Early this year, I struggled with having my husband see the world the same way I see it. I even blogged about my surprise when I first found out he “doesn’t pray because he doesn’t want to be a hypocrite.“
But God never left us. Throughout our sufferings and confusion, his eyes were fixed on our family and He reached out His faithful hands just as we tried to keep ourselves afloat in trying times.
And today, I write my gratefulness in this blog with no fear of what may come in the future because there’s no turning back in the life of faith. No matter how my human emotions try to control me, I know that I can rest confidently in God’s unfailing love all my days.
As I breathe out my bouts of stresses to my husband, His mind churns double time to advise me on how to deal with things head on. I get surprised with the wisdom he is now able to impart with me. Today, he tells me that God is in control of my life and that I can get through things and be tougher than I already am.
Ultimately, I appreciate how God is at work in His life as well. Suddenly, I feel that the problems I encounter in life are merely avenues for my husband to teach me about faith no matter the state. (Ephesians 5:22-30).