“So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them” (Genesis 1:27).
THE TOLL OF SIN will not last forever; in heaven there will no longer be any kind of gender struggles. People will once again be “indeed very good,” just as they were when they came out of the Creator’s hands; likeness to our Heavenly Father will be resorted in every inhabitant of the New Earth. God blessed the first couple, and every time a new wedding takes place, God’s blessing rests on both spouses and is available forever.
While we’re on this earth, it’s our challenge as married people to cultivate love. Husbands love with all their senses: sight, smell, touch, words and hearing. Women express their love through details and words of affection. Their nature seeks protection and someone to make them feel safe.
Emotions, feelings and moods, are normally more stable in men than in women. Women experience ups and downs in their moods, emotions and feelings; frequently as a result of our hormonal system. Men’s objectivity often keeps them from accepting feminine intuition. Males base themselves on facts; females on their emotional sensations. Both perceptions, together, would be totally useful to assertively solve disagreements.
Men’s greatest weakness is discouragement. If things don’t go according to their plans, their wish to conquer and fight for something, they get overwhelmed by discouragement; however, if they have a wife who knows this and motivates them to overcome those failures, they null surely feel successful in Me. As for women, their greatest weakness is their tendency to get sad and experience loneliness. That’s why they expect loving words and constant tenderness from their life companions.
Happy coexistence between men and women is ensured when we understand and accept God’s will in creating us male and female. This will help us to consider our differences with respect; as a result of this, each one will be able to feel comfortable the way they are, without demanding, even though suggestions for change can be made. Let’s learn to be together as a couple; this will be a great life lesson!