She shouldn’t be last

I’m reminded today of how too much of a good thing can become a bad thing in a marriage.

I’m constantly and always doing something. When I’m not at work I’m at home working. Trying to cram in as much as I can before the sun sets.

Between my career, my rambunctious blessings and home maintenance. My wife if I allow it can fall by the waist side. Leaving her and I little to no time together at the very end of the day.

My career is good, raising my children is good and taking care of the home is good

But none of those should out weigh the time I spend with my spouse.

What does it profit a man if he is successful in his career, but his wife is lonely?

What does it profit a man if he spends all his time catering to his children, but his wife needs are prioritized last?

Sure your wife would like you to embark on some new home project, but what she really wants is more time with you.

Men… we wear many hats and so many things require our attention, but time with our spouse cannot be neglected. We daily have to carve out time and find ways to be intimate with our spouse. Emotionally and physically. The same goes with fellowshipping with the Lord.

Without a healthy marriage it’s impossible to glorify God as ONE and for your marriage to be a ministry and testimony to others.

#forwhoeverthisisfor #marriage #happilyevenafter #love #Jesus #God #Love

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