Prayer

Ask and Receive

~  If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer ~ Matthew 21:22 (NIV) When my husband and I moved to our trailer in 2011 that we lived in until 2015, when we moved to another city so we can attend college, it had all of the large appliances, including a broken… Continue reading Ask and Receive

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Homemaking

Submission and Respect

The Trad Wife

Modern society has marriage all wrong. Women act like men leading the home and men take the role of women with compliance. Many are so brainwashed into believing that if there is a problem they can just walk out. Divorce seem more desired than marriage these days. Honestly, I am convinced feminism is to blame for a majority of the problem. Our men our being attacked from every which way. As wives we come together and “vent” about how dumb, careless, and unkind our male counterparts are. Because which man is not empty-headed and insensitive? Every sitcom from the Simpsons to Modern family just shows men in such a detestable light, while having women command the home with all their brilliance. Men have to consider women equal to themselves or they are bigots. Satisfaction can not be gained trying act like something a woman is not. Telling a wife submission…

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Prayer

What to do when you come across conflicting advice from other Christian women

Whoever heeds life-giving correction will be at home among the wise. Those who disregard discipline despite themselves, but the one who needs correction gains understanding. Wisdom’s instruction is to fear the LORD, and humility comes before honor. Proverbs 15:31-33 (NIV) As Christian women, we come across may different types of advice. For some advice, we… Continue reading What to do when you come across conflicting advice from other Christian women

Homemaking

The Day of Breakthrough

Mustard Seed Blog

Most of us were read or told the Bible stories as children of Old Testament characters such as Joseph, Moses, Noah, Elijah, Elisha, and others. We view them as ‘greats’ – heroes of the faith (rightly so) because, they pushed through. They were overcomers. Their stories have triumphant endings
But we have a tendency to read their stories from ‘back to front’. Or we recap their stories ‘in a nutshell’, almost sanitising them – leaving out the heartache, the sometimes long periods of waiting, the pain, the questioning they sometimes went through. We know the outcome and we sometimes forget what these heroes went through before their great breakthroughs.
Take Joseph, for example.

Joseph ruled as Prime Minister of Egypt. What an honour and blessing bestowed on this man who started out life as a shepherd and the youngest son.
However, before this great honour and fulfilment of God’s promise…

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Homemaking, Proverbs 31, time managment, Titus 2

Welcome to Balancing Life’s Seasons

    Hi, and welcome, to Balancing Life’s seasons. I am Tabi and this is my Christian homemaking blog about being a homemaker in the modern world. Some things that I will focus on in the homemaking world will include time management, homemaking skills and creating balance in your life. All posts will be uplifting… Continue reading Welcome to Balancing Life’s Seasons