1. Crossing some meaningful stuff of my #goals and #intentions list today. I posted my full list on the blog. #linkinbio

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  6. Early mornings are a great time to pray. When I was a young mom and the kids were little, I’d get up before sunrise to pray just so I could be alone with God.

    Praying is how Christians talk to God. Not praying is the same as ignoring God. It’s like walking into a room, seeing someone you know but not even acknowledging them.

    Praying connects our soul to God. It allows us to know Him more intimately than just a surface relationship. (Matthew 6:6 MSG) 👇👇👇 “Here’s what I want you to do: Find a quiet, secluded place so you won’t be tempted to role-play before God.
    Just be there as simply and honestly as you can manage”. (As you talk to God), the focus will shift from you to Him, “and you will begin to sense His grace.”

  7. Are you reading through ‪#‎RemoveFromMeThisVenomousTongue‬ Devotional? What lesson are you working on? How have you become a better communicator? Share your accomplishments and successes below. — Saidah đź’ž

  8. I hear people sing and talk about they just want to be rich, successful, etc. They can have it. I just want to be faithful! If I can just be consistent in putting my faith in God no matter the circumstance, everything else will come. My faith has to be in Him! Not money, not success, not my church, not my marriage. Just Him.

  9. I absolutely love being married. There are few things I would do differently if I had the chance, but marrying my sweetheart isn’t one of them.

    Our marriage wasn’t always blissful, but once we made a decision to cultivate happiness, things changed. Now just about every day is like a new opportunity to grow deeper in love. When we put away the distraction of arguments, bitterness and discontent, we opened up the door to a deeper love relationship.

    Not only do I have a happy marriage, but many of you do too and you want to help other couples get there. So I asked a question to my friends, and within our A Proverbs Wife Facebook community, and the response was overwhelming.

    After reading through every single response, here are the top 25 secrets for a happy marriage (READ THEM ON THE BLOG. Link is in my profile or visit AProverbsWife.com) #aproverbswifeblogs

  10. I truly believe that we are either building our husbands up or tearing them down.

    Encouraging or discouraging.

    Tearing them down can come in the form of a snide remark and building them up can be something as simple as saying, “I trust you” when there’s a decision to be made.

    It’s important for me to encourage my husband. It helps build his character, his faith and his confidence.

    Now please don’t get it twisted…Germaine was going to be a great guy with or without me as long as he had Christ in his life. This I know, but he’s an amazing husband, father, and friend because of what I add to his life through encouragement.

    Because I encourage him he can trust me with anything from his money, to our children, to his heart.