A good friend of mine shared these tips she saw on Mandisa’s Facebook page for praying for your husband. You should check out some of her songs when you have a few minutes – they are great!
6 verses to pray for your husband
- Psalms 27:1 – When he is overwhelmed
- Matthew 6:33 – Understanding God’s plan for his life
- John 14:27 – When he feels inadequate
- Luke 6:36-38 – His relationship with others
- Ephesians 3:20 – when he is overcome with worry
- Philippians 2:1-6 – His relationship with you
The other day I went to Starbuck’s to meet a young lady named “Holly”. We had arranged the meeting over the phone, so I told her I’d have a sparkly blue hat so she could find me. I arrived and decided to secure seats since it was very crowded, then got a cup of coffee to sip while I waited for her to arrive. While I was in line, the seat right next to the two I had claimed was taken by an older gentleman. I got my coffee and sat down to think through the points I wanted to be sure to cover with Holly, but God and “Joe” had other plans for me.
Every year Kindergarten screening makes me think how very much like the five-year-olds I am. Let me explain what I mean.
The process of screening works like this: Continue reading
Somethings you wear what you want to drink . . . or at least that’s what I was beginning to think when I recently got a new coffee tumbler. My old one was suffering from random drips so I opted for a new one that was made a bit differently. The old one allowed you to drink with the tumbler in any direction . . . a full 360 degree experience. The new one had only two holes, each about 90 degrees of open, but no visual cues as to where they were at any particular time. Without a handle or any other reference point I was guaranteed to pick the mug up and inadvertently pour it down my cheek as I tried to drink. Perhaps I am just inept, Continue reading
Proverbs 22:1 ”A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, loving favor rather than silver and gold.”
The world tell us to measure our value by our earthly possessions. It’s so easy to fall into that sort of thinking because it’s all around us. God tells us to measure our wealth by our reputation.
You’d think that would be easier than it actually is. Continue reading