F A I T H F U L Happy and Holy! Mirriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary defines “holiness” as: Definition of holy 1: exalted or worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and righteousness 2: divine for the Lord our God is holy — Psalms 99:9 (AV) 3: devoted entirely to the deity or the work of the deity… Continue reading Faithful Fridays – Holiness!
Last week, we started looking at my word for this year – well, a word I hope to live by in my marriage for the rest of my life. My word for 2017 is faithful. Last night hubby was telling me of a friend who has had two extra-marital affairs and her husband, who found… Continue reading Faithful Fridays – Being Faithful…
I like counting in fours. I have always have. Every time I walk somewhere, I count my steps on fours. Seriaaasssly. Maybe I shouldn’t be admitting this on a public blog – my little “blog box”. Uh, just how many followers do I have? LOL – but I like fours. I like the number four, I like… Continue reading Intimacy – Boxes
For a while now, I have been working through Dr Caroline Leaf’s programme to detox your mind, and to build up healthy, God-honouring thoughts. I am slowly, but surely seeing the dividends of the hard work that I am putting in, although I truly wish I was further along the road. But, I guess, Rome… Continue reading Intimacy – Attitude
Matthew 19:5 KJV: And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? I love the word “cleave” in this instance. It really does give an onomatopoeic impression of holding on, and never letting go. Although the verse doesn’t mention a wife… Continue reading Intimacy – Cleaving
My mother competed with me on every level as I was growing up. When I expressed interest in a certain item of clothing (like boots when I was 13 – as an example), she would tell me that she didn’t have the money to buy the boots for me, but the next thing I knew,… Continue reading Intimacy – Healing
I think that sometimes we forget – at least I know I do – that our marriages, and our spouses, are gifts to us. Gifts that are worth fighting for.