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Vigilance This Week

Welcome to the fourth edition of the Vigilant Wives Club!!  I am so excited about today.  Can’t wait to read how God is using you to love and serve your husband.  Please know I have praying for each of you.  And I am so encouraged that you’ve decided to join in.  Welcome!

It’s spring break for my 2nd-grader this week.  So I’m practicing the art of vigilance as a mom.

And, for me, that’s a way to be vigilant in my marriage.  Because when my children feel truly loved all day long, my husband doesn’t have as many gaps to fill in when he gets home from work at the end of the day.

How about you?  What’s your vigilance plan for the week?  I can’t wait to read your posts.

**If this is your first time linking up, please read this first.**
If you have a blog, get your permalink for the post you’d like to share.  A permalink is the URL to a specific blog post.  To get it, publish your post, then click on the title.  Then copy the entire url from the address line at the top of your browser.  Now you can paste it into the nice little McKlinky thingy right here so other people can read and be encouraged by your vigilance.  

If you don’t have a blog, then leave a comment here about your husband and one way you choose to serve him today or this week.

5 Thoughts on “Vigilance This Week

  1. You're so right – practicing vigilance as a mom – loving my children – makes for a much more peaceful environment when my husband gets home!

  2. Brianna! I have stuff, but I haven't blogged about it. I made sandwiches for my husband's lunch today. I don't normally do that. But there's more, and I will write more when I get laundry, dishes and vacuuming done. šŸ™‚ Love being part of this club!

  3. Hey Brianna, just wanted to let ya know I edited my post this week and sent every one back to hopefully link up here. =0)Hope you are having a wonderful day!

  4. Kat, that's so awesome that you made sandwiches! šŸ™‚ Can't wait to read what you write, but more that that, I'm excited that you're in this too. :)Kelly, thank you. šŸ™‚ Coby, so glad you're here too. šŸ™‚

  5. I am so glad I found this sight. Women (myself much included…)need to learn to trust God to lead their marriages, not what's considered the "norm" for todays society. I struggle with putting my husband 2nd in my life (behind God)and not 6th or 7th on the list. Life is so busy–7 kids (3 high needs foster/adopt children), aging parents, life on a ranch, two many farm animals and not enough time in the day. I find if I have someone other then myself I account to, I am better able to set some goals. Thank you for this wonderful blog! Blessings, Bridgett

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