You should have it: an apology pastors wife. Here is every apology a pastor’s wife deserves.
I’m so sorry for the people who mistreat you, Pastor’s Wife.
I’m sorry for the people who have unrealistic expectations and burden you with them.
I’m sorry for the folks that overlook your needs and see only their own, Pastor’s Wife.
I’m so sorry for all the people who pull on, overwhelm and drag your husband off to fix their lives while he leaves you alone, senior pastor’s wife.
I’m sorry for the phone calls that interrupt your time with your husband and family.
I’m sorry for all the times your husband loses balance and forgets to meet your needs, Pastor’s wife.
I’m very sorry for the times you feel like you’re alone, Pastor’s Wife.
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I’m sorry for the church services that bless others, but leave you drained, beautiful Pastor’s Wife.
I’m sorry for the people who are harder on your kids…just because they are your kids, Pastor’s wife.
I’m sorry for the people who think you want to always hear their problems, when you have many of your own, Pastor’s wife.
I’m sorry for all the things that make your life harder than others. Trust me. I understand. So, I want to say “I’m sorry” for the struggle.
God loves you and will repay all the sacrifices. He’s faithful.
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