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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 24 – His Talk

Posted by Hallee on Apr 30, 2011 in Christian Faith, Prayer, Praying Wife

I worked in the construction industry for twelve years. For twelve years, I was surrounded, day in and day out, with men working in a man’s environment. The language that was peppered throughout my place of employment on a daily basis would make a sailor blush. It was such a part of my daily life that I didn’t even hear it. There was one man with whom I worked who could use a curse word five times in a sentence: as the noun, adjective, adverb, pronoun, and verb. It was nearly comical.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 22 – His Emotions

Posted by Hallee on Mar 12, 2011 in Christian Faith, Life, Love, Marriage, Prayer, Praying Wife

I was talking to a retired homicide detective last week. He said that every dead child, every drug induced murder, every senseless death born of greed and anger and malice destroyed him inside. But, as a homicide detective, he couldn’t let those emotions out. Instead of going into some dead child’s bedroom and crying in a corner, he had to buck up and do his job. To compensate, he would go home and drink. His wife didn’t understand what he was struggling with, because he couldn’t open up the floodgate of emotions that would come as a result of acknowledging them, and in the end it nearly destroyed their marriage.

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The Power of a Praying Wife: Chapter 17 – His Relationships

My husband is a very social person. He can chat with strangers over any subject matter for hours and never bat an eye. He can work a room at a party or banquet and enjoy meeting new people, catching up with old acquaintances, and find something in common with just about anyone. But he has very few very close friends.

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The Power of a Praying Wife – Chapter 8: His Fears

Posted by Hallee on Jul 31, 2010 in Biblical womanhood, Christian Faith, Holy matrimony, Love, Praying Wife

I’m a worrier. I actually drive my husband to distraction with it. I don’t verbalize most of it, but he knows me, so he knows. When faced with situations, my mind goes through what the worse case scenario would be. I think it’s a manner of preparing me for whatever is, and if it’s not the worse case, then I can handle whatever it is.

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