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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Are you a crown or a rotting to His bones? Part 1

I listened to a message done by Mrs. Britt Williams-

The information was such a treasure to me and a challenge that I thought I would share what I wrote down.

As Mothers and wives we must hold true to the word of God and be obedient to what God has command of us.

What kind of Testimony are you and your family? What do people see when they look upon you and your family?

Do they see Biblical order?

ponder these questions- think of what others might say of you.

Ok-

what kind of testimony are you to your husband? How do we represent him and his leadership?

Proverbs 12:4
(4)  A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband: but she that maketh ashamed  is as rottenness  in his bones.

What Kind of Crown have you adorned your husband with?

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Is it sparkling with:

- contentment

- obedience

- love

-reverence

or is it missing jewels, bent and tarnished?

-nagging

- grief

-bitterness

A women who maketh him ashamed is

-not content

-nagging

- disobedient

- argumentative  is rottenness to his bones.

Bones support our body and if there is rottenness in them there is serious trouble.

rottenness causes the bones to be

- weak

So when a wife is rottenness to the bones she weakens him, his testimony and his influence.

A few ways a wife weakens her husband:

  1. Talks about him in a negative way

  2. Fails to be a helpmeet to him, but rather expects him to be a helpmeet to her.

          Does this mean he can’t help you? No- but if you believe that you can’t accomplish what you need to without his help it is wrong. We are to be a helpmeet to him, not the other way around. We were created to help them accomplish what God has called of them.

   3. Talk down to him

      - to point out every time he makes a mistake

    - to talk to him like he is a 5 year old

   - focus on his failures instead of his success.

4. Keep your home in a way that would be unfit for him to be hospitable to others

5. You dress in way that would bring him shame

6. You could encourage a disrespectful attitude towards him in the children.

……. to be continued……..

This information is so rich- I thought it best to put it two parts.. ponder these words. I would love to hear from you how these words spoke to you.

Angie

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