“Wives, Call Your Husbands ‘lord'” by Dr.J.

Women in God orchestrated and ordained marriages, cherish your husbands. Call them “lord” as Sarah did. Do not give way to the fears of “what if?” What if he leaves; what if he doesn’t love me back; what if I love him more; what if he cheats; what if he isn’t all I thought he would be. All those “what ifs” are straight from the devil who tried to destroy the entity of marriage from the first wedding. Don’t fall for it.

Your husband is second to God. Treat him as a king of the most high King. He is your present, your gift from God if God orchestrated your marriage. Love your husband unconditionally. Be his confidant, his biggest cheerleader, and his greatest support. Be his help mate. Help him to achieve his goals and dreams. God will do the work He needs to do in him. You will be held accountable for your part.

Pray for your husband. Cover him in prayer. Speak sweet and powerful affirmations over and into him. Lay hands on him. Give him your love freely and during intimate moments, whisper the most positive words of empowerment to him. Adorn yourself in submission and love not clothes, jewelry, and elaborate hairstyles.

God bless each and every marriage under the view of my declaration in the name of Jesus and marriages you’re developing right now in the spiritual realm in Jesus’s name.

1 Peter 3:5-6 NIV “For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to adorn themselves. They submitted themselves to their own husbands, like Sarah, who obeyed Abraham and called him her lord. You are her daughters if you do what is right and do not give way to fear.” Jené Elaine Walker

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