Our text now turns to a section about self-sacrificial love – a husband’s love for his wife. I bet most of us have no problem imagining the kind of heroic self-sacrifice of life and limb for the protection of our wives – the kind that lands our name in the paper even in our death. It’s the everyday self-sacrifice that is more difficult and less heroic.
Much like the previous text, Paul gives a simply stated command but then shapes our understanding of the command by adding ONE descriptive comparisons.
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