Thursday, 31 December 2015


Happy new year to our fans and lovely readers. Welcome to year 2016 we thank God for keeping you through 2015. Thanks for being part of our joy as a blogger we do appreciate and celebrate you and you and you.

Have big fun in the new year, From us ASB'sWorld.

Friday, 25 December 2015

Merry Christmas, Video of the day

Jesus is the reason for this Christmas seasons, show love to someone today.

Merry Christmas To You and You

Unto a child is born and given and government will be upon His Shoulders. We prayed that he be in charge of you now and always. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS FOLKS from ASB's World !

Thursday, 24 December 2015

Video of the day

Silent Night

Silent night, holy night!
All is calm, all is bright.
Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child.
Holy infant so tender and mild,
Sleep in heavenly peace,
Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night!
Shepherds quake at the sight.
Glories stream from heaven afar
Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia,
Christ the Savior is born!
Christ the Savior is born

Silent night, holy night!
Son of God love's pure light.
Radiant beams from Thy holy face
With dawn of redeeming grace,
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth


Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:19
It's easy to get stranded in life. That happens when for some reason, you come to a standstill in your life and find it difficult to move ahead. It happens to all of us. In fact, maybe today, you find yourself stranded in your own life.
Perhaps life has lost its energy for you. Perhaps you've settled for mediocrity. Mediocrity in your marriage; mediocrity with your Christian life, mediocrity in your career.
But God has so much more for you! He wants to do supernatural things in you, things you could never imagine. His promise to you today is firm and clear: "Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
In other words, God is saying, "Look! Can't you see it? Can't you taste it? Can't you feel this new thing that I'm doing?"
He takes barren places and barren people and uses them for His glory when He does the brand new thing in their lives. And God wants to do something new in you. Give Him space in your life.
Open up to the Holy Spirit. When you do, He will take you out of the place where you have got stranded. He will move you out of mediocrity and make your life exciting.
Can you see the great things He has in store for you? Look, He is about to do something new in your life today. Reach out. Touch Him. Take His hand and let Him walk you into new places. This is a new day for you.
Prayer: Father, thank You for the great things You want to do with my life.
Scriptural Reading: Isaiah 43:16-21

Sunday, 20 December 2015

Health: Get Rid of Crow’s Feet and Fine Lines around Your Eyes by applying This One Ingredient

Age brings on many changes on the body, but somehow these are most visible on the face. Crow’s feet are no exception. These clusters of tiny wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes normally appear after 30. The main reason for this is reduced production of collagen and elastin, two proteins responsible for your skin’s elasticity. Crow’s feet can also appear as a result of other contributing factors including excessive sun exposure, smoking, and pollution. These wrinkles around the outer corners of your eyes should not cause you worry, especially as there are a few efficient natural methods to get rid of them. These homemade remedies use natural ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen. This ingredients are extremely beneficial for restoring moisture and elasticity to your skin.

Apply This One Ingredient and Get Rid of Crow's Feet and Fine Lines around Your Eyes

1# Egg Whites Egg whites are full of protein, which stimulates collagen production, which in turn improves skin’s elasticity and reduces crow’s feet. Simply beat one egg white well. You should get a foamy consistency. Apply this around your eyes and along your cheekbones. You should leave the egg white to act for 10 minutes. Afterwards, clean it with a cotton ball dipped in cold water. Repeat the treatment twice a week.

2# Coconut Oil
This oil is abundant in medicinal properties. It is a natural moisturizer, rich in vitamin E, which not only moisturizes your skin, but also nourishes skin cells and tissues. Moreover, coconut oil packs high amounts of linoleic acid, which has the ability to reconnect broken skin tissues, thus preventing the appearnce of crow’s-feet, fine lines and sagging skin that normally occurs with age.
This coconut oil treatment is very simple. Each night before going to bed, rub a few drops of pure extra virgin coconut oil on the skin around your eyes. The longer it’s left on the skin, the better results it gives, which makes night time perfect for this.

3# Castor Oil
This natural emollient is extremely efficient in softening your skin and reducing the appearance of crow’s-feet, wrinkles and fine lines. Similarly to coconut oil, it’s best left to act overnight. Simply massage a few drops of castor oil gently into the skin around your eyes before going to bed. Wash it off in the morning. Repeat the treatment regularly.

