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How To Be A Godly Wife To Your Husband In 19 Ways!

how to be a godly wife to your husband in 19 Ways Before I go into the 19 awesome ways I want you to know that being a wife is not easy but it’s totally worth it. I know I will one day be a wife and me long to express all these things I will mention to you. So if you have anything you believe it would help a woman feel free to leave a comment and let’s talk!

 Pray for him specifically

This is so important. Try to set aside a few minutes to think about what his day’s like and pray for your husband specifically. Then next you can send him a random text or leave a note to let him know you’re praying for him. You will be surprised that he will reply with joy and feel encouraged as he goes about his busy schedules. Be a wife that prays!

She Loves You Unconditionally

People tend to believe that glorious “true love” relationships are elusive, but we have the power to turn our own relationships into just that. A godly wife loves you unconditionally. She values you the way you are. Unconditional love, in essence, is true love so different from the kind of love most of have known all our lives that it deserves a definition of its own. Unconditional love is caring about the happiness of another person without any thought for what we might get for ourselves. She also reflects this love in her relationship with the family. The Ultimate Prayer For A Husband With Scripture Guide

To respect him

He just so happens to flourish as a man when I respect him.  And I happen to think a flourishing husband is much better to live with than a husband who is wilting.  (Eph. 5:33) A Christian wife should respect her husband. The Greek word the apostle Paul uses in Ephesians 5:33 for the respect wives should have for their husbands is phobētai, which means to have a profound measure of reverence/respect for someone.

She Shares Your Beliefs

Never overlook a woman who shares your beliefs, particularly on faith. A godly wife keeps Christ at the center of her marriage. You and your wife share many common interests. On top of being unbelievably similar, a good wife should share the same beliefs, values, hopes and dreams. You are inspired by each other when you share the same worldview, background and core beliefs, which will allow the two of you to build a strong, loving foundation based on mutual respect.

She Makes You a Better Man

Never overlook a woman who makes you a better man. Any man who has a great wife will tell you that she makes him a better man. She doesn’t have to say or do anything, it just is the way. Your wife should elevate you to your best self. You can get a good idea from your friends and family.

She is Trustworthy

This is about more than fidelity in marriage. A godly wife wants her husband to know that he can trust her and depend on her just like she trusts and depends on him. She seems their marriage as a partnership. You guys are a team. God is the coach. Scripture tells us, “The heart of her husband trusts in her, And he will have no lack of gain” (Proverbs 31:11-12).

She’s Selfless

Never overlook a woman who is selfless. You know you’ve found a godly wife when she really values others. A selfless woman always puts God first. She also puts other people’s wishes, interests or aspirations first because she values others. Look at the way she treats her family and friends. Giving to others comes naturally to her.

To be his lover.

It’s why I married him and vice versa.  (1 Cor. 7:2-5)

To be a wife he can trust.

He’s given me his heart, so I want to handle it with care. (Prov. 31:11)

To build him up and encourage him.

It’s a great feeling when you are encouraged and supported by the one you are the closest to, the one you share your bed with, and the person the Bible calls you one flesh with.  (Prov. 14:1)

To be his friend.

Life is always much more enjoyable when you can go through it with a friend.  One you can lean on, depend on, dream with, as well as laugh with.  (Prov. 27:17) The Ultimate Prayer For A Husband With Scripture Guide

To fight the battles of life with him rather than against him.

Life is hard enough as it is that I don’t need to be his enemy or cause him to stumble when the battle is raging on.  But rather I seek to be his co-warrior in the faith.  (Eccl. 4:12)

To bear his burdens.

Even though he is a man, that doesn’t mean he is made of steel.   He’s got issues and struggles just like me, although some of them are unique to being a man. So I want to be the kind of wife who listens to him and prays for him.  I want to be a compassionate wife.  (Galatians 6:2)

To forgive him.

If a marriage is going to thrive, forgiveness needs to be at the core of it.  I happen to want a thriving marriage.  (Matt. 18:22)

To be more concerned about my sin rather than his sin.

It’s not always easy to be a gracious wife, but it is right in God’s eyes.  Therefore, I do my best to pursue this virtue.  (Matt. 7:5)

She Gets Along With Others

A godly woman genuinely cares about those. She sees everyone as a child of God. She gets along with your friends and family. A godly wife will make an effort to have close relationships with your circle of influence. She’ll help your parents out at Thanksgiving, try to understand your brother’s twisted sense of humor and want to get to know your friends. The

She’s Compassionate

Compassion is one of the most important qualities in a marriage. The definition of compassion is a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering. A compassionate wife is able to recognize when her spouse is suffering in some way. She is loving and kind and can help them move through their process.

To be a content wife rather than a complaining wife.

I’m not sure that I have anything to say about this one, except that less is more. Less talk will cause me to be more content.  Have you ever gone a whole day without complaining? I have and I failed miserably!  Pursuing the things of the Lord rather than the things of this earth will give me a content heart.  (Phil. 2:14)

To be a discreet wife.

I don’t need to be talking smack about him or sharing his sins with the world.  I personally wouldn’t want him sharing with others how I continually fall short.  (Titus 2:5) 9 Powerful Ways to Maximize your Season of Singleness There you have it, What else to read?
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