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1). Never raise your voice for any reason to your husband. It’s a sign of disrespect. (Prov 15v1)
2). Don't expose your husband's weaknesses to your family and friends. It will bounce back at you. You are each other's keeper.(Eph 5v12)
3). Never use attitudes and moods to communicate to your husband, you never know how your husband will interpret them. Defensive women don't have a happy home.(Prov 15v13)
4). Never compare your husband to other men, you've no idea what their life is all about. If you attack his Ego, his Love for you will diminish.
5). Never ill treat your husband's friends because you don't like them, the person who's supposed to get rid of them is your husband.(Prov 11v22)
6). Never forget that your husband married you, not your maid or anyone else. Do your duties.(Gen 2v24)
7). Never assign anyone to give attention to your husband, people may do everything else but your husband is your own responsibility.(Eph 5v33)
8). Never blame your husband if he comes back home empty handed. Rather encourage him.(Deut 3v28)
9). Never be a wasteful wife, your husband's sweat is too precious to be wasted.
10). Never pretend to be sick for the purpose of denying your husband sex. You must give it to him how he wants it. Sex is very important to Men, if you keep denying him, it is a matter if time before another woman takes over that duty. No man can withstand sex starvation for too long(even the anointed ones) (SS 7v12)
11). Never compare your husband to your one time sex mate in bedroom, or an Ex-lover. Your home may Never recover from it if you do.(SS 5v9)
12). Never answer for your husband in public opinion polls, let him handle what is directed to him although he may answer for you in public opinion polls.(Prov 31v23)
13). Never shout or challenge your husband in front of children. Wise Women don't do that.(Eph 4v31)
14). Don't forget to check the smartness of your husband before he checks out.(Prov 12v4)
15). Never allow your friends to be too close to your husband.
16). Never be in a hurry in the bathroom and on the dressing table. Out there your husband is always surrounded by women who took their time on their looks.( 1 Sam25v3)
17). Your parents or family or friends do not have the final say in your marriage. Don't waste your time looking up to them for a final word. You must Leave if you want to Cleave.(Luke 21v16)
18). Never base your love on monetary things. Will you still submit to him even if you earn more money than him?
19). Don't forget that husbands want attention and good listeners, never be too busy for him. Good communication is the bed rock of every happy home. (Gal 6v9)
20). If your idea worked better than his, never compare yourself to him. Its always teamwork.(Gal 6v10)
21). Don't be too judgmental to your husband. No man wants a Nagging wife.(Eph 4v29)
22). A lazy wife is a careless wife. She doesn't even know that her body needs a bath.(Prov 24v27)(Prov 20v13)
23). Does your husband like a kind of cooked food?, try to changeyour cooking. No man jokes with food. (Prov 31v14)
24). Never be too demanding to your husband,enjoy every moment, resource as it comes.(Luke 11v3)
25). Make a glass of water the very first welcome to your husband and everyone entering your home. Sweetness of attitude is true beauty. (Prov 31v11)
26). Don't associate with women who have a wrong mental attitude about marriage.(Prov 22v14)
27). Your marriage is as valuable to you as the value that you give it. Recklessness is unacceptable.(Heb 13v4)
28). Fruit of the womb is a blessing from the Lord, love your children and teach them well.(Prov 22v6)
29). You are never too old to influence your home. Never reduce your care for your familyfor any reason. (Prov 31v28)
30). A prayerful wife is a better equipped wife,pray always for your husband and family(1 Thess 5v17)
Have a lovely day..... God bless u all

A Road Trip From Nairobi To Mombasa - 520Km - What You Will See

The Mombasa road starts as a continuation of the Uhuru Highway (A109) in Nairobi, passing one of the city's drive-in cinemas and a number of housing estates around Athi River. The route passes through the Kapitiei Plains. Most of this area contains large-scale cattle ranches with herds of gazelle and antelope. Towards Kajiado, the route is through semi-arid country broken by the Ukambani Hills. The road up this long steep slope is poor, as years of heavy trucks making the laborious climb have dug deep ruts into the road. Just south of the road, by the railway line, is Kima, meaning 'mincemeat' in Kiswahili. Kima was so named after a British Railway Police Assistant Superintendent who was eaten by a lion in 1900. Charles Ryall, using himself as bait, was trying to ambush a lion which had been attacking railway staff and passengers. Unfortunately the ambush went horribly wrong when he fell asleep on the job.

