I am grateful God said, “I am that I am.” He didn’t say, “I do that I do.” Who I AM and who you ARE is identity. What you DO is not your identity and not as important.
I am grateful when I realized sexual intimacy is not a DO. Long gone is the phrase, “Let’s DO IT.” It’s a beautiful act of ‘being one,’ not, ‘doing one.’
I am grateful there is no longer hurt silence and we are connected. Because of our joint effort in marriage reclamation, he can now discuss his emotions revolving around his physical need and I can hear him. We still mess up about stuff, though, no perfection here.
I am grateful when God revealed to me why sex was so important to my husband. I felt less like a piece of meat and more like a privileged wife. Before this, I never realized how rejected my husband felt.
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