Alternatively, you can mix one teaspoon of castor oil with the same amount of sesame oil and apply on your crow’s feet every night before going to bed.

Prayer For The New Week

The Lord of Hosts will shine His face on you and make you laugh for joy. Don't be depressed any longer, You will become the leader of all those who have led u before. God will give u special testimonies that can't be stopped in Jesus name. 

He shall preserve you from lying tongues and downcast spirits. Your soul is lifted above the happenings around you. You will witness great encounter with The Almighty God before the end of this month in the mighty name of Jesus!

Happy new week folk..... from us ASB'S World.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Needle can save a patient’s life in case of strok

Needle can save a patient’s life in case of stroke. This advice was given by Chinese professor who says that you always should have a needle in your house.
This is amazing and unconventional way to rescue a man from a stroke. Take a time to read this article, because you never know if someone’s life may depend on you.
When someone get a stroke, the capillaries of the brain gradually tears. It requires rest and emergency first aid. These tips will help to save live to someone!
Be calm. Regardless of where the victim is do not move, because if you move the patient, the capillaries will burst and it will cause bleeding in the brain! If you have a syringe, it would be best; otherwise the regular needle for sewing will be ok.
1. Hold the needle – over the fire, a lighter or candle to sterilize and then use it for pricking the tops of all 10 fingers.
2. No specific acupuncture is need; it should only be a few millimeters from the nail.
3. Perform so that the blood can flow.
4. If blood does not start to drip, tighten and start squeezing the blood to flow.
5. When all 10 fingers begin to bleed wait a few minutes – you will see that the victim will be back to life!
6. If the victim’s mouth is distorted, massage their ears until they become red – so blood can come to them.
7. Then prick with the needle in each ear in the soft part, to fall two drops of blood of each ear. A few minutes later, his mouth would no longer be distorted

Wait until the victim come to normal state without any unusual symptoms, then send to the hospital.
This method of bloodshed to save the life is a method of a traditional Chinese medicine, and its practical application is 100% effective and using it people can survive a stroke.

Family: Are You Speaking Generational Curses or Blessings?

We've all been raised with the comments by our parents, "Be careful when driving so you don't get in an accident," or "Watch out the roads are going to be icy or slippery today," or "You better not go near that person; they are sick and you might catch it too."
We have been filled with concern that creates negativity in our minds. Worrisome parents who think they are doing good and warning us what to do and not to do. The problem is it causes us to have negative thoughts, worry and put those some kind of remarks on our children.
When we have those negative words instilled in us all our lives how can we not out of habit speak the same thing into our children? When those thoughts are spoken into our lives we can take them and have them become who we are over a period of time. We can become negative things like worry warts, paranoid we will get in an accident or afraid to go to a hospital or sick person's house because they may be contagious. 
These negative facts over years build strongholds in our minds so that when it is cold, snowy and rainy we will be scared instead of cautious to drive on the road.
I am 47 and I recently received another one of those texts from my mom about the weather condition. She means well. She loves me and desires me to be safe, but I have chosen to not live in fear of the storms, but have faith that God will guard and protect me and that the blood of Jesus covers me.
I remember several years ago as my children were starting to drive I had to hold my tongue back so many times. I knew I did not want the same fear instilled on my children that I was raised in about driving. I made a choice then to turn those generational curses of words and emotional turmoil into blessings and you can too. 
When your children are going out the door, instead of the drive careful and "Watch out for deer or animals running out in front of you," "Be careful it will be getting dark and rainy," or "Make sure the kids in the car aren't goofing off and distracting you," why not say a blessing over them.
I have turned the generational curses into blessings by speaking out loud over their lives and into the spiritual atmosphere prayers such as, "Goodbye, have a good time, I love you, may the blood of Jesus cover you," "Love you honey, I dispatch angels to guard and protect you tonight," Or "Have a great time, the Lord our God goes with you and before you and no weapon formed against you shall prosper."
By taking a few Scriptures and incorporating them into the natural things you say when your child leaves your home you can build their faith instead of imparting fear or concern. When you are speaking life and love into your children that raises their faith, makes them feel protected and assures them they can trust God to have their backside.
We can speak life and protection instead of worry.
When we speak these things we have just brought forth generational blessings and proper word choices that they can in return speak to their children. As you go forth in parenting what are you going to speak, generational curses of negativity or generational prayers of blessing?


