Today, I am blessed to be featured as a guest writer for Beth Zimmerman of Butterfly Masterpiece regarding A Worshipful Faith based on Hebrews 11:21. I share it with you today because it applies so well to making sure we keep the heart of worship alive and well in our marriages—as we die to self and live for Christ by living for the spouse God has given each of us.
Quick link: Worshipful Faith at Butterfly Masterpiece
Do you take time to count the blessings of being married to your spouse? Do you worship the Lord in thankfulness for your spouse, knowing that each moment is a blessing; each moment an undeserved grace from God? Take a few minutes to hop on over to read my post today (excerpt below) and think about how to apply a worshipful heart to your marriage even as we take time to do the same.
Do you recall the story of the Gentile woman in Matthew 15:21-28 who boldly asked Jesus for help in healing her daughter, even though she was not a Jew?
Jesus called her a dog. To her face. I know this would have hurt my pride, but this woman, well, not so much.
She was unabashedly aware that she was exactly what Jesus had called her. She was painfully aware that her only place was as a beggar before Him. But she persisted in asking for His assistance, because, as she boldly put it, “Yes, Lord, yet even the little dogs eat the crumbs which fall from their masters’ table.” (Matthew 15:27).
Keep reading at Butterfly Masterpiece…
Much love to all of our readers as you seek to live Christ’s love in your heart toward your spouse!