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  1.     

I Am Proud Of My Husband!

I am proud of my husband because he had the strength to work and take care of me and our child.
I am Proud of my husband because he had allowed me to be a stay Home Mom while many husbands send their wives to work outside home.
I am proud of my husband because he never reminds me of my past sorrows.
I am Proud of my Husband because He is a wonderful father and a Great Provider.
I am Proud of my Husband because he encourages me to be Godly Mother, Godly wife and to be a Godly example.
I am Proud of my Husband because he compliments me and my food in the presence of family and friends.
I am proud of my husband and the job that he does because he is very talented and brilliant in his job.
I am Proud of my husband because he is very generous to the poor and needy.
I am Proud of my husband because his colleagues in his office praise him for his helping nature.
I am Proud of my husband because he is kind and friendly with the neighbors.
I am proud of my husband because he trusts me completely in everything.
I am proud of my husband because he is not greedy for money, possesions.
I am Proud of my husband because he sings worship songs which glorify God.
I am Proud of my husband because he teaches prayers, scriptures and Godly ways to our child.
I am proud of my husband because he do not lust at other women.
I am Proud of my husband because is kind and compassionate, Hardworking and truthful.
I am proud of my husband because he fears God and is obedient to His Word.
I am proud of my husband because he is trying his very best to be a Godly person, bringing our family to desire Christ and to seek God's glory.
I am proud of my husband because he is committed to our marriage; he has kept the marriage vows inspite of problems and challenges in the marriage.
I am proud of my husband because of his understanding and caring nature, inspite of we both coming from different backgrounds, different cultures, different countries, different opinion, different Christian denominations, different race and colour.
I am proud of my husband because even though we have major differences, inspite of it we get along and come unity in Christ.
I am proud of my husband because he handles money with responsibility and take care the needs me and our child.
I am proud of my husband because our child obeys him with proper respect.
I am proud of my husband because he is a good leader, willing to put our marriage relationship before all others.
I am proud of my husband because when he does mistakes he is willing to ask forgiveness.
I am proud of my husband because he is courage, caring and loving towards animals.
I am Proud of my husband because he is willing to give himself for me and our family.
I am proud of my husband because sometimes he helps me in the kitchen, laundry, and shopping grocery, clothes.
I am proud of my husband because he doesn’t allow me or our daughter exposing our bodies with inappropriate clothes.
I am proud of my husband because of his true and committed love for me and for our family.
I am proud of my husband because he avoids morally corrupted people around our family.
I am proud of my husband because he encourages and supports for homeschooling of our child to educate and practice our Christian faith, to grow in Godliness, to keep away from dangers and evils affecting from outside.
I am proud of my husband because he is not addicted to wine, not self-centered and controlling, not a gambler, not a smoker, not a womanizer.
I am proud of my husband because he manages the household well.
I am proud of my husband because of his everlasting marriage commitment
I am so proud of my husband that I get to share my life with him.
I'm always so proud to be the one next to him.
 
Shaila Touchton

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  2.     

What Should A Husband Do?

What should a husband do; if his wife indefatigably nagged him; tirelessly made him feel like a naked impoverished beggar; right in the center of the boisterously crowded street; and under the broadest of daylight?

What should a husband do; if his wife was more indifferent than the acrimoniously stabbing deserts; aimlessly staring towards the amorphously non-existent winds; whilst he inconsolably trembled in the most inexplicable of pain and disease?

What should a husband do; if his wife was the biggest blackmailer on the trajectory of planet divine; an entity who if once came to know of his weaknesses; would continue to backlash at him like the most venomous scorpion; at the tiniest of opportunity?

What should a husband do; if his wife preferred to talk more passionately than the Sun to every stranger and obliterated stone on the dusty street; remaining an emotionless ghost right infront of his earnest eyes?

What should a husband do; if his wife didn't ask him even once of what he did and achieved the entire day; even though he'd catapulted to such dizzy heights of philanthropic success; that none could ever perceive in the wildest of their dreams?

What should a husband do; if his wife ghoulishly went of into the realms of unbreakable sleep; whilst he was undergoing the most volatile catharsis of his heart;
sharing the most latent ingredients of his soul with her persona?