And when he had consulted with the people, he appointed those who should sing to the LORD, and who should praise the beauty of holiness, as they went out before the army and were saying: "Praise the LORD, for His mercy endures forever." - 2 Chronicles 20:21
Christians almost universally agree, "God answers prayer." But many people, if they were honest, would amend the phrase to say, "The Lord answers most prayers, but not mine."
A believer can fervently call upon God without receiving what he considers a -satisfactory answer. The stumbling block isn't God's unwillingness or inability to respond, but rather our unwilling to accept His solution.
If we come to God with a pre -conceived idea of how to solve our problem, we will likely overlook His true solution.
Suppose King Jehoshaphat had decided that God could answer his prayer only by giving the army extra strength for the forthcoming skirmish. He would have called a war council, arrayed his soldiers in armour, and set up battle lines.
God's solution was entirely unexpected: First, send the choir out singing praises, then watch the Lord save Israel. If Jehoshaphat's soldiers had attempted combat, they would have lost Jerusalem.
Sometimes, we don't like God's solution. We desire freedom from physical pain rather than an extra measure of grace to endure the hurt.
Or we want a new job, not a command to seek the boss' forgiveness for our poor attitude. In essence, we want the Lord to fix everything without requiring any effort from us.
But our willingness to obey is key to answered prayer. When He tells us how to resolve our problems, we must act just as He specifies, or we will never experience victory.
Prayer: Father, all Your ways are perfect. Show me Your ways.
Scriptural Reading: 2 Chronicles 20:14-25

Monday, 14 December 2015

Health: 10 cancer symptoms that most people ignore

Medicine has developed fantastically in recent years, finding new drugs that help with the control of various diseases that once haunted, and even killed.

But despite medical advancement, prevention is key to maintaining our health and fighting diseases early.

Good use of medicine is another important factor. Misuse of it can also cause harmful symptoms.

Cancer, a disease that scares many people, has a greater chance of cure when treated early. It stops being so scary when we periodically take preventive tests.

We must carefully watch every day, as different symptoms may indicate that something is not quite right, and there is need for medical help.

Because cancer can attack various parts of the body, it is crucial to pay attention to our bodies. Below are 10 cancer warning signs.

1. Frequent cough

Frequent coughing can simply be a sign of allergies -- but when the cough is very persistent you may want to consider seeking the opinion of a specialist. Even non- smokers can develop throat, larynx and lung cancer. Therese Bartholomew Bevers, MD of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, said that "Most coughs are not cancer, but a persistent cough needs to be evaluated because it can be a symptom of lung cancer."

2. Weight loss without dieting

Though losing weight is the dream of many women, without dieting it can be the indicator of a disease. Look out for sudden weight gain as well.

3. Frequent pain in the joints

Joint pain is one of the symptoms of bone cancer, whether it is frequent or not. Getting headaches does not mean you have a brain tumor, but it's always nice to closely evaluate them. Many ovarian cancers are diagnosed after persistent abdominal pain. And lung cancer can be spotted from chest pains.

4. Fatigue without apparent cause

Being overly tired for no apparent reason can be a sign of the blood cancer Leukemia. Being aware of changes like this in your body can save your life.

5. Jaundice

When jaundice, the yellowing of skin most commonly seen in babies, appears in adults, it may be a sign of liver problems, including cancer.

6. Dark spots and freckles that change color and size

It is never a bad idea to have freckles and moles checked periodically. Also, all new dark spots on the skin should be examined. Skin cancer can be detected precisely from these spots.

7. Eye pain that persists

Pain in the eye, a symptom of eye cancer, can easily be mistaken as a result of being tired. If pain persists, consult a doctor immediately.

8. Discharges with or without blood

Discharges of different color and odor should also be investigated. Vaginal bleeding outside the menstrual period may indicate cervical cancer. Check in with your gynecologist at least once a year.

9. Hoarseness

Hoarseness can be started by the swelling of the vocal cords caused by a more serious problem, and could be a cancer indicator.

