You are not the first nor will you be the last to ask "what about the husband doing his part in the marriage".
I feel called and comfortable teaching wives what I have learned. I do NOT have that same sense of peace addressing the husbands and their responsibilities.
I can pray - and I suggest you join me - for your husband to listen to the promptings of God. This is why I made the card that tells the husband his wife is praying for him. She is not saying "My prayers are working!" She is saying "I pray for you" without laying a guilt trip on him.
I recall the scripture where Peter addresses the wife, telling her how God expects her to behave when her husband does not or will not obey the word of God concerning him.
1 Peter 3: 1-2
(1) Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; that, if any obey not the word, they also may without the word be won by the conversation of the wives; (2) While they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.
"Our husbands need to observe our chaste conversation coupled with fear. What is God talking about here? Chaste means pure ... pure conversation ... I'm thinking sweet, clean, holy and uplifting conversation, aren't you? But not just that alone ... God says "coupled with fear" ... what do you think He means here? God is saying that your husband should hear pure conversation from your mouth to the point where he actually can tell that you fear God (respect Him, reverence Him, obey Him). Do you think your husband thinks that you fear God when you're snapping at him? I don't think so." (Kate Plourde)Embrace the teachings of this passage and trust in God with all your might, mind, and strength. He is true to His promises.
It is in support of Peter's exhortation (for wives to engage in "chaste conversation coupled with fear") that I created the respect cards.
My cards are designed to instruct and assist the wives in learning the language (of "chaste conversation coupled with fear") and to provide a way for her to begin "speaking" it without saying a word.
I have come to love you and I pray for you. I know it is hard (counterintuitive, really). It may be the most difficult thing you ever are called to do. But, I beg you. Hang in there - it is SO worth it.
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