A husband should love his wife as he does himself and always protect her from all harm. He should do his best to “nurture and cherish” his wife as he would his own flesh and tend to her spiritual, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs.
A husband should always respect his wife. When Paul tells wives to submit to their husbands, he does not mean that wives must endure abuse, neglect, or mistreatment of any kind by their husbands. Rather, Paul is reminding the church that a wife is under the leadership of her husband. A husband must always show his wife honor, both publicly and privately, and protect her dignity and reputation from any and all slander.
A husband should provide his wife with spiritual leadership. Even though his wife may be well equipped in biblical doctrine and application and spend a considerable amount of time instructing their children in the faith, a husband must be diligent to oversee and guide the spiritual training of his family.
A husband should be attentive to his wife. He should always do his best to set aside a substantial amount of time to be with his wife, enjoy her company, and seek to understand her better. In doing so, a husband and his wife can grow closer to each other and build a stronger marriage.
A husband should always be faithful to his wife. Even when times are difficult due to financial, emotional, or physical challenges, a husband’s personal happiness must always be subordinated to sacrificially loving his wife “as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her” In doing so, he honors not only his wife but also his Lord.
A husband should enjoy his wife. She is a precious gift from God given to comfort, support, encourage, and love her husband. The more a husband values, cherishes, and nurtures his wife, the more she will reflect God's love as his radiant bride.
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