10. Diarrhea and bleeding

A diseased intestine can cause bowel changes.

Do not be terrified every time you notice any symptoms, such as those mentioned above. Remember that many of these things are also common symptoms of other illnesses and things we encounter on a daily basis. However, if any of these symptoms persists longer than normal, it is always smart to check it out. It could save your life.


There’s a big difference between desired and ideal weight. Whereas desired weight can often be unhealthy, ideal weight is how much your body needs to weigh for optimal function. This only sheds new light on the latest trends which promote excessive weight loss, which is not necessarily the best option for a healthy body. While on one side excessive weight incurs the risk of obesity and all the accompanying conditions, including hypertension, diabetes, heart problems etc., on the other hand excessive weight loss is no less dangerous. After all, it seems that the rule of the “golden middle” is the best option you can get.

Although there are numerous charts and calculators to give you your ideal weight, this one has been specially designed by doctors and specialists. Plus, it’s really comprehensive as it includes several parameters, such as your body shape, age and height, to give you the ideal body weight. Best of all, this chart does not support or even promote unhealthy body proportions, but tells you how much you should weigh according to your specific proportions and age. See the chart below and find your own characteristics to see how close you are to your ideal weight:



But at midnight, Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them. - Acts 16:25
Paul wrote extensively about spiritual joy, which had been tested and proven in his life through the "fires" of beatings, rejections, and arrests.
As he sat in the Philippian jail, the apostle demonstrated what is possible for any surrendered believer: biblical joy through the indwelling Holy Spirit.
We can lose our gladness for several reasons:
• Wrong focus. Paul and Silas were able to praise God despite severe trials because they centered on Jesus. Concentrating on our difficulties will cause delight to disappear. Refocusing through praise will bring it back.
• Disobedience. Sin steals our joy because it separates us from the Lord. As we receive His forgiveness and obey Him, joy returns.
• Regret. We crowd out gladness when we continue to feel bad about past mistakes and failures.
Our Father wants us to believe that He forgives us (1 John 1:9). He also desires that we choose to live in His grace and move ahead.
• Fear. Too often, we attempt to live out the future before it happens. With so much outside our control, we become afraid.
Joy and fear cannot coexist. The Lord calls us to live by faith, asking Him to meet today's needs and trusting Him with the future.
• Someone else's suffering. How can we rejoice when others are hurting?
Romans 12:15 says we are to weep with them, but we are also to offer the hope of God's presence, power and provision. A downcast spirit is a poor witness for hope.
What excuse have you been using for your lack of joy?
Prayer: I bind and cast out anything that takes away my joy, in Jesus' name.
Scriptural Reading: Acts 16:16-34

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Prayer For The New Week

As much as God will make you blessings to others, I pray that you will never lack the resources to always go higher everyday in Jesus name! God will stand in for you where every hope has failed. You will never be disgraced in Jesus Name.
Your expectations for greatness shall come in double portion,I deeply pray that the sins blocking your miracles from you shall be forgiven you. Your prayers will not become an empty words in the ears of The Lord in Jesus name! God will give you the grace to fast and pray more than ever before. 

Happy new week folks!!!

Monday, 7 December 2015


But we have this treasure in earthen vessels that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us. - 2 Corinthians 4:7
A little girl was asked in her Sunday school class who a saint was. Thinking of the saints in stained glass windows, she replied, "Oh, those are the people the light shines through."
She was right. That is exactly what a saint is: someone whom the light shines through.
Jesus said, "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven" (Matthew 5:16).
According to Scripture, a saint is one who shines forth the glory of God. When the Lord Jesus rose from the dead and wanted to send forth the Good news to the world, He commissioned 12 disciples.
They didn't have modern technology to help them reach their culture, yet in a relatively short period of time, they reached their ancient world. And they did so primarily through word of mouth, person-to-person, telling others about Christ.
When we think of these great men of God, it is hard for us to think of them as human beings. But when we read their stories in Scripture, they are very candid and honest.
We see their shortcomings and missteps and even their sins. I think the reason for this is so we can see that God can do extraordinary things through ordinary people.
These men that God used were quite ordinary. They weren't superheroes. They were very human. God did not call them because they were great.
Rather, their greatness came as a result of the call of God. God does not call the qualified; He qualifies the called. God has already qualified you.
Are you willing to be used by God?
Prayer: Thank You Lord, for putting such treasure in this earthen vessel.
Scriptural Reading: 2 Corinthians 4:7-15

