Here we are at another Titus 2 Tuesday! It is easy to join in-just answer the question below:
What have learned from another woman this week? (or ever)
This is an opportunity to honor women in your life and to share wonderful tips and lessons with all of us! We can learn so much from each other! Feel free to honor the same women more than once as you continue to learn from them and their lives!
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Today I am honoring my wonderful friend, Jennifer, who is so much like me at the core of who we each are that it is almost unbelievable at times!
My husband and I have had the privilege of watching some close friends of ours go through a major job change recently. He was a contract worker. His contract was set to be up. There was no chance that his current contract would be renewed. These are tough times. He went on a few job interviews. Some were promising; others not as much.
The cool thing about it to me though as we watched from the perspective of those who care, but are not directly involved, was seeing how they have been drawn close during this time of stress rather than be torn apart with worry or fear for the future. Each had moments of anxiety-some probably almost overwhelming-but they truly encouraged and supported one anther in those moments.
I watched as Jennifer spoke life into her husband. Built him up. Answered those questions of worth and qualification born out of moments of fear and insecurity. He did not have to wonder if she would stand with him if they had to make major life changes. She allowed him the opportunity to consider the dreams of his heart. To step out in faith to begin his own consulting company.
And she prayed for him. Prayed that God would clearly open and close doors and that the doors that would close would be done in a way that would not tear down her husband. I have never witnessed doors closing more graciously and clearly. It is not an easy thing to go through change without fear. Financial stress can easily create issues between husband and wife - especially when they have 4 children!
So, Jennifer, I honor you today. For trusting in God and in your husband during difficult times. You have been such a wonderful example to so many!
I'm looking forward to reading all of your Titus 2 Tuesday Posts!