Dear Young Christians Wives,
We as Older Christian Wives, that seek to be good Titus II women, would love very much to help you along. Help you and encourage you to keep doing the good things. The things that produce good fruit , today and in the future.
We would like to encourage you every day to read your bible. To first and foremost go to the Word, and feed on His bread. The bread that feeds your soul and, your husband, and children will reap from your faithfulness. Giving yourself that time with the Lord is invaluable. Reading and meditating on the Truth of God’s wisdom, will feed and quiet your soul. You will never regret your time spent with the Lord. Do not neglect.
You will always have challenges pop up before you and they can seem so overwhelming at times but be encouraged that you can cast all your cares on the Lord and He will sustain you, always. You are His child.
I know you get tired and the days are long, sometimes. So long. Babies crying, food burning, car breaks down, husband late from work, etc. Sometimes you feel like you’re not doing enough. When you’re discouraged the tears may come and that’s okay. Cry to the Lord. Tell Him. Trust Him and then get up from your knees, trusting that God will fight your battles. Trust Him.
When the world is screaming from all the media what women should be, and it looks nothing like biblical womanhood, turn off that media. Turn off that which is causing you strife and taking too much of your time. Turn it off. Play with your children, bake a cake, go have a good conversation with your husband. Build up your home, this will encourage you and help you find your focus again. Value the things that God calls worthy and discard those things that pull your precious energy.
- “God is within her she will not fail” Psalm 46:5.
- “When you go through deep waters, I will be with you” Isaiah 43:2.
- “So, do not fear, for I am with you; do not dismayed, for I am your God. …
- “She is far more precious than jewels” Proverbs 31:10. …
- “Use your God given gifts to serve others” 1 Peter 4:10.