- a married man; a woman’s partner in marriage
- (husbandly) befitting or characteristic of a husband
- conserve: use cautiously and frugally; “I try to economize my spare time”; “conserve your energy for the ascent to the summit”
- A married man considered in relation to his wife
- (quote) quotation mark: a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else
- (quote) repeat a passage from; “He quoted the Bible to her”
- Repeat or copy out (a group of words from a text or speech), typically with an indication that one is not the original author or speaker
- Repeat a passage from (a work or author) or statement by (someone)
- Mention or refer to (someone or something) to provide evidence or authority for a statement, argument, or opinion
- (quote) name the price of; “quote prices for cars”
- have a great affection or liking for; “I love French food”; “She loves her boss and works hard for him”
- A deep romantic or sexual attachment to someone
- A personified figure of love, often represented as Cupid
- any object of warm affection or devotion; “the theater was her first love”; “he has a passion for cock fighting”;
- An intense feeling of deep affection
- a strong positive emotion of regard and affection; “his love for his work”; “children need a lot of love”
love quotes for husband – Love Your
We love because it's the only true adventure.
I found this little book in a shop today and I simply had to buy it… I LOVE it!
I have to say that, so far in my life, I have found the above quote to be true. I’m not just talking about romantic love… there are many different kinds of love. And to experience any of these kinds is what life is all about.
Oh and… hello October! my favourite month is here! It’s going to be a month full of my favourite things, ending with my husband and I celebrating our wedding anniversary with a holiday! We are going to stay in a beautiful cottage in the middle of nowhere for a week, ending with firework night! ♥
Quote – Ourdailychallenge
love quotes for husband
Too often submission is represented as repressive servanthood, rather than a voluntary desire to empower a husband’s leadership. And as with many things in our culture, this view of submission has found its way into our churches and marriages. In reality, women desperately want to experience the graceful waltz where both the husband and wife are in harmony–each ‘dancing’ their God-given role. But all too often, there are no realistic, Godly models from which to draw.
Author and speaker Cindy Easley surveyed ordinary women and asked, “How does this work for you?” Specifically, how do women live out submission in her particular situation? These are their stories, from caring for a chronically ill husband to living with a nonbeliever. Each example will help married or engaged women gain appreciation for God’s will for marriage and learn to dance with the one they love.