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In today’s devotional, we’ll be looking at two very important things every wife should do to their husbands, lets’ delve in.

1. Respect your husband
Respect is actually a virtue of the heart. It is a value system you place on your husband based on the understanding and acceptance of his headship position. Respect could be verbal, physical, and definitely attitudinal.

You need to respect your own husband. That’s an assignment, you must never fail at. In respecting him, you need to know what respect is for your own husband.

You don’t define what respect is to your husband, your husband defines to you what respect is to him according to God’s word.

You are to specifically ask him what you can do that will make him feel respected. It could be the way to talk, how you serve his food, how you take care of the home, how the kids are cared for, how you sacrifice for him, how you treat his stuff, how you get interested in his business etc.

Don’t assume or guess, ask him, you might be surprised at how simple things could be a big deal for your husband.

2. Pray for your husband
One of the greatest ways you can fulfill your assignment as a helpmeet is to pray for Him. Be his intercessor.

Pray for and about every single part of your husband’s life. Nothing is too big or too small to escape your talking to God about.

Pray for him when he is at his best as a father, husband and when he is doing well. Don’t wait for things to get not too good before you start praying. Keep your prayer bank full and God will honour you.

Your husband will also love you more.

There are some issues that God just steps in and defends you without you having to struggle for in your marriage. It’s a spiritual thing and he will just love you more without knowing why. I enjoy this a lot because I keep praying for my husband always.

Helping him is essentially praying for him. He is the head, you are the heart, the engine, and the power room. Never stop praying for him, no matter what.

God bless your marriage.

I love my spouse

Lord, help me to love more

“Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled;” (Hebrews 12:15, KJV)

Pray for your husband

Proverbs 19-21


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