“Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men.”  1 Corinthians 1:25

The word of God is way more practical than many of those give it credit for. A lot of us will rather look to psychology and science to understand relationships or the dynamics of a man and a woman in the marriage. And what does psychology tell us? It tells us that men spell love this we RESPECT. By the same means that no matter how much emotional affection you show a man if you do not respect and submit to him, he would never believe that you love him. Women on the other hand a more emotional. A man will have to do better than put food on the table to show commitment to the relationship. She discerns love when you spend quality time and use kind words. The point I’m trying to make here is this: had we stuck to the word from the very beginning, we would have saved ourselves all the time we spent in the laboratory, only to discover what the word of God already instructs: husbands love your wife. Wives submit to your husband’s. The very things that we by default needed to walk on The Bible already identifies and instructs us to do. If we will follow that instruction, we’d be better for it. So men need to ask himself the question in what we can I love my wife? Think of simple things you can do repeatedly in obedience to the word to love your wife. How often will you tell her you love her? How many times will you call to check on her while you’re away from home? How often will you spend time with her? How often will you buy her a gift no matter how little? Don’t say “that’s who I am”. Be intentional about doing the word. The women will also need to ask themselves how they plan to demonstrate submission to their husbands. Refuse to raise your voice at him. Try suggestive instead of assertive approach to show trust in his leadership over the home and decision making ability. What else can you think of? Draw out a pen and paper. Right out ways to plan to show love to your wives or respect to your husbands. If you’d live by the straightforward instructions in the word, you’d be better off for it.