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Counseling Tips To Being A Good Husband

Christian Counseling Certification: Counseling “Boot Camp” for Good Husbands

We all know in Scripture, Paul says for husbands to love their wives as Christ loved the Church.

Being a good husband is in essence true manhood.  If you are interested in Christian Counseling certification then please review

Being a good husband is in essence true manhood. If you are interested in Christian Counseling certification then please review

Below is a short article that adds a few ideas to this on how to be the husband God wants men to be to their wives.

Stormie Omartian in “Five Ways To Be The Husband God Wants You To Be” writes about this topic.  The article is from crosswalk.com

In the Bible, God commands, “All of you be of one mind, having compassion for one another; love as brothers, be ten­derhearted, be courteous” (1 Peter 3:8). Paying heed to these five directives can change your life and your marriage and make you the man and husband God wants you to be. It’s definitely something well worth praying about.

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In the end, being a good husband is about being willing to lay one’s life down for his wife and family.  Counseling sessions should emphasize the love and devotion a husband must have for his family.  Ultimately, are husbands imitating St. Joseph?  Was it not St. Joseph who best cared for the Holy Family putting his own life on the line to defend it?

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