The Fine Line

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I have a responsibility. Titus 2:4 in the Living Bible states, “These older women must train the younger women to live quietly, to love their husbands and their children, and to be sensible and clean minded, spending their time in their own homes, being kind and obedient to their husbands, so that the Christian faith can’t be spoken against by those who know them.” Another translation says, “makers of a home where God is honored” – WOW!

The reference in my Life Application Bible reads, “Women who were new Christians were to learn how to have harmony in the home by watching older women who had been Christians for some time.” I must admit that this seems to be a lost practice. I have only seen this practically displayed within the church community in Texas where my oldest daughter walked with the Lord. Families opened their homes to singles for a place to live and learn how to walk out Christian marriages and parenthood. How to do life according to the Word…it was amazing!

So my question before the Lord is…where is the fine line between teaching younger women and meddling? Between training others and overstepping boundaries? Perhaps I have been reluctant to share because of all my mistakes? Is God looking for perfection? No…a willingness to be vulnerable and to comfort others with the comfort I have received. Jesus taught the Word, and those who had a teachable spirit would come away changed. ~Selah

This will be our study in the upcoming weeks. I look forward to sharing with you!

”These older women must train the younger women to live quietly, to love their husbands and their children, and to be sensible and clean minded, spending their time in their own homes, being kind and obedient to their husbands, so that the Christian faith can’t be spoken against by those who know them.”

Titus 2:4 (TLB)


The Fine Line | Part 2

I remember when my grandmother told me years ago that she had “learned to love” my grandfather throughout their marriage. I thought that was terribly sad! I didn’t understand the foundation for marriage at that time in my life. In previous generations, marriages took place out of convenience, agreement or necessity…not because of love. But my grandmother’s learning to love her husband was a strong biblical concept, even if she didn’t realize it at that time.

So apart from natural feelings and affections, how does a woman learn to love her husband and children? ... READ MORE

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