Category Archives: Preparing for Marriage

Menu Planning and Binder

Okay, the long awaited post about how I do our menu planning and the binder that I put together! :o) For years, this has always been a sore spot for me. I was never one growing up that thoroughly enjoyed … Continue reading

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So…Which Would You Choose?

Shabbat Shalom! Wow! It feels SO good to be home with my precious family once again…and I have to say, that I am very much looking forward to Shabbat! :o) It seems like as each one passes, I grow more … Continue reading

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Part 2: Character Training and How What We Think Will Affect Our Children

Part 2: Character Training and How What We Think Will Affect Our Children Part 2: What Does Yahweh’s Word Say About Fear? In Part 1 of this series, we talked about what the Word says about fear. We barely skimmed … Continue reading

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Preparing For Our Beloved’s

Yesterday I posted about how I had made my husband and I’s bed. Lately Yhwh has really been showing me what an absolute joy it is to prepare for his coming. The scripture verse “she does him good and not … Continue reading

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P.s. Preparing Them For His Glory

As I was talking to my sister, she told me “you need to write that down and add it to your article”, so here it is. :o) Over the years, I have noticed how Yahweh has worked in my own … Continue reading

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Preparing Them For His Glory

“What man is he that feareth Yahweh? him shall he teach in the way that he shall choose.” Psalms 25:12 I mentioned in the last post that I would speak more about training children and the importance of us training … Continue reading

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P.s. Preparing Them For His Glory

As I was talking to my sister about this article, she told me “you need to write that down and add it to your article”, so here it is. :o) Over the years, I have noticed how Yahweh has worked … Continue reading

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The Importance of Respecting Our Men

With it being Purim yesterday, I decided to sit down and read the book of Esther during the next couple of days. I’d like to share with you a passage from Esther chapter one that really stuck out to me … Continue reading

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How Do We Wait?

“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God” Corrie Ten Boom I shared in the past post that I would share some additional lessons that Yahweh has taught me that kind of went along the same … Continue reading

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Seeking YHWH on Behalf of Raising Our Children…and Also a Note To Single Girls Pt3

Part 1 and Part 2 of this series But girls, now I write to you about the here and now. Yes, I believe we need to be thinking about these things for our own children, if YHWH so wills to … Continue reading

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