For Husbands:20 Lessons from Bible on how to Love your Wife 

23 06 2017

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            *Love  Your* 

   *”Own Beautiful Wife”*
  🔹Don’t shout at your

       wife when you are

       talking. It really 

       hurts her. 

       *Proverbs 15:1*
  🔹Do not speak evil 

       of her to anyone. 

       Your wife will become

       who you call her. 

      *Gen. 2:19*
  🔹Do not share her love

      or affection with another

      woman.

      It is called Adultery.

      *Matt. 5:28*
  🔹Never compare your

       wife to another woman.

       If the other woman was

       good for you, God would

       have given her to you.

      *2 Cor. 10:12*
  🔹Be gentle and 

       accommodating. She

       has sacrificed so much

       to be with you. 

       It hurts her deeply

       when you are hash

       and irritating. 

       Be tender.

       *Eph. 4:2*
  🔹Hide nothing from her.

       You are now one and

       she’s your helpmate.

       Let there be no secret

       you are keeping 

       from her.

       *Gen. 2:25*
  🔹Do not make negative

       comment about her

       body. She risked her

       life and beauty to carry

       your babies. She is a

       living soul not just

       flesh and blood. 

       *Proverbs 18:22*
  🔹Do not let her body

       determine her worth.

       Cherish and appreciate

       her even till old age.

       *Eph. 5:29*
  🔹Never shout at her

       in the public and in

       private. If you have

       an issue to sort with

       her, do it in the privacy

       of your room.

       *Matt. 1:19*
  🔹Thank and appreciate

       her for taking good

       care of you, the kids

       and the house. It is

       a great sacrifice she

       is making.

       *1 Thesso. 5:18*
  🔹All women cannot

       cook the same way;

       appreciate your 

       wife’s food.

       It is not easy to cook

       three meals a day,

       365 days a year 

       for several years.

       *Pro. 31:14*
  🔹Never place your 

       siblings before her.

       She is your wife. 

       She is one with you.

       She must come 

       before your family.

       *Gen. 2:24*
  🔹Invest seriously in

       her spiritual growth. 

       Buy books, tapes and

       any material that will

       edify her *&* strengthen

       her walk with God. 

       That’s the best thing

       you can do for her.

       *Eph. 5:26*
  🔹Spend time with her

       to do Bible study 

       and pray.

       *James 5:16*
  🔹Make time to play

       with her and enjoy

       her company.

       Remember when you

       are dead, she’s gonna

       be by your grave but

       your friends may be

       too busy to attend

       your funeral. 

       *Ecc. 9:9*
  🔹Never use money

       to manipulate or 

       control her. All your

       money belongs to

       her. She is a joint heir

       with you of the 

       grace of God.

       *1 Pet. 3:7*
  🔹Do not expose her

       weakness. You will be

       exposing yourself too.

       Be a shield around her.

       *Eph. 5:30*
  🔹Honour her parents

       and be kind to her

       siblings.

       *SOS. 8:2*
  🔹Never cease to tell

       her how much you

       love her all the days

       of her life. Women

       are never tired of

       hearing that.

       *Eph. 5:25*
  🔹Grow to be like Jesus.

       That’s the only way

       you can be a good

       and godly husband.

      *Rom. 8:29*

     *SAVE A HOME TODAY,* 

              *PASS IT ON* 

TO ALL MEN PLEASE
LIKEWISE TO ALL WOMEN.





Woman Who Died For Her Child: The Story of Chiara Corbella

30 10 2015
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“You must abort this baby,”
Chiara’s doctor insisted.

“The baby has no skull.
She can’t survive
outside your womb.”

“She is alive. She is there,”
Chiara replied.

Chiara refused to abort her child.

Baby Maria lived but
40 minutes after her birth.
In that brief time, Chiara
had her baptized, holding
her closely until she
breathed her last.

*
Then . . .
a second pregnancy!

And the same demand:
“You must abort this baby.

He has no legs, and his lungs and
kidneys will not develop.
He cannot live outside the womb.”

