Sunday 17th March 2019 Prayer Devotion
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Scripture Reading:- Proverbs 31:10-31
Topic:- My Wife Is A Christian
Text:- 1 Peter 3:6
“My wife is a Christian. She lets me live my life. She doesn’t talk to me about anything Biblical. She doesn’t curse me. She respects me as her husband and always asks for permission when going to Church, to use the car and lot things. She keeps washing my clothes. She has never thrown away any beer in the fridge because she is a Christian. She has never refused me sex because I am drunk. That woman is a Christian.”
His friends stopped laughing. “You really mean this?” Daniel asked, “I think she claims she is Christian because you haven’t really tested her faith. She is pretending.”
“No. No. No. She doesn’t pretend. She just lives the life of a Christian,” Richard defended.
“What if we really test her faith? To see if she is the real deal?” Andrew dead-panned.
Richard replied, “I would not treat my wife that way. She is a good woman. She respects me and I wouldn’t go that extra mile.” Richard said adding, “Right now I am ashamed to even bring beer into the fridge again.”
“I knew you were lying to us,” John said laughing mockingly.
“Okay guys, we can test her.” Richard agreed in resignation. “But I can assure you we will not break her.”
Stage One of the test began:
From entering the house with his friends with soiled shoes, to eating all relish meant for the whole day, to drinking beer at the living room and living it very messy, Richard wife never complained. She never showed a sad face. She was always glad. In her heart she always sang the song, “MUST JESUS BEAR THE CROSS ALONE AND ALL THE WORLD GO FREE?”
This Saturday Richard came with his friends at 11:30p.m. Though his wife was asleep, he woke her up and demanded that she cook Nsima for his 3 friends too. His wife never complained. She did that and when she was done she told her husband and his friends to go and eat.
But Richard took the plates and threw them down shouting the food was under cooked and she had to cook again.
His wife came to him graciously and knelled down and said, “I am sorry honey, I never meant to embarrass you in the presence of your friends. I am sorry the food was under-cooked. I will prepare you another meal.”
It was Andrew who started crying. Then Daniel and John joined him. They threw themselves to the floor crying, their hands raised in the air in surrender. Richard her husband also came apart uncontrollably.
“I want to serve the God you serve. Take me to Him,” John said, tears flowing freely down his cheeks. Andrew said the same thing, and did the rest.
They accepted CHRIST that day. They became born again.
This story teaches us that sometimes God places us in situations deliberately so that we can win souls to HIM.
For those women who pray in tongues for hours and also rain abuses on their husbands at the slightest provocation please learn.
Lets bring husbands back to our homes, your nagging kills him more than your right and family you’re trying to protect.
1. Oh Lord God, give me a good home and happy family henceforth, in the name of Jesus Christ.
2. Oh Lord God, help me to build my home to become godly home now by fire, in the name of Jesus Christ.
3. Oh Lord God, bless my home with godly and successful children henceforth, in the name of Jesus Christ.
Happy Lord’s Day!