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Don’t Do These In Public To Your Lover. Mrs. Johnson was petrified. She wished the earth would open up and swallow her. She has just been embarrassed by her husband who shouted at her in the public.

She was like a chicken stripped of all its feathers, as she stood there, completely befuddled and disconcerted. If it was someone else who did this, she would have understood, but it was her husband, who was supposed to be her protector, that exposed her as it were, to preys who looked and sighed cynically.

It was a similar thing that happened between George and Sandy who were not yet married. It was George that was embarrassed in their courtship right in the market! They had gone shopping together and because George was unable to buy what Sandy wanted, she dropped her fiance like a hot potato, not considering what others thought about the situation. She left him there in the cold, and walked away, damning the consequences.

What are those things you shouldn’t do in public? Let’s dive into this. 

Don’t Do These In Public To Your Lover

1. Don’t talk down on your spouse in the public
Avoid this as much as you can.  Do not belittle yourselves before friends or family. Get the back of one another. Defend one another and then you can talk more later in the private. 

2. Do not correct your spouse publicly.
Correction can become criticism quickly depending on the scenario involved. Do not correct your spouse in the presence of friends and family. Wait till you are alone to make that correction.

3. Do not shut down or shout at your spouse privately or publicly.
This is one of the things that hurt ladies most. Shouting them down. Avoid doing that to the one you love. And of course, it is more grievous when it is the wife doing that to her husband!

4. Do not make your spouse an object of a joke. Don’t try to be comical by using your spouse as the object of laughter. There is something defective about people laughing at your spouse based on something you said.  It can hurt the bone. Simply avoid such. Don’t Do These In Public To Your Lover

I will not embarrass my spouse

Lord, help me to stay strong and focused on you 

Though thy beginning was small, yet thy latter end should greatly increase. (Job 8:7 KJV)

Keep giving, keep serving and keep rejoicing

Numbers 16-18


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