What is it about marriage that seems to dull our romantic creativity?
At some point in almost every marriage, a couple realizes that they just don't experience the same romantic feelings they once enjoyed.
The problem is that, sometime within the first year or two after the wedding ceremony, something happens in most marriages.
Those romantic fires that burned so brightly during engagement seem to crumble into faint, glowing embers.
As one cynical person once said, "The period of engagement is like an exciting introduction to a dull book." The foundation of a marriage is a solid commitment of unconditional love. It is the fire in the fireplace—the warm response of one spouse to another that says, "We may have struggles, but I love you, and everything is okay." We ought to make romance a part of our everyday diet in our marriage relationship.
To build a lasting marriage of oneness and intimacy, you and your mate must be committed to meeting each other's physical and emotional needs.A TV talk show host was interviewing one of Hollywood's biggest male stars, a man known for his prowess with the opposite sex.At one point, the host asked him, "What makes a great lover? "First of all, it is a man who can satisfy one woman over a lifetime.Romance and Excitement I find it interesting that God found romance and sex so important that He dedicated an entire book in the Bible, Song of Solomon, to encourage us to experience it.We share a marriage bed together, and we dream thoughts and share intimacies that are shared with nobody else on this planet.
That's what God intended, I believe, in the marriage relationship.