Husbands are to be one-flesh with their wives. They are to leave their fathers. Look at what a man’s father represents: who he listens to and follows; who he admires; who he accepts guidance and correction from; who he emulates and respects; who he seeks to be praised by. To what and to whom has your husband assigned to take a “father” position in his life? Has that role come between you and your husband? If so, this is a foundational marriage dysfunction that you need to fervently pray about. You need to pray that your husband will leave his father or “father(s)” and walk in his godly purpose as the husband God has called him to be. Amen!
May God prosper us wives under the umbrella of this ministry in their land of sorrow as He causes our husbands to forget their hardships and their parental homes both in the natural and spiritual realms– their fathers and any familial, generational strongholds– that Your covenant marriages will be doubly blessed! Doubly blessed with both walking together in agreement according to Your will. In Jesus’ Holy name, Amen 🙏🏽💗
“Joseph had two sons born to him before the years of famine came. Asenath, daughter of Potiphera the priest of On, was their mother. Joseph named the firstborn Manasseh (Forget), saying, “God made me forget all my hardships and my parental home.” He named his second son Ephraim (Double Prosperity), saying, “God has prospered me in the land of my sorrow.”
Written by Cassandra Salamone. Cassandra’s Marriage Mints. ©May2019