5 years of our marriage until 12-2008): 1. Can my man safely trust even my thoughts about […]

A Godly “Purpose Statement”

July 4, 2013 by


What I would like for you to do is write down what you believe God wants you to be as a woman and as a future girlfriend/wife and how He desires you to act with your current/future man. I like the idea of using a positive present tense, ie “I am” not “I want to […]