A Proverbs Wife

Are You Still Your Husband’s Best Asset?

I am my husband's best asset

I am my husband's best asset

The words on the I Am My Husband’s Best Asset Tee, are more than just a statement, it’s a lifestyle we live out by the choices we make.

How we conduct ourselves.

God didn’t make a mistake when He said, “it is not good for man to be alone“.

Happy Wife Tip

Man had everything in the world, but he didn’t have a wife. We are supposed to be an asset to our husbands.

A helper.

The one human being on earth that compliments or completes him.

Yes, completes him!!

The woman was taken from the man’s body so as a wife we should be so in tune with our husbands that they feel we are a necessary part of their life.

Tips for Overlooking Your Husband's Faults

Anyone can cook, clean and provide services for your husband, but only YOU can be his wife.

Don’t take your role for granted. Trust and believe, there are women lined up who would love to take your place in your husbands life.

Are you your husbands best asset?

Are you the apple of his eye or a rotten and bitter companion? Being your husbands best asset is a choice. God says, “he who finds a wife, finds a good thing…

Are you still your husbands “good thing?”

Don’t let the mundane in the daily issues of marriage steal your zeal for it. Make a choice to have a Better Marriage and do what it takes to get there.

The only two people who can destroy your marriage is you and your husband.

I don’t care what the state of your marriage was yesterday. That’s gone. Start today with a clean slate and a determination to make your marriage the best it can be by once again becoming your husbands Best Asset.

The Better Marriage Challenge

Get ready for the Better Marriage challenge! It begins in April.

Challenge: Ask your man what 5 things you can do this week to make his life better?


1. Jot them down in a journal.

2. Pray about your decision to be a better asset in your marriage. Pray over your husband’s answers.

3. Begin intentionally carrying out his requests each day.

3. At the end of each day, take inventory of his disposition toward you.

4. Go back and re-read your notes next week and see what you find.

How can I pray for you this week?



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