And even though overall it’s speaking more to wives and mothers, I’m still able to glean from the insights therein.
Just this past week, I was studying in a chapter about “a heart that loves” and what that looks like specifically as it relates to a husband.
Good counsel is available to you if you’ll ask for it.
So if customers are not demanding certain products or resources, then it’s safe to say that publishers, manufacturers and what have you will probably not be churning out a bunch of what you and I are looking for in these “different” stages of our lives. She interviews various women (some married and with families and some who have had successful careers outside of the home) who share about God reigniting the passion in their hearts and seeing their spiritual growth get another kick-start. perhaps one or two will come to your mind as you’re reading this).
Even though I am not married, I was able to internalize what I read and consider how I “love” or show respect to the men who in my life (leadership at church, my superiors at work, my brother-in-law, my male friends, etc.). Singleness has taught her patience, deepened her walk with the Lord and afforded her countless (who's counting anyway?