God conceived of sex as a beautiful thing to be enjoyed within the confines of marriage. Sex connects you to that person in a way that can`t do anything else. Make it indispensable for your wedding. Pray for self-control, a fullness of love and that you will be subject to the needs of your spouse. Similarly, in a marriage, you have two very different individuals who aspire to achieve a common goal. They usually come from diverse backgrounds, lifestyles, and family values that can be challenging when trying to become flesh. Like these instruments, each spouse must understand his individual, what he brings to the marriage. They must recognize that differences in marriage can be a blessing, because they offer balance and ultimately help eliminate weaknesses in the relationship. The most important element in becoming flesh is to allow God`s Word to be the guide and last authority of your marriage. First individually, then corporately! Constantly follow the love and growth in your relationship. Take time for one another. Speak softly and love passionately. Every day I pray that God will allow us to love each other more and more and that we will fall more in love with Jesus.
The first example of general submission (Eph 5:21) is illustrated when Paul exhorts women to submit to their husbands (Eph 5:22-24,33). On the other hand, husbands are not told to submit to their wives, but to love them (Eph 5:25-33). The first example of the general submission of Ephesians 5:21 is the correct order of the conjugal relationship (see also Kol 3:18; 1 P 3:1-7). The submission of wives is not like the obedience that children owe to parents, nor does this text command all women to submit to all men (their own husbands, not all husbands!). Both sexes are created in the same way in the image of God (Gen 1:26-28) and heirs to eternal life (Gal 3:28-29). . . .