Relationship: 7 Sins That Can Cripple Marriages

Did you know there are sins that can cripple every marriage? Yes, there are.
You realize there are no perfect marriages because there are no perfect people. Right?
Let me repeat that. There are no perfect marriages because there are no perfect people. 
Every marriage will have seasons that are more difficult than others. I often encounter couples in our church that think they are unique. Because we tend to put on our happy faces at church, they believe theirs is the only marriage in a bad season.
In fact, I'm convinced not understanding how many couples have weathered through these rocky places in marriage may be a reason many couples give up on their marriage. If they understood how normal they are, they might be more willing to raise the white flag—ask for help—and work to restore the marriage. 
I have observed over the years there are some issues in marriages that, if not addressed, can be crippling to the marriage. These are the "biggies." They may manifest themselves in other ways, but if you could trace back to the origin, you would find these to be at fault.
And let's not sugarcoat. They are sins. We have all sinned. We all sin. Every marriage is comprised of two sinners. 
This is the real reason there are no perfect marriages. 
Left to fester on their own, these sins will eventually be the destroyer of the marriage or certainly keep it from achieving the oneness God commanded. 
So, what are these damaging sins? I'm glad you asked.
Here are seven damaging sins that can cripple every marriage:
1. Selfishness – Marriage won't work without mutual submission. Read Ephesians 5:21. Marriage is not a 50/50 arrangement. Ideally it's to be a 100/100 bond—where both spouses willingly yield their all. (I used the word ideal, because your marriage is not there and neither is mine.) When one spouse demands their way or will never work toward a compromise the relationship can never be all it should be. One person is happy—the one who got their way—the other is miserable.  
2. Discontent – I've said before—boredom is perhaps the No. 1 destroyer of marriage. There will be seasons in every relationship that aren't as "exciting" as others. Some days you will "feel" more in love than other days. But the key to a long-term relationship is a commitment beyond emotion. 
3. Pride – When one spouse can never admit they are wrong or see their own flaws, it opens the door for a wedge of bitterness in the other spouse. Pride is also destructive when the couple is too proud to admit their struggles or get the help they need. 
4. Unforgiveness – Holding on to past hurts not only damages the marriage bond, it destroys the person who refuses to forgive. Trust can't be developed until forgiveness is granted. Isn't grace received expected to be extended? 
5. Anger – The Scripture is clear: We should not go to bed in anger. There is a reason for that command. Anger is a wedge, one that only grows wider over time when not dealt with. 
6. Complacency – As soon as you think you're marriage is above the problems of other relationships, you're in trouble. The enemy loves to attack the unaware. 
7. Coveting – Couples who compare themselves to other couples will almost always be disappointed. There will always be people with more—and it likely isn't making them as happy as you think it does. Keep in mind, many times people disguise their struggles well. The couple you think has it all may wish they had what you have. Every couple is unique. Comparison only leads to frustration. 
Ask yourself this question: Which of these sins is most prevalent in my marriage today? Which is causing the greatest harm? Which of these, while it may not be an issue today, could become an issue if we don't get serious about it soon?
Be honest with yourself—and ultimately—with your spouse.

Prayer For The New Week

The Almighty God will never leave nor forsake you at anytime of your life. God will rewrite your story this month in Jesus name. The ground you walk shall produce Abundance, the sky above you shall rain down Blessings, the Breeze around you shall blow Peace and everything shall work well for you in Jesus name.
"And Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which he will shew to you to day: for the Egyptians whom ye have seen to day, ye shall see them again no more for ever. The LORD shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace."

Happy new week folks, from us ASB'sWorld.

