A letter to my Husband

in , by Cynthia Cano, 7:00 AM
Dear Bubba,

You're probably reading this with red cheeks right now because I posted something publicly about YOU (lol - sorry). But I really wanted to take a moment to let you know how much I love you and appreciate you. I know my words don't compare to my actions but for now, I wanted to express myself this way.

Babe, I just want to tell you Thank You...

Today I want to share the third story on marriage restoration this month with you all. So far, you've read about my own personal testimony, as well as the testimony of Traci Rhoades' friend with her marriage. Today we're reading Tammy Dunlap's story. You might remember Tammy from the blogger interview we had with her a couple of weeks ago (if you missed it, read it here), well today we get to read how about God restored her marriage after 9 months of separation!


Do you struggle with loving your spouse when conflict arises? Have you ever thought to yourself, I’ve done all I can to show him how I feel so what else can I do? In all honesty, I have. In the past, before God restored my marriage, my biggest struggle was loving my husband how God intended love to be expressed. I loved him my way and when I wanted to, so it was no surprise that within the first year of our marriage, things were already falling apart.


It took some time for me to fully understand what love really was and how God wanted me to love my husband, but with prayer and Bible study, I now know how to love him like God loves us. Today I want to share with you these 10 Bible verses that will help and teach you how to love your spouse just as God wants us to and instructs us to do.


Word of advice: there will still be bumps in the road but these verses will help guide you to the marriage God intended for you.

Today's There's Something About Love post has been written by a fellow blogger, Traci Rhoades. She tells us the story of a friend's marriage and how it was restored.  


Traci Rhoades writes on her blog, Traces of Faith, from her kitchen table in rural Michigan, not far at all from Lake Michigan’s shoreline. When she first started sharing her words, she wondered about what unique voice she could bring. She’s landed on this one-line description: A Country Girl Goes To Church.



It's February and that means it's the month of love.

This month we’ll be talking about marriage and relationships and the importance of keeping God at the center of it all. I have a few guest posts about marriage restorations that I'm excited to share. But first! I'll be sharing my own testimony on how God restore my marriage after almost a year of separation.

Marriage isn't easy. Relationships aren't either. But with God in the mix, things can go pretty smoothly.

Here's to this first post of the series! Enjoy!!!
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