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To the Wife Who Wants to Stay…
This was a post I didn’t intend to write, but God laid it on my heart and it was a blessing to me as I wrote it.
(And this is a post I’ve written some time later, while still going through the growth process.)
I try to be open here, to share my heart, to let you all know what God is doing.
When I first started blogging, I told God I wouldn’t write about marriage. Many experts already write well on that topic. When my own marriage took a hard hit, I realized God was giving me a different voice in that niche. I did not want this voice, but it’s mine now, just the same.
I took a stand for redemption. Then I stepped out in faith trusting that if God was calling me to stay, He would redeem the mess I found myself in.
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Friends, if we dare to trust God, to really take Him at His word, we will be so blessed to see what He does. And if you’re at a point where you’re ready to begin to step forward in faith, even just a little, you’re going to want to pick up Grace Goals. It’s a great program, rooted in grace which we so need, to begin to set intentional steps for growth in the new year.
This is the post I wasn’t going to write, in the topic of marriage that I was never going to write about – because I believe my God can redeem.
To the Wife Who Wants to Stay:
I’ve been that wife. When all came crashing down, I promised myself that I would not make any swift decisions, but that I would seek God’s voice above my own heart. I didn’t realize the arena I was about to enter. You see, the world said, “Go, you can leave.” But I was the wife who wanted to stay.
I don’t know your situation and I don’t know your support system, but if you’re trying to do something that goes against the norm, I can bet that there aren’t too many lining up to understand or encourage you. So I wanted to write to you, to the wife who wants to stay.