Collaborate without boundaries

Day 2

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I'm really not sure how to put this day into practice since we don't live in the same house and he still isn't speaking to me. The Lord has definitely been speaking though, and opening my eyes, to which I am thankful. 

  • I sent him an email because I didn't know how else to let him see the acts of kindness I've been doing out of love for him alone, and let him know that I expected nothing in return. I pray that God opens the lines of communication. I really miss praying with him.

  • It can be tough doing the dares when you don't see your spouse. but, it can be a good thing, in that you more fully have to rely on God to do the dares vs yourself.  Often God will  open the door for a more creative way to accomplish the dare.  

    Did you see the movie Fireproof.  Don't worry about if your spouse sees you doing the dares or knows what you have done.  Keep in mind this is a journey between you and Christ, not you and him.

  • Like Tim said, this is not a journey between you and your spouse. Focus on giving everything to God and focusing on your personal relationship with God. Accomplish each dare to the best of your ability. When living separately, there are some dares that you may not be able to complete. Reading about how to love your spouse will still help you when you do have the opportunity to put it into action.

    I suggest that you read about each dare in the morning and pray about how to accomplish it. Often God will give you a way to accomplish each dare. Your husband will see the dares over time, even if he doesn't see it today. Allow God to reveal what you've been doing to your husband in His timing.

  • Let God see you do the dare. That's all that matters. And do it from your heart. Mean it. On day 2 and from now on don't say anything to anyone about your spouse that is negative. That's a completed dare. It's hard I know because of the way they are acting but it's going to help you be a better person in the long run.

    "He who goes about as a slanderer reveals secrets, Therefore do not associate with a gossip."

    Proverbs 20:19

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