Do you struggle with serving your spouse?
After 20 years of marriage, I wish I could say I have this down pat, but honestly, I’m still a work in progress. I know God is chiseling away at my character to give me more of a servant’s heart.
Galatians 5:13 says we should “serve one another humbly in love.”
But all too often, I let my pride prevent me from walking humbly in my household.
My thoughts are consumed with how I feel—how tired I am.
I keep a record of wrongs—a mental tally of things I wish my husband would do differently.
And sometimes, I’m so focused on myself that I don’t appreciate and notice how hard my husband is working.
These are often the things that prevent me from better serving my spouse.
God’s Word says that we should love others the way He loved us.
How can we love our spouse with the same mindset as Jesus?
Find out 10 ways to grow in serving your spouse here!
Recently, I’ve been doing the 40 Promises of the Cross Prayer Journal by Arabah Joy.
I love this journal because it doesn’t take a lot of time, yet immerses you in the word and in prayer! There are 40 promises, so it will take you 40 days to do. And since they say it takes 30 days to form a habit, wouldn’t this be a great way to start the habit of daily reading God’s Word?
Each day has a section to read Scripture, write the verse out and then write out a prayer claiming the promise. If you’re a busy mom, this is certainly do-able.
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Whatever you are facing today, I pray that God’s Word would fill your cup and give you peace.