Marriage takes work. Biblical marriage is being assaulted in the world today, and more than ever we need to lean on the Word of God as our foundation and guide. Join author Erica Mbasan for this short devotional journey through being a godly wife. You will be uplifted and encouraged as you allow God to speak to you through His never-changing truth.
Submission does not mean you are inferior, you should take abuse, or you have no voice. It means, ultimately, that you trust God with the order He has set up and trust that HE will work it out. It will release you from the burdens you aren't meant to carry. It's as much for your protection as it is anything else. In the end, the best part is that it glorifies God. And shouldn't that always be our end goal?
For the Wife Who Desires to be Better: A Devotional on Biblical Marriage
If you and your husband discuss something and don’t agree on the decision, it rests with him. That means the consequences are on him, too. That means he answers to God for what happens, and you trust that God will work it out. Sometimes you will find that your husband had insights that you couldn’t see at the time, and you will be thankful. Other times he will crash and burn, and you may suffer because of that, but he is responsible. God will vindicate you.