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Ephesians 5 Man

IMG_3790From the time we were little girls, most of us have dreamt of our wedding day. It all starts when we play with our Barbie and Ken dolls and continues on when we have our first crush. In a world where romance and weddings are amplified by Pinterest dream wedding boards and fairytale romance shows like The Bachelorette where men fight for a woman’s heart and woo her with extravagant vacations, gifts, and in the end a huge engagement ring. {Provided for free by a jeweler in exchange for some national advertising,} We girls sort of have a ‘fill-in-the-groom’ mentality of our wedding day. We think about how we will do our hair and what type of dress we will wear, we wonder what colors will be the ‘wedding colors’ and almost every detail in between. Ask most girls what they want in a husband and they will say “Tall, dark and handsome” or maybe “Blonde hair, blue eyes and washboard abs.” My question to you is how often when you ask a woman what she wants in a man does she start with aspects that are not purely physical?

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Daughters of a King

 

We are each unique individuals, an exceptionally diverse group of women with so many different variables and extremes. But the one thing that we all have in common is that we are loved beyond measure by our father, and our father is THE King. Therefore, we are royalty! So it is high time we put on our tiaras and start acting like the princesses that we are! We have got to start realizing our worth and value – and owning that worth and value!Daughter of a King Read more…

Promises

Promise: a declaration that one will or will not do something; a vow.

People now days seem to take promises so lightly. We make and break promises as if it is no big deal. Or we just ignore the true meaning of the promises that we do make.

One of the greatest promises you can make in life is promising yourself to your husband (or wife). In this excerpt from “Being a Godly Wife: it starts with you,”Kaitlyn gives a wonderful definition of what marriage is.

Marriage is the covenant which God created that transforms two separate people, two separate beings, two separate lives, into one. (Gen 2:24). When two people marry and literally become one, they are not supposed to be easily separated. In fact they are not supposed to be separated at all. Marriage is a covenant between you, your significant other, and God. Marriage is becoming one half of a whole in God’s eyes. Marriage is rejoicing with God and your husband in the happy times and choosing to stick with God’s word and your husband in the not-so-happy times. Marriage is a covenant (commitment) not a “just for now” situation.

This makes me think of the vows that my husband and I made to one another only a few months ago. Read more…

Branch Out

If you are a bride/groom-to-be or even simply about to meet the family of your significant other you may be a little nervous. Meeting the family for the first time can be completely nerve wracking. You want to make a good impression and be accepted as a new part of the family, but you can only hope and pray that you share the same values and beliefs.

Here are a few tips I have learned from my own experiences which could possibly help you when meeting the [future] in-laws for the first time
(or even help to improve any relationships that have already begun):

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The Greatest Love Story Gives Hope for Humanity : Alexis

Spring 2014 Guest Post by Alexis for His Yes Girls blog

Love Story. A beautiful movie released in the year 1970.

It makes the movie viewer fall in love with the fictional story of Oliver Barrett IV, the son of a wealthy and well-known married couple who graduated from Harvard University and Jennifer “Jenny” Cavalleri, a working class woman with a great sense of humor. Oliver and Jenny meet on their college campus and Jenny’s friendly banter lands her a date with Oliver, a date that turns into more romantic rendezvous and before you know it, Oliver and Jenny are inseparable. But any story is not worth its weight in gold without conflict and this movie has plenty—Oliver’s parents do not approve of Jenny because of her socioeconomic status (she’s poor). Oliver’s dad threatens to disown Oliver if he marries Jenny but the power of love prevails and the two lovebirds marry. Unfortunately, this decision comes with consequences—Oliver’s dad disowns him and cuts off all financial blessing. So now Oliver is poor but incredibly happy because the love of his life is now his wife. Read more…

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