When you spend time with your wife, don't talk about work!
Or golf. Or cars. Or any other thing that interests you.
If you really want to put your wife first, then you have to talk about the things that interest her!
What's that? You don't know what her interests are? Ah, exactly my point!!
You have been so self-centred that you don't even know what your wife is interested in. Shame on you!!
If that is true of you, then now is the time to start changing it.
And don't get all upset if she doubts your intentions. Or if she suspects that you have been guilty of something (like sleeping with her best friend).
If you suddenly start acting differently – especially if such actions are so "unlike" you - she is likely to get suspicious.
Start by telling her that you want to change and that you want to start putting her first.
Ask her what would make her happy, "because I want to start doing those things".
After the initial shock (and even doubt) she will be delighted when she discovers that you are really serious.
She'll see that you really want to be a good husband to her, and she'll love you for it.
Just keep at it. Get out of that comfort zone of yours, and start living a life of fulfilment with the wife that God has given you.
I guarantee you it will be a terrific journey!
Just FYI, the print is theirs. I didn’t even correct their typos.
It seems whoever penned this looked at the image of Christ on the cross and saw not the Son of God, but the Son of Oprah, and then obediently delivered a satanic dose of shame to any man foolish enough to listen.
Is this an isolated point of view in western churches? Hardly.
Churches have followed the same exact path of governments, institutions of higher education and the media over the past 50 years. In other words, they have become watered down,
incarnations of their former selves. In doing so, they have sent one resounding message about their views on the life and death of Jesus Christ.
They don’t give a shit about it and likely never did.
Whatever Christ means to these self-loathing, feminist quislings doesn’t have the substance of a research paper on the wage gap funded by N.O.W... Their faith was sold out to pop psychology, pop culture and feminist fundamentalism a long time ago.
You may be asking at this point, what does any of this really have to do with the biblical Jesus?
And it is a fair question; the answer to which is nothing.
The Jesus I read about in the Holy Bible would not have put up with this shit for a minute. When the money lenders took over and defiled His temple, the Jesus I read about put a boot in their sorry asses and sent them running into the street for their lives.
The Jesus I read about defied every powerful, corrupt hypocrite in His world to speak the truth.
The Jesus I read about died for it without backing down.
But that was just the Jesus of The Bible. He never really has been the Jesus that most Christians believe in. Hell, He even spent the last three years of his life telling His own apostles that they didn’t understand a word He was saying. And true to form, Christians have been emulating them, not Him, ever since.
If that is not true, someone please tell me of any Christian organization in this country, or across the western world, that is even making a peep about men being robbed of authority in their own lives, much less the authority in their families.
Please point to one church that is standing up and telling their congregations that
emanating from Top Christians and a thousand other places like it is a load of garbage.
Just one will do. I am waiting. And so, perhaps, is Jesus Christ.
Whether He was a real man and The son of God, or just a magnificent and instructive metaphor for the pinnacle of human actualization, He was not a mangina.
this claptrap feminized
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