The Lord appeared to us in the past. He said “I have loved you with a love that lasts forever. I have kept on loving you with a kindness that never fails. -Jeremiah 31:3
I have wrote before about how I almost destroyed my marriage by having an emotional affair. Even though I had asked God to forgive me, it took a while to ask my husband for his forgiveness. Mainly because it took me a while to feel as if I deserved his forgiveness. Then, I took an even longer time forgiving myself.
Why do we find it so hard to ask for forgiveness when we truly need it? I feel that in all honesty, it is due to the pressure tat society puts on us.
As a women, we are supposed to be a regular Susie Homemaker, June Cleaver, as well as Betty Crocker. Even though we have came a long way, society at times still thinks that we need to be all of these women and that our place should be in the home.
However, I firmly believe that it should also be up to the woman as far as what she wants. Now don’t get me wrong. I love my kids; but, I also cannot wait to return to the working world. I miss getting interacting with adults on a daily basis besides my husband. I am excited and nervous all at the same time. My only prayer is that I do well once I do go back to work.Tags: faith, God, home, homemaker, kids, life, marriage, pressure, work