What should a husband do; if his wife vindictively abused him every unfurling instant of the day and night; when every other entity on the planet loved him for the astounding records that he'd achieved; for all the endless love that he was trying to perennially spread?

What should a husband do; if his wife mischievously flirted and philandered with every other man on the Universe; even though he endeavored his very best to
quench even the most evanescent of her desire?

What should a husband do; if his wife sadistically ridiculed even the most sacred of his beliefs; nonchalantly dismissed every element of his devotion; to bond as one with the spirit of the Omnipotent God?

What should a husband do; if his wife devised an infinite ways to pull his leg and make him lick the most disdainful of dust; instead of inspiring him to unflinching face the world and rise to the most truthfully ultimate of skies?

What should a husband do; if his wife wholeheartedly supported the indiscriminate felling of trees just to impart more free space to their land; whilst he on the other hand shed a billion tears of sorrow at even the tiniest snapping of a leaf?

What should a husband do; if his wife wholesomely dictated her insane idiosyncrasies on their only child; threatening to leave him forever and go publicly to her parents house; if he dared to intervene with her suggestions for his very own heavenly offspring?

What should a husband do; if his wife guffawed like the greatest of marauding demons; at every ardently heart-rendering tear drop that dribbled from his eye;
for treacherously depraved humanity?

What should a husband do; if his wife interminably preferred to read every bit of delirious balderdash written on this earth; whilst countless lines of poetry that he'd immortally dedicated and written for her; lay fretfully rotting and obsolete on his writing shelves?

What should a husband do; if his wife unstoppably sermonized him to go to a flagrantly unceremonious mental asylum; whilst he all he ever attempted to do
in his life; was to help her successfully accomplish every task of hers?

What should a husband do; if his wife was severely prejudiced and his worst critic; salaciously excoriating the most inimitably priceless of his art to feckless totters; in her fits of preposterously manipulative practicality?

What should a husband do; if his wife unsparingly teamed up with her parents; to demonstrate the epitome of cadaverous rudeness towards him; for every kind and
humanitarian deed that he did?

What should a husband do; if his wife felt that bearing his child was the greatest sin on the soil of this fathomless Universe; as it would satanically disproportion her body; integrity; identity and unabashed entity?

What should a husband do; if his wife's only mission was to squabble and thrash him with the mace of abhorrence; right from the first cry of dawn; for ostensibly not the slightest rhyme or reason?

Should he Kill Her? Or Should he Kill Himself? Or Should he kill both? Or Should be Divorce Her? Or Should he remarry? Or should he keep his second wife alongwith Her? Or should he abandon all worldly pleasures and go to the peak of Everest to perpetually meditate?

Well if I for one was in his shoes; then I wouldn't do any of the above. Instead just accept all what was happening around me; as a part of my inevitably regretful destiny.
 
Nikhil Parekh

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The Wife Is Bound By The Law As Long As Her Husband Liveth (Bible)

1 CORINTHIANS 7: 10-11

And unto the married I command, yet not I, but the Lord, Let not the wife depart from her husband:

But and if she depart, let her remain unmarried or be reconciled to her husband: and let not the husband put away his wife


1 CORINTHIANS 7: 39
The wife is bound by the law as long as her husband liveth; but if her husband be dead, she is at liberty to be married to whom she will; only in the Lord.


ROMANS 7: 2-3

For the woman which hath an husband is bound by the law to her husband so long as he liveth; but if the husband be dead, she is loosed from the law of her husband.

So then if, while her husband liveth, she be married to another man, she shall be called an adulteress: but if her husband be dead, she is free from that law; so that she is no adulteress, though she be married to another man.


*probable comparison:
***Mark 10: 1-12, Luke 16: 18;

Eph 5: 22,28,33, Col 3: 18-19
 
Mo...

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'I Asked God Why'

I asked God. Why me I asked god. One day God took my loving husband from me with out let me know what it’s going to happen to me with out him. I started asking why? What I did wrong to deserve this, many questions were in my head all the time. Now I know the answer. God took my husband it is not because I did something wrong, it was my husband time to leave this world. Now two years passed by and I understood that God don’t give you thinks that you’re not able to handle. Now I have an Angel that it’s looking after me all the time to make sure that I do the best every single day. I missed my loving husband but I know he is in a very good place.
 
Rocio Batir

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