Leadership in a marriage is toggled back and forth between the husband and wife, depending on what the couple is doing and who is best fit to lead the activity. In a Christian marriage, the bible teaches that the husband is generally responsible for the leadership within the relationship. After all, he initiated the marriage by proposing to her. Therefore, he is responsible for following through with the life he proposed they would live together.
But what if the husband feels like the wife is not living up to her end of the bargain? Is it the wife’s fault for not living up to those expectations. Or is it the husband’s fault for not providing the right kind of leadership for his wife to follow? Or is it both of their faults?
Bernie and I answer a gentlemen’s question about what he should do about his wife who’s he feels is not living up to his expectation. You’re gonna what to here the answer to this question.
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