1. Beautiful post. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve heard women say they have to treat their husbands like children because they act like children, etc.

    A woman who feels like she can’t trust her husband can trust the Lord FOR her husband, until her husband is able to build up her trust again. She can pray and give her fears and concerns to the Lord, and trust Him to move in her husband’s heart. Just trusting Him for guidance and building up her own house instead of tearing it down, as you said. Thanks so much for hosting today!

  2. Great post! I went through all of this and I’m happy to say my husband saw the light on his own and started going to prayer/bible groups. I’m happy to say he is now the man I always dreamed of but now I’m working on letting go of the past. I’m working hard to make it happen and I know God will help me through it.

  3. I just read Learning to Trust Your Husband. One of the hardest things I’ve had to hear in the last year was my husband telling me I am not his mother but his wife. Oh how that hurt. But he was right. I had been acting more like a mother than a wife.
    We’ve come so far since that day. I had to say some very hard things but in turn had to hear some very hard things to. God was molding and making us into the people HE wanted us to be to get us to this point in our marriage. I give Him the honor, praise and glory for the healing in our marriage…

  4. Jolene, thank you so much for your ministry to wives. Your video was helpful though I don’t have those specific problems. I have other ones as I have not arrived yet. I found that I can apply your suggestions to my situatioon as I learn to walk more fully with the Lord in my marriage.

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