The Gospel Cure for the Frazzled and Frustrated Wife
Ever been bent out of shape? Overwhelmed with your situation? Feeling hopeless?
I think you and I can both say a resounding yes to all of the above!
So this brings me to my dear friend, Sarai, also known as Sarah in the Bible. She was the wife of Abraham, and I gotta tell, ya, I just love this gal!
Just last week I gave an in-depth talk to a group of women who were going through my book and Bible study of the Wives of the Bible. The wives I spoke on were Sarai- The Contentious Wife and Job’s Wife- The Discouraging Wife; two very relatable wives!
If you know Sarai’s story, then you know she was rather frazzled over the fact that she still didn’t have a baby. She saw no end to her infertility in sight. She was impatient and she didn’t wait on the Lord. So she took matters into her own hands when she told her husband to sleep with her handmaiden so she could have a baby of her own.
And then you have Job’s wife. Poor gal, how can you not feel sorry for a woman who lost it all. Children, home, possessions, and the health of her husband. With all this loss, how could she not be a frustrated wife?
Follow me over to Christian Wife University for the cure to a frazzled and frustrated life!
P.S. Pardon the dust here. As you can see, I’m revamping things around here. My last theme was fickle, in that women had a hard time opening up my posts. Prayerfully, this is no longer an issue. If it is, then it’s my hosting company. 🙁 Plus, this theme makes finding the content so much easier (and it’s pretty!) I hope you enjoy it!
If you’d like to join the study, you still can! You can find all the information about the study here where you’ll receive access to the free study guide and teaching videos. The only other thing you’ll need to join us so you can further strengthen, rebuild, revive, or better your marriage is to grab my book, Wives of the Bible! Also, if you’re on Facebook, feel free to join our group: World-Changing Women and Wives as we discuss the study.
Live a poured out life for Christ,
Loving the changes Jolene as well as the book study! Between your words, God’s power, and knowing I’m not alone in this thing called marriage – I’m feeling pretty good 🙂
Oh, this is so excellent to hear, Shannon! Only with God can we truly change for the better!
Wow this truly spoke life into me because I am going through a very flustered moment in my ministry I’m called to do, but God knows why I needed to read this. Thank you Jolene
I like the look. However the grey of the text and this comment section and green on the categories is hard to read, and I am not even very old!
Yes, I would agree, with you Mel. Those colors are not my choice. They came with the theme. In due time I’ll see if I could change them!
I agree, this theme is very light colored and difficult to read. Please fix when you can!
Looks better! Thanks so much.
The comment section while I am writing now is still grey and hard to keep track of.
Yes, I know. I haven’t had the chance to change it.
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