Monday, February 24, 2014

Day 29: The Unveiled Wife

I cannot believe tomorrow is our last day of this study! This has been such an amazing journey, ladies! I hope you have gained so much from this devotional and this blog. I know I definitely have!

Unveiled Wife: 
But whenever someone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away.  For the Lord is the Spirit, and wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.  So all of us who have had that veil removed can see and reflect the glory of the Lord. And the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us more and more like him as we are changed into his glorious image. 2 Corinthians 3:16-18

Today's challenge is to commit to memory the verse above. I thought the video today was really good as well as the reading. I love the imagery Jennifer paints while the wedding ceremony and the bride being unveiled. I think this topic goes right along with the last two days of our devotional about intimacy. Through intimacy with God and our husbands we can be come the unveiled wife.

Today I pray for each of us that we will turn to God as scripture says and we will experience true freedom and peace. I pray that this journey and devotional will bring us closer to God and our husbands and that we will continue to grow as wives and followers of Christ. I pray for each of us, that whatever our struggles are today (mine seem endless today) that we would turn to God and give everything to Him! I pray that we will not lean on our own understanding but trust in the Lord and allow Him to make our paths straight. AMEN!

What is one step you can take to be unveiled before God, as well as with your husband?

I can start by memorizing today's verse. Then I can pray more and reveal my heart to God and to my husband through acts of intimacy.


  1. This devotional has been very eye-opening, and today's topic brought it all into focus. These two statements seemed to stand out the most. "God is your source of power and strength. He is the only one capable of fulfilling you completely."

    To me, this is what the devotional has been all about. Building my relationship with God, which in turn, would build my relationship with my husband. This is definitely easier said than done; however, I am committed to doing just that! When it all seems too much, I have to remember that my power and strength comes from God. I can always lean on him when I am struggling and regardless of my faults, he will never let me fall.

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  3. I loved the topic on being an unveiled wife. The title alone had me intrigued because I knew Jennifer chose it as her name for a reason. I loved the symbolism that she mentions about the wedding ceremony and relating it to when Jesus made His ultimate sacrifice to free us from our sin. For me, this brought the topic earlier about reflecting Jesus and His love story for the Church into full circle.

    For me, I think my perfect next step to become truly unveiled to Torey is to pray with him about being unveiled and talk with him about what it means in scripture and in our lives. That would, in turn, help me to become unveiled fully to God as well and put my fears of disappointment and judgement aside.

    I just have to say thank you to you ladies and especially to you, Trina for inviting me to do this devotional with you and take on this journey with you. I feel we have all opened up so much to each other and have all grown so much in our faith. So, thank you for the opportunity. I feel like each day that I turn to the devotional I feel my daily load is lighter. I feel like life is easily put into perspective. So, after our last day is our real challenge to continue living it and learning more. We can do it!


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