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Shari Popejoy



 
Posts Tagged ‘love’
 

30 Days to Lay Aside Weight; blog.wonwithoutwords.com
30 Days to Lay Aside Weight

Day 6 Just Say No

Posted February 15, 2016 by Denise Barkdoll

  Saying “no” to ourselves is sometimes very hard to do.  I can be pretty good at convincing myself to give in to things I would like to have or eat, but probably shouldn’t (I’m looking at you, delicious candy).  After all, I know all my weak spots and how I can be most effectively […]

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100 Days To My Anniversary 2012

What Is Love?

Posted March 1, 2012 by Shari Popejoy

How did you know you were first in love with your husband? What feelings did you have? What did he do to make you feel in love? I loved the way being in love felt. I loved being adored. I loved being wooed, wowed, and won. I loved the way it felt to have a big, powerful man worship the ground I walked on. Yep, that is powerful stuff.

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100 Days To My Anniversary 2012

Lord’s Day Devotional; Thy Maker Is Thy Husband

Posted March 11, 2012 by Shari Popejoy

Sometimes there is nothing more lonely than being married. We know what it’s supposed to be like. We remember those days of wonderful intimacy. But, sometimes it seems less painful to have never loved at all, than to love and lose.

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Pain is part of love; blog.wonwithoutwords.com
Conflict in Marriage

Pain: A Pit Stop On The Road Of Love

Posted May 26, 2012 by Shari Popejoy

Pain is one way of knowing you are in love. Not a self-destructive form of love of pain, that’s sick, but a realistic acknowledgment of the risks and an intellectual choice to assume the risk for the resultant rewards.

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50 Days of Encouragement

Countdown #40: Don’t Disregard Love

Posted November 22, 2011 by Shari Popejoy

Your love has the power to woo your husband to the heart of God. Allow the love of God to be shed abroad in your heart toward your husband, so that as you love and serve, ‘the least of these’ you are serving Christ. As you submit to your husband, you are submitting to Christ. As you wash the feet of your husband, you are washing the feet of Christ.

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100 Days To My Anniversary 2012

Lord’s Day Devotional and Bible Study; What Is Love?

Posted February 26, 2012 by Shari Popejoy

Have a blessed Lord’s Day, and walk in love today. Of the three, faith, hope and love, the greatest is love (1 Corinthians 13:13).

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100 Days To My Anniversary 2012

Teach Me To Love My Husband — PLEEEEEASE?

Posted March 2, 2012 by Shari Popejoy

Loving your husband doesn’t come as naturally as loving your children – otherwise you wouldn’t need training. It is hard work to love a husband, and it takes a long time to learn to do it properly.

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blog.wonwithoutwords; encouragement for wives
Marriage

Who is My Wife?

Posted November 25, 2014 by Shari Popejoy

Some husbands want to get by with just keeping their vows and putting up with that woman, but a man should occasionally ask himself: Who is my wife?

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100 Days to My Anniversary

Tip #88 Pain: A Pit Stop on the Road Trip of Love

Posted May 20, 2011 by Shari Popejoy

The alternative to fully embracing the intimacy of love (and the possibility of pain) is loneliness and isolation, safe and secure emotional celibacy.

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Husband

A More Excellent Way For Husbands to Love Their Wives

Posted November 23, 2014 by Shari Popejoy

A Christian man understands the love of the Father, and the power of foot washing servitude of one who has authority, and realizes there is a more excellent way to love–he can love his wife even more than he loves himself.

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