New Thoughts

I have learned a lot about myself, my husband, and the Lord this past year. I have learned that I hold myself on a pedal stool when in reality, I should bowing my knees to my Lord that is on the highest pedal stool. I should be serving Him and while I serve Him I also serve my husband. I am a selfish sinner and my first thought is always. “would I enjoy this?” That is completely wrong. My way of thinking is suppose to be, ” God, others, then me.” So, in saying that, this is what I strive to be doing daily.

I have talked with numerous people about the Bible this week. Some say that women are hated within the Bible and some say that God=hate. I would love to hear more about this. The thing women were not hated. Women were held to a certain standard. Why? Well, woman is the one that fell into sin first and had her husband follow her example. This is why were are now under our Husbands ruling.  When it comes to God equaling hate, He is anything but. He loves us, He sent His own son to die on the cross for our sins just so we could have a relationship with Him. His mercy and grace allows this. He constantly forgives us when we sincerely ask for forgiveness.

Being a homemaker I have decided to begin baking and cooking constantly. Just yesterday I baked a homemade Lemon Loaf. You can message me for the recipe if you’d like to. I have also made homemade English Toffee, again just message me if you desire that recipe as well.

I leave you with a verse to take to hear and memorize

Philippians 2:3

Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.



3 Replies to “New Thoughts”

  1. I would like to preface that I didn’t declare women as being hated in the Bible. I asked your opinion on the misogynistic undertones that are present in many areas of the Bible, especially since you are a modern woman. By looking at a past post of yours, it comes off that the sole reason for marriage is to have grace to give in to physical desires. I doubt that’s what you intended, and I don’t believe that you would marry your husband for that (I believe you did out of love and the connection you feel towards your now husband). What types of joys and happiness are you experiencing in your journey of becoming a homemaker? Is this something you aim to do for a few years while your child is still young or do you have your sights on a different trajectory in life after a certain point?


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