Kiss Your Spouse Today

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Are you having troubles in your marriage? Did you know that a kiss is a wonderful way to show your love?

Are you having troubles in your marriage?

Consider this passage about how a husband should love his wife.

“Love is kind” (1 Corinthians 13:4).

I believe husbands hold the key to a flourishing marriage. If they would be proactive instead of merely reactive, leading spiritually, it would change everything, especially in a struggling marriage. Yes, the love a husband is to have for his wife is kind.

This love shows itself practically: showing her tenderness, bringing her gifts, actually telling her you love her.

The Bible says about the husband of the woman of virtue in Proverbs 31, “Her children call her blessed and her husbands praises her.”

Husbands, when is the last time you complimented your wife in front of the kids, friends, even strangers!

You should be her #1 fan!

The Kiss

Did you know that a  kiss is a wonderful way to show your love? And you may even live longer! A German group of psychologists, physicians and insurance companies worked together on a research project to find the secret to long life and success and they made an amazing discovery!

The secret they discovered? A KISS!

Their extensive research revealed that a husband should ”kiss his wife each morning when he  leaves for work”! The studies revealed that “The Good-Morning Kissers” miss less work because of sickness and earn 20 to 30 % more money than non-kissers.

So, give some of these principles a try and see what happens.

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