Sunday, November 13, 2022

God's Ideal Home 1

Broadcast 3485

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Ephesians 5:25 (KJV) “Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it"

Abel married Mabel the love of his life after courting her for two years. They had enjoyed beautiful moments of courtship. After another beautiful, dream come true honeymoon, it was time for the “happily ever after". But, it was only days after the honeymoon had ended that frictions began. Mabel exclaimed, "This is not the man I married," to which Abel replied, "you're not submissive, don't you read your Bible?". “Who submits to a beast? You tricked me into marrying you, I thought you loved me, you deceived me" responded Mabel.

This was how they lived for a very long time because Abel believed Mabel deserved his love only when she submits to him. Should a husband love a disobedient and unsubmissive wife? What does God command?

“Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it" is God's commandment. It is not “husbands, love your wife when she submits and obeys you”. Every man who wants to become a husband must be well acquainted with and willing to obey this command.

Your standard as a husband is Christ, you will have to constantly ask the question, “am I loving my wife as Christ loved the Church?"

Go into today knowing that loving your wife is not one of the options, rather, it is God's command to husbands.

Prayer: Ask God for the grace to truly love.
—Dr. Emmanuel James

Yearly Plan: Psalms 119 (In Devotional Audio)

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