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Love Me - Chapter 2 - By Rev. Arlee Turner Jr. [Play this video in HD 720P by clicking the “change quality” button on the video player’s tab feature - ATJ]
A lot of what goes under the name of “love” has little to do with true, biblical love. Biblical love involves the sacrifice you make for the loved one. You measure true love by sacrifice, not by enjoyment. If a husband talks about loving his wife but means by this that she does a lot of good things for him, that’s not him loving her. That’s her loving him…!
What does it mean for a husband to love his wife? The first thing it means is for the husband to be a savior for his wife. Let me show you what I mean…
In Ephesians 5, a classic passage on marriage, the apostle Paul said, “Husbands, love your wives just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself up for her” v.25…
How did Jesus give Himself up for the church? He died. As far as God is concerned, to talk about marital love is to talk about a cross. To talk about love is to talk about Calvary. To talk about love is to talk about a Savior. We have a Savior in Christ. And our wives ought to have a savior in us. We have a Deliverer in Christ. And our wives ought to have a deliver in us. Loving your wife means carrying a cross. So if you feel like your wife is crucifying you, you have the perfect opportunity to look like Jesus…
Nowhere in Scripture is a wife commanded to love her husband. She is commanded to respect him (see Ephesians 5:33). It’s not that a woman shouldn’t love her husband. But her love is a response to his salvation.
That means loving as Christ loves. So a husband is called to love his wife no matter what. We can’t wait until she gets everything right…
A husband cannot say, “She’s meeting my needs. Therefore, I will love her.” No, you love her even when she’s not meeting your needs. You love her until she learns how to meet your needs…
Most men date in order to marry, when the biblical principle is marry in order to date. Most men shower a woman with love to get here to say, “I do.” But the biblical ideal is to have her say, “I do,” so we can spend the rest of our lives showering her with love… - Arlee Turner Jr.
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