Love Bears All Things
I was 20 years old when I first said ‘I love you’ to my sweet man. I was smitten and in love. It seems so long ago and yet, the love I feel for him today is deeper and stronger than I ever thought possible. How could I be so lucky to snag him all those years ago? Luck as you know had nothing to do with it. He’s the blessing God had planned for me. Just as God knows the numbered hairs on my head, He also knew I needed someone who would be strong, kind, protective, supportive, thoughtful and who loves fiercely. I’m so thankful my sweet man is all of those things. God gave me someone to love and adore.
God’s Word tells us in 1 Corinthians 13:7, “Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.”
Love with an Everlasting Love
My husband leads our family with Christ at the center. Our commitment to the Lord, to each other, and to our family keeps us from being ensnared by worldly things and allows us to focus on eternal things. We aren’t perfect by any stretch and we don’t always agree on everything, but I love him with an everlasting love. That’s what I want our marriage to reflect. I want to love my husband just like Christ loves me.
Jeremiah 31:3 says, “I have loved you with an everlasting love.”
Here are 7 ways to show your husband you love and adore him.
- Hold his hand whenever you have an opportunity.
- Tell him you love him and thank him for what he does for you.
- Pray for him and with him.
- Send him a text or write a little note with an extra love affirmation.
- Speak words of encouragement to him on a daily basis.
- Plan a date night at home, complete with dinner and a movie.
- Make time for meaningful conversation and really listen to him.
There are so many ways to show your husband how much you love and appreciate him. And while the list is not exhaustive, it’s a great place to start.
I am blessed by my sweet man. I love his heart for the Lord; I’m thankful he loves me more today than when he married me, and I love that he is a godly husband, father and grandfather. So grateful we get to do this life together.
How do you honor the people you love the most? How do you show your husband you love and adore him?
Here’s a complimentary love printable to share.
Dear Lord, Thank you so much for your unconditional love. I am so grateful that you brought us together so many years ago, and I’m even more thankful that YOU are the focal point of our marriage. You cover us in love, grace, and mercy and You make the impossible, possible. May we continue to grow in your ways and spread love everywhere we go. In your Precious Name, Amen.