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A Sober Wife

I’ve removed this post because it will be appearing in a future edition of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine’s eNewsletter in their “From Our Readers” devotions section. I’ll see if I can post a link once its been published. Thank you for your comments and testimoneys to our Lord’s goodness.

Finding Joy in the Journey,

Phyllis Sather
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© 2007 Phyllis Sather
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  • Jennifer Lopez
    Posted July 9, 2007 at 2:38 PM

    LOL. I have to laugh at our Lord’s sense of humor. I am still catching up to everything, so (in our eyes) I am late reading this. During our devotional with my children this morning we had their friends join us. I would have normally said no to the request, but the Lord placed it in my heart to welcome them. They do not come from a saved home and had a lot of questions.

    The study today was about “The Log in your Eye”. One question made me think of my habit of always judgeing my husband. The Lord placed in my heart that I need to treat my husband nicer in order for Him to be able to complete the work He started in us. Well now I open my emails and find this. I truly LOVE our Lord and how He speaks to us. Thank you so much Phyllis for sharing this. I would like to know what book you are studying if you don’t mind sharing!?!?

  • Becky
    Posted July 4, 2007 at 5:22 AM

    Your study sounds wonderful, Phyllis — thank you for sharing this.

  • sista cala
    Posted July 4, 2007 at 1:37 AM

    Your honest reflections of yourself are refreshing. Great post, made me do a little self-inspection. Thanks

  • Phyllis
    Posted July 3, 2007 at 4:02 PM

    I really don’t know other than the fact that our enemy really wants our marriages and families to fail. Phyllis

  • Tamera
    Posted July 3, 2007 at 9:57 AM

    Awesome word!

    I, like you, have an absolutely wonderful husband. But, I sometimes struggle with dwelling on one thoughtless act among the many thoughtful ones. Why is it that we notice the bad and not the good?

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