He looked up, a glow of pleasure lighting his face and said, “Thanks, mom. I’ve always wanted to be awesome to someone.”
A glow started in my own heart, as I realized I had the power to make someone awesome. It was so easy to make a four-year-old awesome, but would it work with bigger guys, too?
Absolutely! I learned that I could affect my husband with my praise and admiration the same way.
Ladies, you have great power in your homes. You can build up or tear down your home and your family with your words. (Proverbs 14:1)
You have the power to turn your husband into a hero.
Do your children think he’s the greatest man alive? They should. Doesn’t matter what he’s done or said behind closed doors. Give him the gift of the respect of his children. Give them the gift of a hero for a dad. Give yourself the gift of the self-respect of not being the woman married to a man who is as bad as she says he is. . .
Bless that man! Praise that man! You make him a hero. He will rise to the occasion. A woman of noble character, who can find? She is married to a potentially great man. Maybe not yesterday or today. . . but tomorrow he will be awesome with your love, respect, and prayers to lift him up!
You can do it! I believe in you! I’m praying for you! You are awesome!