Week 4: Sex Changes Everything

Sex makes your husband feel loved – in fact, he cannot feel completely loved without it. Your sexual desire for your husband profoundly affects his sense of well-being and confidence in all areas of his life.

Weekly Challenge #4

Track the messages you may be sending your husband regarding your desire (or lack thereof) for him. In what ways can you make progress in understanding and meeting the needs of his heart through sexual intimacy?

Let’s memorize some scripture!  

1 Corinthians 7:4

A wife does not have authority over her own body, but her husband does.  Equally, a husband does not have authority over his own body, but his wife does.

Questions for Reflection

These are questions to encourage reflection and application.  Again, please do not feel limited to these questions.  Comment when and if you feel led and freely share what God is teaching you.  Most importantly, make sure you are respecting your man in your comments.

  • Share the most important insight you have acquired this week.
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  1. elduncan

     /  October 11, 2011

    I love the verse “I belong to my love, and his desire is for me”. My eyes have been opened to the realization the his desire is not just for me physically but for me to desire him. I fall into that group of popular opinion that believes that, for men, sex is just physical. I have learned that it is more of a deep, emotional need that only I, being blessed as his God-chosen helper, can fill for him.


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