Toward a Wonderful Marriage “Husbands,

Toward a Wonderful Marriage

“Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself for her to maker her holy, cleansing her with the washing of the water by the word.”

That means commit to your wife and render her the due benevolence you vowed to give her when you made that marriage covenant.

That means don’t float off into your feelings and justify being mean because of her shortcomings. Husbands sacrifice your short term discomfort as you allow your wife to adapt to the real you, not the dating you.

Husbands you must subdue your passions and improve yourself in order to become that protector, provider, lover, and visionary God created you to become to your wife.

Husbands you must be firm, stable, and dependable for your wife needs all of this from you smothered in love.

In return she will ravish you with love, respect you as her leader, and support your aspirations and dreams. As you subdue yourself and take mastery over your own being, her image of you, her ability to adapt to you will result in peace and joy for you both.

Grow together and love together for this is the will of God for you.

Published by Earl J. Griffin, Sr.

As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker, I can offer you workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching, aiding your personal and professional growth through study and practical application of John’s proven leadership methods. For over 40 years, my tract record as a proven leader has been exemplary both in the United States Army and as a Pastor in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Mentor, and Speaker, I use this expertise and experience to help leaders grow to their full potential. Coupled with my John Maxwell Certification is my Master of Science degree in Leadership Development, from Walden University. I am uniquely skilled at helping corporate leaders in the areas of human resources development programs, middle and executive leader development programs, and mentoring practices within the workplace. Both my professional time as an Organizational Development Specialist within the United States Army and my tenure as Senior Pastor within my church help me assist leaders in resolving the ethical dilemmas of leadership and developing the cultural skills necessary to lead in diverse multi-cultural organizations. Let's develop a sustainable relationship that benefits both your organization and that helps you achieve your personal leadership goals.

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