In what ways can a wife show gratitude to such a loving husband? There are many ways of appreciating your husband for his love. Besides praising him before the children, sending him love letters, occasionally taking him out, the following are some other ways to appreciate his perceptual love for you.
- Show him more love than he has shown you
Love your husband unreservedly and make sure your love is practical. Let him see your love in your interactions and inactions, words and gestures and in the way you serve and communicate with him.
- Honour and Respect him
Appreciation for your husband love should make you honour and respect him. You will respect his personality, his words, work, career, calling and his extended family. Never disdain him before the children, in public or in private. Through this, the children will see that you honour and respect him and follow your example.
- Submit to him Wholeheartedly
The Holy books (the Bible) command wives to submit to their own husbands. Submission is one way of appreciating the one who loves you dearly. It finds expression in various forms: Submitting your substance to his leadership as the head of the family, Submitting your body as a token of your love, Submitting your substance such as money, as well as submitting your time to be with him.
- Care for him selflessly
In the real sense, your husband is actually the King of your heart. So, you are to care for him live one and give him all the benefits due to a king. Care for his physical and intimate needs by satisfying them as you possibly can. Always be a ready shoulder he can lean on. Be available to hare his joy, fear, success and disappointments. Care about his Job, extended family and also his appearance by ensuring he is neatly dressed.
- Pray for and encourage him
To reciprocate as well as guarantee the continual flow of love from your man, praying for him is one duty you mustn’t toy with. You must pray and encourage him regularly to fulfill his divine assignment as the head.
“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” – Les parrott