Thursday, November 18, 2010

Life Changing Marriage Advice: Are You A Gentle Wife?

Colossians 3:12 

Since God chose you to be the holy people he loves, you must clothe yourselves with tenderhearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.


Ask yourself this question:  "Do I Show Gentleness Towards My Husband?"

Take just 5 minutes to watch this video... it's good!







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11 comments :

  1. A great reminder to put others, especially our husbands and children first. I've been that lady and I've seen that lady before and she's not nice. We need to build our husbands up. There are too many things of this world that drag them down - we ought not be one of those things.

    Thanks Traci!

    Erin
    itsgrace.com

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  2. My hubby doesn't take too kindly to nagging.
    In my opinion, a nagging or fault-finding wife is a wife that has too much "control" in her marriage.

    She has a husband that has relinquished his role.

    To avoid confrontation, the husband most times lets her get her way.

    It may make her happy for a moment, but the long run leaves her lonely because her husband has withdrawn more and more over time.

    Let this video be a lesson or reminder that our husbands want to be treated with RESPECT and not as little boys..especially in public!

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  3. Very good video! Im posting it on FB!

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  4. I don;t think my husband would put up with me if I would act that way (in private or public) thanks for the reminder that we should always look into our action and see if we are doing it right or not!

    Psalm 139:23-24

    Have a blessed day
    Renee

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  5. Thank you for sharing this. My husband and I haven't been married for very long, but this beautifully voices how we've chosen to face things in our relationship. I'm going to save this as a reminder, but I hope to watch it years down the rode and think "wow, we're doing an amazing job at honoring God and one another in our marriage." Blessings to you.

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  6. This was great. How do I get that video I would love to post it on either my blog or facebook site.

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  7. Ouch! I've caught myself doing this to my husband before. I pray that the Lord helps me to treat my husband as he is the most important person in my life. This was a wonderful reminder and lesson. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. What a great reminder! Exactly what I needed THANK YOU! have a great saturday :)

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  9. AWESOME, girl!! Thanks for posting this.

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