Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Day 20- 30 Day Husband Encouragement Challenge

Read this wife's description of her beloved in Song of Solomon 5:10-16.
Criticism leaves scars; encouragement can bring healing. Remember that today as you focus on your "30-Day Husband Encouragement Challenge."
Almost nothing is as devastating to a man as the belief that his wife finds him repulsive. Sadly, many women unwisely criticize their husbands' bodies.
Have you ever considered how wonderfully God designed men and women? No matter how a man looks by the standards of the world, a loving God designed them all, and they are all "beautiful" in His sight. Encourage your husband today by praising his uniqueness.
As you look over your husband's body, from the tip of his toes to his bald or bushy head, thank God that your husband is "wonderfully made," then admire your husband verbally. (Strong arms? Hairy chest? Firm hands? Big feet? Rugged chin? Wide shoulders? Compassionate eyes? Broad smile?):I truly feel that my husband is a work of art, He was created by the Master artist. I see him as being my handsome prince, and he daily rescues me.


eph2810 said...

I always tell my husband that I feel safe in his strong arms.

Thank you for sharing the reminder that we need to overlook imperfections. I know my Sweetheart does :)

Be blessed today and always.

blackpurl said...

thank you so much for the reminder!

Lynn said...


Fantastic post. I really loved this and feel like calling my hubby right now. Thank you!!

Pearls of Wisdom said...

Beautiful post Denise. I am so glad we both are such good friends, sisters and have Princes for husbands. I always knew I had a kingdom somewhere...blessings my friend. I love my husbands eyes they are so beautiful thanks for the reminder I will tell him today.

Hugs and Love you ,

Angel ():)

Gretchen said...

Beautiful. Those men in our life really need to hear our praises. I'll remember to throw a few my hubby's way as soon as I see him.

Thanks! ((((hugs)))

Sharon said...

Thank you for reminding us to keep admiring our husbands.