From Head to Toe: 5 Body Parts I Love on My Husband

BY: - 18 Jun '13 | Marriage

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Is there more than one main body part a woman is supposed to love on her husband? Really, what’s more important than “that one”? 

Plenty.

When you are in a truly intimate and loving marriage, you recognize that there is so much more to physical intimacy than sex. Each touch, each caress, each body part is an opportunity to have a spiritual and emotional experience with your spouse. In marriage, you shouldn’t take anything for granted. All body parts can work together for the good of spouses who love each other. This is what I mean:

Check out these 5 Body Parts I Love On My Husband:

1. His hands.

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They're soft, strong, and sure. When I can't open a jar top, I know my husband can. It seems trivial, but it's not. There is security in knowing he's strong enough to do what needs to be done. Not only that, but it keeps me from trying to be superwoman and acting like I can do everything myself. Yes, a jar of jelly, a tight screw, a heavy piece of luggage, a firm grip while walking at night, or anything else that requires more strength or courage than I have, reminds me to be grateful for my man's hands.

 

About the author

Dr. Michelle Johnson

http://www.alabasterwomanministries.com

Dr. Michelle Johnson is the founder of Alabaster Woman Ministries, an online international women's ministry. She is a wife, mother, writer, speaker, teacher. Through her daily blog, online radio show, and video Bible studies, Dr. Michelle encourages women and married couples to make God the center of their lives.

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One thought on “From Head to Toe: 5 Body Parts I Love on My Husband

  1. Olasumbo

    I love my husbands lips and he is so obsessed with his fingers that over time I catch myself reaching out for his hands just to hold his fingers!

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