Marriage Missions International

Becoming The Man Of Your Wife’s Dreams

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Before you marry, you ARE the man of your wife’s dreams. But things change after you marry and she comes to know you in a different way. It is then that you especially need to cooperate with God in truly becoming the man of her dreams — the man God has called you to be as her husband.

However, there aren’t a lot of models that we see in today’s world of men that will help you to see that in action.

“I’m convinced we have a generation of married men who are confused and lonely; they’re stuck in a lifeless marriage because they never learned how to cultivate a relationship with a woman that speaks to her romantic need for intimacy.” (Dennis Rainey)

To read more about how to cultivate a romantic relationship to help you to become the husband your wife desires and the husband God has called you to be, please click on the link below.


And then arrow back to this web site and click on to the following related link which builds upon the same concept of romance and sex. As author Paul McGuire says,

“Thankfully, the greatest sex and romance manual ever written is the Bible. Men who are sexually frustrated can find understanding into the female psyche and learn how to have the sex life they’ve always wanted in the pages of God’s Word. Not only that, but the Bible actually shows us how we can have the most rewarding, passionate, erotic, spiritual and fulfilling sex life that is humanly possible!”

Paul then gives you 10 ways, based on scriptures to help you, so “you can ignite your sex life and, ultimately, help cultivate that closeness that your wife is longing for.”

Please click onto the following web site link to read:


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