Sharon Jaynes Forgiveness, Lovestruck, Marriage 41 Comments

Healing When Your Heart Has Been Rubbed Raw

One day I received an e-mail from a woman who was still bitter over a statement her husband made to her cousin ten years ago. She and her husband were preparing to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary, and she was dreading it because of his careless words a decade before. She wrote, “Please pray that God mends this title [sic] piece of my heart that has fallen to the ground.”

The word title was a typo—she meant to type little.  Read more…

Sharon Jaynes Lovestruck, Marriage 11 Comments

Healing Your Heart When It’s Been Rubbed Raw

One day I received an e-mail from a woman who was still bitter over a statement her husband made to her cousin ten years ago. She and her husband were preparing to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary, and she was dreading it because of his careless words a decade before. She wrote, “Please pray that God mends this title [sic] piece of my heart that has fallen to the ground.”

The word title was a typo—she meant to type little.  Read more…

Sharon Jaynes Lovestruck, Marriage 22 Comments

When You’ve Hurt Your Man’s Feelings

Today is my and Steve’s 39 wedding anniversary. I know you thought I was 39…right? Oops. This is a day to remember all the good things we’ve shared. Sometimes, we as women tend to focus on the negative. In today’s devotion, I want to share about a day I did just that. I’m not proud of it, but I learned from it.  Read more…

Sharon Jaynes Lovestruck, Marriage 6 Comments

When You Wonder What Went Wrong

I was going through a drawer at my mom’s house looking for a scratchpad when I came across a small vinyl record. It was in a cardboard sleeve addressed to my mom and dated 1950. It was a recording my dad had made for my mom when he was in the Korean War, the first year they were married.

He talked about how much he loved her,  Read more…

Sharon Jaynes Lovestruck, Marriage 6 Comments

Little Foxes (and One Big One) that Can Destroy a Marriage

Hey! I’m writing over at Proverbs 31 Ministries’ Encouragement for Today today and wanted to share this with you too! Little foxes can sneak in and destroy all relationships, with friends, family members, boyfriends, and co-workers. So let’s be on the lookout and see if there are any little foxes that are sneaking around.  Today, we’re looking at one particularly sneaky critter.  Read more…