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Men and Love for Wives

  • Date Submitted: 12/19/2011 10:25 AM
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Every man should have been in love at first before getting married to his wife – or is that statement wrong?   Every man should at the same time know that the woman he is married to is a different being altogether – is this statement wrong too?   Men should accept that a marriage without love is not a complete marriage – does this make sense?   It is in the hands of a man to make his home a happy and blessed home.   For this study, let us start first with the Man’s Wife.   What exactly can a man do to make his wife always happy and ever ready to love in return?   In no particular order, using Sheri and Bob Stritof’s article as a guide, here are ten things that many wives want from their husbands and please, no matter your age or years of marriage; it is time to begin afresh! Note that these are "wants" - not emotional needs. As individuals, we are each responsible for filling our own emotional needs.
I. You Should Let Her Know DAILY that She Is Loved
Everyone wants to be pampered, caressed and accepted. Everyone wants to know they are loved. The best ways to say "I love you" are usually in simple, everyday, apparently unimportant ways like an unexpected hug or holding hands when you walk together. Or just a text message per day.   Don’t forget the early-morning kiss and pats! Eph. 5:25-32, Gen. 2:24; 24:67; 2 Sam. 12:3; Prov. 5:18-19; Col 3:19; 1 Pt. 3:7
II. You Should Encourage Understanding and Forgiveness
There will be days when your wife will make mistakes or when she will be difficult to be around. No one is perfect. She both wants and deserves your willingness to understand and forgive her. Remember that no relationship can be sustained without forgiveness or understanding.   It is a man’s duty to understand.   Mt 6:12-15; 7:2; 18:21-35; Prov. 21:13; Mk. 11:25-26; Eph 4:32; Col 3:13   James 2:13; 1 John 3:10
III. You Should Encourage Conversation
Do not let your conversations with your wife dwindle to nothing but talk about your kids, your jobs,...


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