MOTHERING SUNDAY…

At the Presbyterian Church last Sunday….Teaching on:
BALANCING WIFEHOOD AND MOTHERHOOD…

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Many women have slaughtered their ministry of Wifehood at the altar of motherhood. Becoming a mother does not retire you from wifehood. Many begin to abandon their responsibilities to their husband’s even from the time they become pregnant…

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YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES
Pregnancy is not a sickness, neither should it be a handicap or a disadvantage. You are divinely packaged, wired and endowed to balance your ministry of Wifehood, Motherhood and Homemaking -Titus 2:3-5. None should be overemphasised more than the other. All you need is to make the most of the wisdom God created you with for Your assignment. That balance is very possible! Read Proverbs 31:10-31.

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NATURE ABHORS VACUUM…
Your husband’s needs don’t suddenly cease or become less important becomes you became the mother if his children. May you not create a vacuum that a stranger may come and fill in your husband’s life…nature abhors vacuum.
Maybe your husband is not complaining, or can’t complain; but that doesn’t mean something is not spoiling.
Many men have been forced to seek love, attention, feeding and even sexual satisfaction outside their marriage because of this neglect… It’s a gradual thing…

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Remember the primary reason you’re in that marriage is to help the man and meet the needs that God has ordained that only a wife will meet – Genesis 2:18. Motherhood is your secondary assignment.
May the Lord give us understanding, in Jesus name.

HUSBAND…
Husband, instead of keeping quiet, suffering in silence while things deteriorate, please help your wife to create this balance. Don’t leave her totally overwhelmed, confused and overlaboured! Please?

Motherhood, creatingabalance, wife, homemaking, husband, children, wisdom, assignment, communication, relationship.

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