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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Relationship: 8 Things You're Doing for Women Other Than Your Wife

"Is it possible that I could be doing certain things for the women I encounter each day, but I'm not
doing them for my wife?" 
The short answer is yes, but let's talk more about the reasons why this might be happening.
You don't need to read this article to know that marriage relationships are typically very strong at the beginning. The feeling of fresh love is in the air, the desire for intimacy is strong and the overall feelings from each spouse are mutual.
That's old news for most of us.
But here's where it gets interesting. Here's where the true challenge comes up in marriage. Ready?
Time. As time passes, things happen, stories unfold and the relationship takes its hits. Most couples can expect this, but few know what's actually happening or, worse, how to resolve it.
Here are 3 reasons why men start to take a back seat in their marriage and forget what is most important:
1. Routine. Routines in marriage are going to happen. It's inevitable. But the couples that are aware of it are the ones who have the best chance of survival. As time goes on and routines take more and more shape, it's important to not forget what is important to each spouse and take action in those areas often.
2. Assumptions. We all know the saying about assumptions, so I won't go there, but it does hold true. Newly married couples love to do wonderful things for their spouse, but after a few years, those things tend to fade.
Assumptions are different than routines. An assumption means you know what would be nice to do for your spouse and then assume they don't need it. Or assume that doing it last week was enough. What we need to do is assume that the love tank is always going dry and therefore always needs to be filled up!
3. A rough past. Rough circumstances in a marriage can be the worst effect of all. Routines can be adjusted, assumptions can take place because of a lack of understanding or communication, but a rough past can put a large "STOP" sign in front of any nice gestures to your spouse.
In other words, you know what your spouse needs, but you refuse to give it to them. Too many past issues have come up and too many are unresolved.
All of these scenarios can be resolved, but they can have some major negative effects in the meantime. One of the worst effects is doing things for other women that you won't do for your wife anymore, either by choice or simple neglect.
Because of the issues mentioned above, here are 8 things you might be doing for women other than your wife:
Let me also insert here that doing these things for other women is not wrong, because we should always strive to be respectful to all women. The issue is when you are treating other women better than you are treating your wife. Your wife should be getting this kind of treatment first and foremost.
1. Holding the door open. You may call it old-school or cliche, but holding the door open for your wife will mean a lot to her. Don't just step up when you see a stranger coming or a co-worker in need; make sure your wife gets even better treatment.
2. Thanking them for their help or services. It might be easy to thank the nice woman at the checkout line or even affirm a co-worker for their help, but your wife also needs to know her help is noticed and appreciated! Pay attention to what your wife does for you and speak up in thankfulness more often.
3. Valuing their choices and opinions. You may not always agree with your wife's choices or opinions, but as her husband, you need to take more effort in understanding why she might be making those decisions. Think about some recent conversations with other women. We're you more likely to agree or disagree with them? Be honest.
4. Admiring their beauty. When you are away from your wife, are you able to keep your eyes and heart in check? When you see an attractive woman, are you more likely to look away or look in places that you shouldn't? Those answers are for you, but I want you to consider why you don't look at your wife that way. Why isn't she your standard? Make her your standard of physical and emotional beauty, and you might have an easier time when you're not around her.
5. Thinking before you speak. When I'm at work and I need to approach a woman, I tend to think about my choice of words before I speak. And not only that, but I tend to choose my words more carefully during conversation. Is this the case with your wife? Strive to be a mature husband who thinks before he speaks.
6. Honestly listening. Staying in line with No. 5, listening skills are a must for a great marriage. Think about the last time you were with friends. Were you more likely to be rude and not engage in listening to the conversations? Or were you listening intently so that you would be part of the group. Well, make sure your wife is part of the group. Make sure you are paying attention to her words and responding to them, and not just waiting for your turn to talk.
7. Smiling. Yes, smiling. Around friends or even co-workers, I can find myself keeping a consistent smile on my face. Not to look weird, but to make the other person feel welcomed and comfortable. Do you do this around your wife? Think about keeping a smile on your face the next time you have a regular conversation with her. When she asks why you're smiling, tell her how much you love her!
8. Having fun. If I happen to be in a situation where I start running into the same woman day after day or week after week, I can start to get comfortable with her. Even if I don't know her, it becomes easy to say hi and then add some little jokes here or there. It seems harmless, but it starts to matter if you're doing it for them and not your wife. A good marriage can handle a little bit of joking and teasing (within reason). Have fun with your wife again this week.
Dig deep and make sure you are not treating other women better than your wife. Make sure your wife is getting the attention she needs from you. Take action this week.
Question: Which one of these steps do you need to take action on in your own marriage today?
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