Chiara refused to abort her son.

Baby Davide was born and his mother
received him and embraced him tenderly.
“My son, my love,” she whispered to him.

He was baptized,
and died 38 minutes after his birth.
Chiara would say he had, “an
appointment in paradise.”

*
A third pregnancy!

This time good news:
you’re going to have
a healthy baby!

And then bad news,
almost immediately, while
Francesco was still in the womb:

“Chiara, you have cancer.”

Once again, the doctors proposed treatment
that would risk the life of Chiara’s unborn child.

“I have no intention of putting
the life of Francesco at risk,” Chiara responded
despite knowing it might cost her her life.

*
It did.
Although baby Francesco was born healthy, his mother, Chiara Corbella Petrillo, just 28 years old, soon died from her cancer.

Smiling in the face of death’s horror that had stalked her and
her three babies since the very first days of her marriage, happy she had chosen her young son’s life over her own, and joyful she would soon be with her beloved Jesus.

What strength!

What courage!

What faith!

Now Chiara’s biography – just published by Sophia Institute Press – shares with you the sources of Chiara’s strength, so that when life’s troubles and sorrows threaten to overwhelm you, you will be able to stand firm like Chiara – and joyful – even in the face of death.

You see, like you, Chiara was not born a saint, nor was she particularly holy as a young adult. Her stormy engagement with Enrico was punctuated with frequent quarrels, breakups, and reconciliations.

She had to learn – and her example can teach you – many essential things about living a good life in our turbulent modern world, including:

  • How abandonment of self leads to recovery of the person you are actually called to be
  • How to defeat the anger and despair that suffering too often breeds, and use it as a means to bring you closer to those you love
  • How to treasure – even more than you do already – life in the womb as well as the gift of those persons God has chosen to bring into your life
  • Why you need never lose faith in God’s goodness, even in the face of horrors as great as those faced by Enrico and Chiara
  • How to be joyful – profoundly so – even when death approaches
Chiara Corbella Petrillo died in June 2012.

Our biography of Chiara, written by two friends who walked with her every step of her way of the Cross, even unto death, shows how we can transform our own crosses, no matter how painful they may be, into occasions of holiness and even joy.

That’s a skill no Christian can afford to live – or die – without.

Learn it today from Chiara Corbella Petrillo, a saint for our times, a saint for you.





An example of human kindness

21 08 2013

Kind man visiting an old man in hospital

A nurse took the tired, anxious serviceman to the bedside. “Your son is here,” she said to the old man. She had to repeat the words several times before the patient’s eyes opened. Heavily sedated because of the pain of his heart attack, he dimly saw the young man standing outside the oxygen tent. He reached out his hand.
The Soldier wrapped his toughened fingers around the old man’s limp ones, squeezing a message of love and encouragement. The nurse brought a chair so that the Soldier could sit alongside the bed. Nights are long in hospitals, but all through the night the young soldier sat there in the poorly lighted ward, holding the old man’s hand and offering him words of love and strength. Occasionally, the nurse suggested that the soldier move away and rest awhile. He refused.
Whenever the nurse came into the ward, the Soldier was oblivious of her and of the night noises of the hospital – the clanking of the oxygen tank, the laughter of the night staff members exchanging greetings, the cries and moans of the other patients.
Now and then, she heard him say a few gentle words. The dying man said nothing, only held tightly to his son all through the night. Along wards dawn, the old man died.
The Soldier placed the lifeless hand he had been holding and went to tell the nurse. While she did what she had to do, he waited. Finally,’ she returned. She started to offer words of sympathy, but the Soldier interrupted her. “Who was that man?” he asked.
The nurse was startled, “He was your father” she answered. “No, he wasn’t,” the Soldier, replied. “I never saw him before in my life.”‘
“Then why didn’t you say something when I took you to him?”
“I knew right away there had been a mistake, but I also knew he needed his son, and his son just wasn’t here. When I realized that he was too sick to tell whether or not I was his son, I knew how much he needed me. I stayed.” ( Author Unknown )








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