There’s a battle over marriages today, and the enemy would love nothing more than to destroy yours before it’s hardly even begun, or to entice you into a harmful one. Today's role for a Christian woman takes many forms working together - mom, sister, wife, home maker, career women, and more.All of these relationships demand your time and attention.At i we want to help you grow in healthy relationships whether you’re single and dating, newlyweds, married or widowed.Find encouragement and feel uplifted with the sharing of personal experiences from women in every walk of the Christian women’s life.Any lie is meant to hide, deceive, or manipulate truth.There is no room for dishonesty in a healthy, loving relationship.More interested in your bank account or what you can buy her, than in you?
But our marriages are healthier when we recognize red flags in our dating relationships, instead of choosing not to see problems at all. Marriage can be tough enough at times, add to that the pressure of opposing spiritual views, and you may be in big trouble when the normal stressors of life occur. The Abuser – Many times “abusers” are assumed to be men, but women struggle with this same trap too, and the man in her life may feel like it’s difficult to talk about the problem or find help. Marriage must be built on deep love and respect, and abuse of any type has no place there. The Controller, Manipulator – This person’s subtle, dangerous behavior can indicate big trouble ahead.
She might check up on you frequently, keep close tabs, or falsely accuse you of cheating on her.
The one driven by control needs will have continual issues with whether she can “trust you.” Often, under her grasp, you may start to feel like you can hardly breathe. It’s supposed to be, that’s how you’re held tightly. The Angry, Contentious Woman – If your partner can’t control her temper before you’re married, she most certainly won’t after you’re married. No matter what our personality type, it still doesn’t give us room to plow over anyone in our pathway with cruel words and rants.
It’s a dangerous trap and you will always be left wondering what she’s hiding.
In , we read the story of Delilah, who plotted and tricked the strong man Samson, ultimately deceiving him.