1. I love how you stick to the word of truth ……even when its not what people might immediately want to here. Its gods word and he designed us and made us and knows how to refine us…..if we are willing.

    Bless you and your wonderful work.

  2. How are we to force our husband to provide? I am the main bread winner and my husband is on minimum wage and says he is happy how things are but I feel like I’m doing both roles too and are soo exhausted and getting a bit snappy lately as I’m a mum, a wife work outside the home 40 hours a week and every weekend I’m soccer mum and catching up on the loads of washing while someone watches tv. He doesn’t want me to give up working. It’s even the house I bought and paid off mortgage before he came along.

  3. Really needed this one and loved it. I will more than likely listen to it several times……Thank you guys 🙂

  4. I have a question for you. Isn’t it acceptable to point out to one’s husband in a gentle way that he’s not doing what he’s supposed to be doing, if that’s the case? I have received advice from a couple of godly women to talk my husband about responsibilities he wasn’t doing as a father and husband. I had been praying about the things in our relationship that bothered me before speaking to them and hadn’t brought it up to him too much.

    1. I ask because previously I had only heard advice to pray about it and ask the Lord to change his heart.

      1. Yes, confronting him in love is biblical. Just make sure it’s done in love-sometimes I don’t always come off loving! And if the friendship is gone and so is the sex, he probably won’t receive the admonishment very well. 🙁

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