I cannot imagine being a father to our two sons without their mother (my wife) and her godly influence on my life.
I am a listener. I don’t have the need to talk all the time. But when I need to talk it is an intense need, and the one I want to talk to the most is my wife. She listens then. And she lets me vent my heart without jumping in and “solving” my frustration. I then ask for her opinions and we give and take; or she just gives and I take (when necessary).
When we are having trouble with one or both of our sons she doesn’t try to tell me how I should respond to them. She doesn’t micromanage home life. She asks me questions to help me see what is truly important in the situations we experience with our two sons. These questions help me see critical things I am missing on my own.
My wife prays for me. She knows that only Jesus can help me be a better father. She knows the only one who can change me is God and she puts her time and effort in with Him. She spends time with Jesus on my behalf.
Honey, many women do noble things, but you are my gift from God.