Susan Peters Lectures Husbands On How To Take Good Care Of Their Wives
After being married for barely one year, Nollywood actress Susan Peters has just dropped her 20 commandments of a good husband.
The Benue state born actress who secretly tied the knot with her Dutch boyfriend, Koen Croon, in Lagos, also added bible verses to the list which she shared on social media, a while ago..
"Don't shout at your wife when you are talking. It really hurts her. (Proverbs 15:1)
Do not speak evil of her to anyone. Your wife will become who you call her. (Gen. 2:19)
Do not share her love or affection with another woman. It is called Adultery. (Matt. 5:28)
Never compare your wife to another woman. If the other woman was good for you, God would have given her to you. (2 Cor. 10:12)
Don't ever allow her to beg you for sex. She owns your body just as you own her body. (1 Cor. 7:5)
Be gentle and accommodating. She has sacrificed so much to be with you. It hurts her deeply when you are hash and irritating. Be tender. (Eph. 4:2)
Hide nothing from her. You are now one and she's your helpmeet. Let there be no secret you are keeping from her. (Gen. 2:25)
Do not make negative comment about her body. She risked her life and beauty to carry your babies. She is a living soul not just flesh and blood.
Do not let her body determine her worth. Cherish and appreciate her even till old age. (Eph. 5:29)
Never shout at her in the public and in private. If you have an issue to sort with her, do it in the privacy of your room. (Matt. 1:19)
Thank and appreciate her for taking good care of you, the kids and the house. It is a great sacrifice she is making. (1 The 5:18)
All women cannot cook the same way; appreciate your wife's food. It is not easy to cook three meals a day, 365 days a year for several years. (Pro. 31:14)
Never place your siblings before her. She is your wife. She is one with you. She must come before your family. (Gen. 2:24)
Invest seriously in her spiritual growth. Buy books, tapes and any material that will edify her and strengthen her walk with God. That's the best thing you can do for her. (Eph. 5:26)
Spend time with her to do Bible study and pray. (James 5:16)
Make time to play with her and enjoy her company. Remember when you are dead, she's gonna be by your grave but your friends may be too busy to attend your funeral. (Ecc. 9:9)
Never use money to manipulate or control her. All your money belongs to her. She is a joint heir with you of the grace of God. (1 Pet. 3:7)
Do not expose her weakness. You will be exposing yourself.'