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PINK! This color represents compassion, nurturing and love. It is the color of universal love, loving, generous, kind, sensitive to the needs of others and a quiet color,  In this season of love (not that we need one day to tell that special person that we love them! Everyday is a day of Love!). But for this particular season of love, this is my prayer for new brides: Putting on God’s Armor After the Wedding Dress is what I would share with you if we could sit together for a few hours and talk about marriage. I’ve packed it with how I’ve learned to let God lead me as Harry's wife. There are scriptural prayer prompts to guide you in surrendering your way for His ways. And I’m giving you tactical missions "A Wife’s Call to Action" to help you fortify and act on your faith in God. You can invest in your “happily ever after” by partnering with God to fight for your marriage. He resurrected Jesus from the dead proving that He has the power to resurrect broken people and marriages. With Jesus, He offers us the Way, the Truth and the Life. Jesus shows us the way to stay married. He is the Truth every couple can trust to lead them. He is the life that brings beauty from the ashes we sometimes bring to marriage. Because He lives, no marriage has to die.

Have a great day my dear friends and enjoy some of NHN Couture past Pink Combo Collection! NHN Couture Asoebi Style in Pink and Silver

Excerpt from "The Power of a Woman" by Barbara Rainey  You have the power to protect your husband from temptation by making sure his sexual needs are met by you and you alone. I have a good friend who said it this way: "If you don't want to do his laundry, your husband can take his clothes to the cleaners. If you decide you don't want to cook anymore for him, he can go out to any number of great restaurants to eat. But if your husband isn't getting his sexual needs met at home with you, and he goes somewhere else, God calls that a sin." Don't misunderstand what I'm saying. If your husband sins in this way, he's responsible before God. But at the same time, understand that you play a powerful role in helping him not yield to temptation. God created us as men and women with profoundly inherent differences. If you love him, you'll want to protect him from the limitless temptations that the enemy of his soul floats by him day after day. You are most powerful as a wife when you become a student of what your husband likes and then use that knowledge and your feminine skill to protect him from temptation and sin. Keep Him for Life When we stated our vows at the wedding altar, most of us repeated the words "to have and to hold" and "till death do us part." We signed up for life. But have you ever thought about what it means to "have" and "hold" your husband? To have implies a possession. It means he belongs to you and no one else. He is your responsibility, and you are his. Are you fulfilling your sexual responsibility? For frequency? Creativity? Have you turned him down more often than you have invited his love? Do you put his needs before or after those of your children or your work? To hold means to keep or bond, much like a magnet. A magnet has the power within to pull another polar opposite to itself. My husband and I are virtual opposites in nearly every way. It's what attracted us to each other in the first place. But I must continue to be a magnet in his life if I am to keep him. Too many women would love to have him if I let him leave home for work or travel constantly in a state of sexual deprivation. First Corinthians 7:5 (NKJV) tells us, "Do not deprive one another except with consent for a time, that you may give yourselves to . . . prayer; and come together again so that Satan does not tempt you because of your lack of self-control." This may come as no surprise to you, but most men want—really want—their wives to passionately desire them. And when you express sexual longing for him—whether verbally or non-verbally—your husband is unlikely to refuse your magnetic power. Excerpt from Barbara Rainey "The Power of a Woman" from the book Rekindling the Romance by Dennis and Barbara Rainey.  #countdowntoFebruary14th PS: NHN Couture is exhibiting Fouad Sarkis Collection at the Lagos Fashion International Fair- February 10-12, 2015. Wholesale and Retail Buyers are welcome. See details HERE NHN-Couture-in-Fouad-Sarkis-Green-Evening-Gown-1