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    1. Thank you, Don! As cliche as it sounds, we all have a long way to go – you can never be content with your relationship with the Lord. Plus, I think you have made HUGE strides in your faith too, so don’t discredit that.

  1. I thought it was very disrespectful to say she “caved” , indicating she was weak in some way. I don’t know if you ever explained the bad thing you did, because after that comment, I didn’t continue reading. And please don’t use any excuse, such as how you are only human, because showing respect to the woman you say you love, should come so natural, you don’t need the bible to tell you how to be decent to your wife. It’s not like something you blurt out and wish you could take back, you typed the words out, read them and still decided to publish. Booo I say.

    1. Hi Joann,
      One of the most difficult aspects of writing a blog post is that sometimes what I write can be interpreted differently than how I intended it. That appears to be what happened in this case.

      Surely, I was not eluding to the idea that my wife, Anna, is weak, but I can see how someone else may interpret it that way. My use of “caving” was intended to be a light-hearted way of describing one of the most nerve-wracking times of my life.

      But, I agree with you and am glad that you shared your feelings, as you did. I should always treat Anna with the utmost respect, and while I do not need the Bible to do that, it certainly helps. But rest assured, I think she will attest that I do honor her and treat her very well.

      Thanks for reading, Joann.

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