“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.“ -Dr. Martin Luther King
A woman’s GREATEST need.
Men, when you hear the word “safety” you may think of football, but women think of their greatest need. A woman cannot function at her highest level or flourish when she does not feel safe. Men are designed to protect, provide and produce. Women are LIFE givers and life enhancers. You get the BEST from your woman when you make her feel safe.
Are you Strong enough to provide?
No matter how much gender roles change in our society, a man’s core role is to provide for his family. A family where a husband neglects his role to provide, is a family that will suffer and eventually fail. We live in difficult financial times where dual incomes are often needed; but sacrificially providing for his family, is a good man’s number one priority. I salute STRONG men who provide for their families, who count it a privilege and honor to make their wives and children feel safe, stable and secure. Are you strong enough to provide?
Are you Strong enough to Lead?
Are you humble enough to follow God and strong enough to lead? When you lovingly lead your wife, you provide the right environment for her soul as a woman to flourish. A good man wants to lead and also at times follow the lead of his wife as it relates to matters of her intuition, wisdom and insight in relationships, family and business matters. A mature and whole woman welcomes the safety, peace and security that come from having her man take the lead. Are you strong enough to lead?
Are you Strong enough to fight for your family?
I went through an incredibly hard season in my marriage, one that I honestly did not feel we would make it through. I was “tired.” I could not fix, save or rescue my family. My husband prayed and fought for our love when I did not have a prayer left. He proved to me that I could trust him to lead our family with loving sacrifice. My marriage has weathered many storms. But over the past 14 years my husband Bryan has proven to me that he is strong enough to be my man. In the darkest hour of your marriage, will you fight to restore what is broken or lost?
Are you strong enough to FIGHT for your family?
Are you Strong enough to Love?
I have a dear friend who is extremely healthy, and physically fit; he is a former pro baseball player. Fitness and physical beauty were tops on his list when it came to seeking his mate. When he met his future wife she was a passionate, intelligent and stunning fitness model. When they exchanged solemn vows; he had no idea that after nine years of marriage he would endure watching his beautiful wife lose her hair, her physique and eventually her life to cancer. As he loved her through her battle with cancer, he said; “her inner strength and faith made her even more beautiful in my eyes.” Author John Eldredge states; “A real man does not go to a woman to get his strength; he goes to her to offer it.” My friend offered his loving strength to his wife when she needed it the most. He loved and cherished her till death do us part. Are you strong enough to love her if her beauty or health fails? A wise man knows that after the wedding bells stop ringing the character tests begin.
Are you strong enough to be her man?
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