Remeber the first time I realized my life was changing, and I was no longer a fiancé but a bride, and for me this was a little overwhelming but in a good way. The day I became Mrs. Black everything felt right, and everything was going well in my home, but I know that I had some baggage that was left unhandled. I thought that I could just shove it under the rug, and that it would just go completely away. Little did I know that in the months, and years to come all of my suppressed anger, and emotional feeling will somehow cause my marriage to become a marriage of misery.
I thought that if I played everything by ear that things would somehow equal out to what I saw in my fairytale in my mind. As I look back to that time almost 6 years ago I am thank that God is releasing all of that toxic mess that was going on inside of me. Ladies not dealing with your past can lead into your present, and it will rear its ugly head in your future if you let it linger. The one piece of advice that I can give is to always be honest with your husband, and never get upset when they are asking about your past you never know if God is leading you to your breakthrough.
Fear is the enemy, and being fearful can ruin your future so please take the time to salvage your past, and make sure that you unpack your baggage deal with it. Never put anything before your happiness with your husband. Sometimes we can overlook things that we may think that we’re healed from. We all have things that helps us reach our beginning process in our healing stage for me it was sharing my story with other women, and since May 14, 2014 I’ve been encouraging women to share their truth, and to draw closer to God, and their husbands. Nothing is going to start off easy, and we all know that everything is a process’ so seek God to draw your strength from, and ask God what he want you to do.
Remember that your testimony can unlock someone else’s breakthrough. So I know that you can do it, and that you are going to win in the end of completing your healing process. I rooting for all women to shed that old skin, and to reclaim your life in the name of Jesus’.
God I call upon you right now asking that you will go, and lay your healing hand on every women that is dealing with depression, and that doesn’t see a way out of their Desiree.
Father I know that you can, and will heal them from their pain. Lord you’re a healer, and it’s proclaimed in your word that by your strips we are healed’ so Father I know that you can do anything, but fail, and I know that you will show these women that are hurting the way out of their circumstance. I pray these things in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Silence wrecked our marriage. Unhealed wounds divided us. Unkept vows separated us. Hello! My name is Jereè and I began this BLOG to share my journey as a wife as I start the process of mending the pieces of my broken marriage with God’s help by sharing my life #UnMended. God inspired the name “Mend The Vow” which means repair (something that is broken or damaged) Relationship with God and with our husbands. It is based on the Scripture in 2 Chronicles 24:12. My hope is to encourage other wives in the world who are, have been separated,and want to mend their marriage back together.