1. Hello Jolene, I wanted to introduce myself to you, and to say hello.
    I am so blessed to read this sweet Blog with your intense desire to
    follow Christ. And that you hear His voice! It gives me great hope.
    I have been teaching women to love their husbands for years.
    I am grateful for this calling. But now it seems to be a ministry without
    the class any longer. More one one one with the ladies the Lord brings my way.
    I look forward to reading more post and Linking up as the Lord leads me.
    Blessings to a sweet sister in Christ, Roxy

  2. I chose to respect and trust my husband and when that happened our marriage changed – It was amazing what happens when we listen to and obey the Father. Bless You!

  3. I’m wondering how to do this in practical application. I want to respect my husband. In the light of the things you ” he” mentioned in your post what does your respect look like. And what do you avoid doing? Thanks, jess

  4. Thanks to Lord that I have read your article today, it’s very helpful and encouraging. Thank you.

  5. What do you fo if you find yourself in a “roommate” type relationship with your husband? Together for 10years and sadly he is emotionally abusive. I have fought tooth and nail to keep our marriage going, but I also realized I cannot do this on my own. I am the main bread winner and I have always encouraged him to be more positive with himself, only no voice goes unheard. Over the past 3months I brought this into convo about the pain and hurt I’ve felt. Everythings seems to go well for awile, but then he’s back to his hurtfu, controlling ways.

    1. Sorry to hear about your situation, Jess. Pray for your husband’s heart to soften towards the Lord. When God has access to anyone’s heart, a transformation will take place. Prayer is essential for a transformation in one’s life. Continue to please the Lord with your walk regardless of how your husband is responding.

  6. Jolene, I thank the Lord for your blessed posts. My heart hurts so badly over who I have become. The Lord is using your posts greatly but it’s bern a major battle for me. This post in particular really describes me. If you think about it, would you please pray for me? I’m hoping to purchase your study before midnight tonight too. Thank you! God bless!

  7. Hi Jolene, I find that the circumstances in which one is is very different. I am a mother of five children. Four are in the teens and the youngest is only four years old. We both are earning. But my husband is a miserly person. I find him difficult to respect. We constantly argue regarding our children’s education. He would not allow me to tithe or help anyone. I bear all our children’s education and keep our home running where as he says he saves money for security. Which he is unwilling to spend even for my operation. Since this year he has given me some money for our eldest daughter’s education after lots of argument and threatening him for a divorce. As a Christian women I feel that I have to keep the family United. I have lost all respect in my husband.

  8. WOW!
    I’ve been so blessed by your website.
    You have been speaking to my heart.
    Please keep doing what you are doing, I know sometimes it might be discouraging but I tell you there are women out there that will truly be blessed.
    Do you speak at conferences?

  9. My husband and I have been married for 14 years now and still believing God to bless us with children. During this time, he has cheated on me and done things that made me loose my respect for him and all these has affected our marriage. What do I do?

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