Why are Some Men to Mean to Their Wives? The Answer

November 3, 2010 by cindyk2403  
Published in Marriage

Let this be a Word from the Wise. Respect your wife.
You may be saying, " You just don’t know my wife, " "She’s the problem. She’s argumentative. She’s hard to get along with." Read more.. ..

 

You may be saying, ” You just don’t know my wife, ” “She’s the problem. She’s argumentative. She’s hard to get along with.” Read more. . . .

Maybe so, but if you start praising your wife, if you start telling her how beautiful she is, and how glad you are to have her in your life, when you talk about the good, you will draw out the good. If you talk above the negative, you’ll draw out the negative. It’s up to you.

Did you know that if you’ll treat your wife like a queen, she will be much more willing to treat you like a king? As a husband, we must understand that our partners need our blessings. They need our approval.

You might be saying, ” I’m just not a real romantic guy,” or you might say, ” I don’t say all those mushy, gooey things.”

Understand, this is not an option, it’s a necessity, if you’re going to have a healthy marriage. Did you know that the Bible says, ” The wife is the reflection of the man’s glory?”

You men out there need to look at your wife and see if she is reflecting your glory. Your wife should be strong, confident, secure, beautiful, radiant, and healthy. You should see it in her smile. You should see it in the way she carries herself.

I recently was fishing with a guy who disrespected his wife. After we put the boat back on the trailer he said, ” Well I”m going home to see my old lady.”

I wondered, if you talk about your wife like that, you must not think too much of yourself, either, because she’s reflecting your glory.

I told him, well, I’m going home to see Queen Cindy. It’s true, Cindy (my wife) is the queen of our home. Since I’ve made her the queen, that makes me the King, and I kinda enjoy that. It’s much better.

The writer of Proverbs 31 praised his wife, and his children rose up and blessed her as well. There’s no question about it, when a husband praises and blesses his wife, their children will follow his example. How a man treats his wife will have a profound impact on how his children will respect and honor their mother. Your children subconsciously take in voice tones, body language, and personal demeanor.

And let me say this to you Dad’s out there. If you have daughters, your daughter will most likely marry somebody much like you. If you are hard nosed and disrespectful, speaking rude, hurtful things to your spouse, don’t be surprised if your daughter gravitates toward somebody with those same characteristics. I have 2 daughters, and I realize I need to treat my wife the way I want somebody to treat my daughters.

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