16 May


Many things happen in our lives and in our marriages that bring us fear.

God did not give us a SPIRIT OF FEAR but of power and love and a sound mind.

As we once again, take a look into the Proverbs 31 woman and continue in our “profile peeking”, let’s see how she handled her fears in the time of crisis.

Prov.31:21 “She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet.”

This woman takes things seriously when it comes to her family.

She plans ahead and practices crisis management so she does not have to be afraid of any DISASTER that may come her way.

Do you plan ahead?  Wives should always have a Plan B.

Or are you one of those kind of wives that starts yelling and showing anger when plans are CHANGED?

Does everything have to be done your way?

In the business world, they train for “Crisis Management”.  There are two kinds of “Leadership Crisis” in the business world: sudden crises and smoldering crises.  Sudden crises are circumstances that occur without warning and beyond control.  Smoldering crises are minor internal issues that, due to manager’s negligence, develop to crisis status.  Research shows how leaders must be competent in integrity, capability, mutual respect, and transparency to build trust.

Let’s look at what the apostle Paul went through as he was trying to successfully complete the will of God in his life.

2Cor.11:26 “In journeyings often, in perils of waters, in perils of robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by the heathen, in perils in the city, in perils in the wilderness, in perils in the sea, in perils among false brethren.”

While the apostle Paul was ministering in his day, him and his team ran into many problems.

That is why Paul said they were “…in perils in the city…” 2Cor.11:26.

The power and presence was with Paul as he faced his many CHALLENGES.

Paul never let any crisis keep him from doing what he was called to do.

To the best of his ability he pressed FORWARD and completed his responsibilities.

As the enemy kept throwing things at him in the city, he just kept marching forward with the Gospel.

Paul and his team also had “perils in the wilderness.”

It is very probable that Paul had to deal with beasts, venomous snakes, thieves and an array of troubles.

As they found themselves in various perils, they put their trust in the power of God.

On top of all this, Paul talks about “…perils in the sea…”

All of these demonic attacks were so that Paul would never go back on a ship again or anywhere for that matter.

He knew that he had a God given ASSIGNMENT and he was not going to let fears interfere on the goal.

Are you tough enough to be successful?

Can you KEEP from turning around during a crisis?

God has called you to be an equipped spouse, right?

Are you as committed as Paul was to reach your GOAL?

This virtuous woman had her family draped in scarlet.  These colors were worn by senators, kings, and emperors.  They were worn by the priests.

Are you covering your family with Godly garments?


You do not have to fear the future.

Put your trust in God.

Fighting the good fight and loving it!!

NOTE:  Don’t miss tomorrows post.  Daily there is a new post.

8 Responses to “CRISIS MANAGEMENT”

  1. Anonymous May 16, 2011 at 8:25 am #

    This is a great post .Ive been going threw crissis for two week straight getting hit from every direction and I found myself having to go to plan B,trusting in God that He going to see me threw everything and with the help of the Holy Spirit that conforts me please keep me and my marriage in your prayers and thank for your p0st every day that help me be a better wife .

    • nancysalazar May 16, 2011 at 8:10 pm #

      You are in my prayers. We are never to be ashamed that we are a target for satan. Remember that God honors the fact that you have never seen him, and you have your flesh and demons pulling you in the wrong direction, yet every day, you make a decision to serve your GOD!! For God, it doesn’t get any better than that! GREAT is your reward in heaven! Peace will come quickly.

  2. Cathy Garcia May 16, 2011 at 2:06 pm #

    This was timely, I guess I am not ready to “throw in the towel” yet. Thank you.

    • nancysalazar May 16, 2011 at 8:14 pm #

      Hi Cathy! You are touching Gods heart by ushering in this next generation. Front lines always get the impact the most. Take it one day at a time. We are on the winning side. HALLELUJAH!!

  3. christina reyes May 16, 2011 at 2:13 pm #

    I was blessed 4 years ago when the lord allowed me and my ex-husband to re-marry again after being divorced for about 10 1/2 years and I remember the biggest fear I had was allowing the enemy to tell me “What if it doesn’t work?) But, I tell you what. I had to dig my heals in and tell him he’s a liar and trust that God had allowed us this oppurtunity and I was going to put my trust solely in him. How could I not trust him when he took me, and my husband and put us back together again. I promised myself I was and, I am going to do my best to take back everything, every moment that was taken from me and my FAMILY!!

    Love you Sister Nancy

    • nancysalazar May 16, 2011 at 8:17 pm #

      Hi Christina! What a powerful testimony and comment! I love hearing it every time. Your testimony has to bring a smile on Gods face. Keep fighting for your marriage.
      I love it!!

  4. Burn Sipho March 20, 2013 at 10:18 am #

    I love this page!!

    • nancysalazar March 24, 2013 at 7:44 pm #

      Hi Burn! Thanks for the encouraging comment! God’s word is AWESOME!

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