Further on is the town of Sultan Hamud. It sprung up during the making of the railway at Mile 250 where it was visited by the then ruler of Zanzibar and named after him. It has hardly changed since that time and is a pleasant enough place to stop off for a drink and a snack. Just south of Emaliyou can head down to Amboseli National Park.If you continue on the Mombasa road you will pass through Masai country, which is primarily featureless scrubland. There is a lodge at Kiboko that is about a third of the way through the journey (160 km from Nairobi) and a good place to stop off for some refreshment. Another good place to break your journey is at Makindu, about 40 km from Kiboko where a Sikh temple of the Guru Nanak faith, built in 1926, offers free accommodation and food for travelers (donations gratefully received).

Slightly further along the road (about 12 km in the direction of Mombasa) is the Makindu Handicrafts Co-operative where people hand-carve figures, for the tourist market. The cooperative society was established in 1981 by a few individuals, whose number steadily grew to now include over 120 members, few of whom are women. The variety in designs is impressive, including very unique pieces like crocodiles carved out of tree roots. The Akamba community is renowned for their skills in woodcarving. Locally available woods like itula, mango and olive are used, and within the grounds is a tree nursery that provides these woods.

The road continues its route passing into more lush pastures with a proliferation of the wonderful and rather grotesque baobabs. At this stage the Chyulu Hills are visible to the south. The main trading centre at Kibwezi is the most important region in the country for sisal growing. Honey production is also much in evidence and you are likely to be offered some from sellers at the side of the road. Try before you buy to check its quality as sometimes it is adulterated with sugar. From Kibwezi, the road passes through heavily cultivated land to the boundary of Akamba country at Mtito Andei - meaning 'vulture forest' - about halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa. There are petrol stations, a few places to eat and a curio shop. From here the road runs through the centre of the parks Tsavo West and Tsavo East for around 80 km. Many years ago, herds of elephants could be seen crossing the road in the grasslands making progress along this route slow, but this occurs less frequently these days as there are fewer elephants. You may spot zebra though from the road.


The capital of this region, Voi is a rapidly developing industrial and commercial centre. According to local history the name of town comes from a slave trader called Chief Kivoi who settled near the Voi River about 400 years ago. The town started to grow at the end of the 19th century when the Kenya-Uganda railway was constructed. This was the first upcountry railhead where passengers would make an overnight stop, but this is no longer offered as you can dine, sleep and breakfast on the train. It has a couple of petrol stations, a bank with an ATM, a post office, a market and supermarkets, and busy bus and matatu stages. Voi Gate into Tsavo East National Park is around 8 km to the north of town. You can buy and top up your Smartcard at this gate.

Voi to Mombasa

From Voi the road runs through the Taru Desert for another 150 km down to Mombasa. This area is an arid, scorched wilderness and there is little sign of life. You will see several small quarries. These supply many of the hotels on the coast with natural stone tiles used in bathrooms and patios. The next small settlement is Mackinnon Road with the Sayyid Baghali Shah Mosque as its only landmark. Some 30 km along the route you come to Samburu, a small town with no tourist facilities. Another 30 km brings down the road is the busy market centre of Mariakani, a place of palm groves and an atmosphere quite different from upcountry Kenya. From here you can go to the Shimba Hills, which can also be reached from the coastal road south of Mombasa. For the next 90 km the scenery becomes progressively more tropical, the heat increases, as does the humidity and the landscape changes to coconut palms, papaya and other coastal vegetation.

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