For every house is built by someone,

but the builder of all things is God.

Hebrews 3:4






Monday, October 5, 2009

Loving Our Husbands


A dear friend of mine sent me an article titled When Fear Meets Faith.
If you are a wife or a young maiden
preparing for marriage, this article is for you.
Make yourself a cup of tea, snuggle up on your favorite chair
and take time to read these words of wisdom from Lisa Vitello
of The New Harvest Homestead. To read about Lisa Vitello,
Click here.

Click here to print and read
When Fear Meets Faith

Be Encouraged!

~ Christa ~


11 comments:

Linda Stubbs said...

Noticed you were by. I am having a giveaway. A few posts down. Would love to have you sign up, if you want.

I will go and read When Fear Meets Faith.
Blessings, Christa

Keeper of our Home said...

When I click on the link to the article it tells me "Permission Denied" So apparently you have to be invited to read anything on that particular blog. Is there any other way that you can share the article with us? Thank you.

~Mrs. M

Christa said...

Thank, thank you for bringing this to my attention Mrs. M. My son is fixing the problem right now. It should be open for you to read in a few minutes.
My son just told me it's ok now.
Please let me know if it still does not work.

Blessings,

Christa

Linda Stubbs said...

Thank you for posting "When Fear Meets Faith".

I have some of that fabric on hand if you need some. It is from our Harvest Memories series. We sell it for $5.00 a yard plus $3.00 shipping. Don't feel like you have to get some, I just wanted you to know that you could get it if you wanted.

Isn't it nice to have our children help us on the computer? My girls are homeschooled and have learn so much about computers.

Thank you!
Blessings, Linda

Camille said...

Hi Christa...something strange happened when I tried to comment a moment ago...if you did not get the first comment I left on this post, please let me know...if you did...you don't have to post this comment. I spent some time on it and I hope it's not lost! :(

Computer challenges sometimes can be interesting! :)
Blessings,
Camille

Keeper of our Home said...

Reading it now. Thanks so much for the help.

~Mrs. M

Nadine said...

Thank you for sharing. I enjoy Lisa's articles in the New Harvest Homestead...such a wonderful e-magazine! I have had the privilege of writing an article and recipes that were included in the magazine in the past.

Blessings!
~Nadine

Christa said...

Hi Camille,
I did not receive your first comment. Was it on this post or another post?

Christa

Camille said...

Came back to see if my comment was saved...nope...computer did something strange when I tried "posting"...I sent a comment prior to the one above...here's an attempt at a repost. :)

Hi Christa!
Thanks for sharing this article with us. This is not too popular in our churches today, but it is SO needed! It is such a blessing to learn the truth of this and practice it. Have I done so perfectly...absolutely not!! God is so gracious and forgives and gives us second (and third, and fourth...) chances.

We as Christian ladies would benefit from submitting to God's order in these things...it is for our good and for our protection.

A godly Christian friend of mine was married to a non-Christian for many years. They are still married, but the Lord saved him!! Her example of obedience to even an unsaved husband was a wonderful example to me! Was it because of her obeying God by obeying and submitting to her husband that worked in his life to soften him to the Lord?? I would argue that it had a great impact.

Thanks for sharing this article...it was a blessing to read.

In Him,
Camille

Christa said...

Hi Everyone,
I just received a notification that blogger is having a problem with the comment moderation on many blogs and they are working on the problem.
If you have tried to leave a comment and been been unsuccessful, you many want to try again now or later. I apologize for the problem.

Christa

Christa said...

Hi Camille,
As you can see, your comment went through.
Thank you for the testimony of your friend and for adding your words of wisdom to this subject.
I, too, still struggle and will continue. However, the Lord has changed my heart in many ways and I see myself trusting Him more and more as He continues a good work in me.

Thanks again for sharing,

Christa