One of The Five Love Languages (book by Gary Chapman) is…
Now, Gary Chapman suggests that we all have a primary Love Language from the list of 5 – touch, words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time & gifts – and sometimes we are ‘bi-lingual’ and speak two equally.
However there are times when our spouse’s love tank is running on empty. The entire tank has only fumes. And speaking in all 5 Love Languages is necessary.
So, even if your spouse’s primary Love Language isn’t Gifts, it’s OK to still give a gift.
What kind of gift?
The gift of the Gospel.
When was the last time you prayed over your spouse and asked God to give you a word – His Word – for your spouse?
Imagine gifting your spouse with a special Bible word you’ve sincerely asked God for…
And if you want to add to the experience, perhaps inscribe it onto something she’ll use – or – print it out with a striking font and put it into a lovely frame – or – create a card to display (ask for help from a friend who scrapbooks or look on Etsy.com and commission a piece of artwork with the scripture).
Have you ever gifted your spouse a scripture word?