30 Day Wife Encouragement Challenge: Day 28


The Lord God said, ‘It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.’ Genesis 2:18 (NIV)


Some men and women have a very narrow view of what a “helper” is. A helper can be someone who cooks meals and washes the dishes, or someone who takes care of the children.

A helper can be someone who stands by to hand over tools when they are needed to complete a project. A helper can be someone who stands by to take care of anything that might have been left undone. A helper can also be someone who has strengths in areas in which you have weaknesses. She can be an extrovert to your introvert; she can have a sense of color and style to your T-shirt and blue jeans; she can make lists and carry out tasks while you see the big picture and are already looking past this project to the next one.

Sometimes husbands and wives get annoyed by their differences, but quite often God brings together two people who are very different so they can work together to be whole, to be one (Genesis 2:24).

In what ways does your helper, your wife, “complete” you? How do your strengths and weaknesses work together to make an unbeatable team?

Rejoice in the differences that make your marriage work. Ask your wife how she sees the strengths and weaknesses that you each have working together. Talk about how you and your marriage are stronger because she is your helper who completes you.


Yours for the celebration of marriage,

Claudia


If you missed any of the previous days, click here or on 30 Day Wife Encouragement Challenge in the sidebar to catch up.


The 30 Day Wife Encouragement Challenge is now available in pdf format. If you would like a pdf of the entire 30 Day Wife Encouragement Challenge, email me at claudia @ theanniversaryshop.com (be sure to remove the extra spaces around @ intended to fool spammers).

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