Nagging! Oh nagging. Is it not true that when we choose to "nag," we are believing that we will accomplish more? That we will have the result we want? Let me remind myself that it does the opposite: nagging does not accomplish anything good.
Nagging can be as simple as a rude facial expression, in my opinion. It can be rolling your eyes, it can be
asking telling your husband to do something for the 81st 2nd time, it can be a verbal lack of belief in him and his abilities. Nagging can be manipulation covered up with "that voice." It can be the constant reminder of how he has failed you, again. Nagging says, "I don't trust you, nor do I believe in your word." Nagging is so scary and detrimental and I pray to not be a nag.
Jennifer said, "Your husband is a grown man, so don't treat him like a two year old. Leave room for God to work. You are not the Holy Spirit, so do not try to do His job."
Don't forget to choose joy.
Today's verse to internalize: "Love is not rude. It does not demand its own way. It is not irritable, and it keeps no record of being wronged." 1 Corinthians 13:5