Wash His Feet, Day 31: Become A Student of Your Marriage

Wash His Feet Day 31

Note: Today’s post is part of the Write 31 Days challenge. You can find the introduction and links to the posts in this series right here.

Friends, we’ve come a long way in this “wash his feet” challenge! From praying for our husbands to telling them we love them, we’ve covered numerous ways to bless them. Some assignments were easier than others; many will take a lifetime to perfect. But each one had the sole purpose of blessing our husbands in the Lord.

Let’s look back over this challenge. Note what worked and what didn’t. Which things most blessed your husband, and which ones flopped? Which ones made the greatest impact? Observe your relationship with your husband. Where are you strong? Where are your weak points? What can you do to improve?

Today, become a student of your marriage. Take what you’ve learned from this challenge and apply it. Completing these assignments won’t do you much good if you don’t learn from and grow by them!

Improving your marriage won’t happen overnight. It won’t happen on your own. And it won’t happen by accident. We need to deliberately work on our marriages each and every day, keeping in mind that we must rely on the Holy Spirit’s help.

I’m so thankful for each and every one of you who has followed through this entire journey. It’s not been easy for any of us! But it has been good, because God is good. My prayer is that you will be able to move forward in confidence, knowing that the Lord longs to see your marriage grow and blossom into all that He has planned for it.

May He be glorified in each of our marriages!

(Note: I plan on turning this 31-day challenge into a resource for the shop. If you feel like you need a little more help in your marriage, I’d encourage you to consider investing in it when it’s ready. Want a heads up when it becomes available? Simply sign up here, and I’ll be sure to let you know as soon as it’s complete!)

Wash His Feet Day 31