Faith · Love and Marriage

Bone of My Bones, Flesh of My Flesh


Hi, friends! I’m guest posting today, so here’s a little sample:

Being married to my best friend has taught me a lot through the years, but nothing so obvious as this: I love him so much that the thought of him not being in my life causes me physical pain. My chest tightens, it’s hard to breathe, and tears start to form if I even think about the possibility of being without him. We are the two that became one, the one whom my soul loves, and we were made by God’s loving hand to need that intimate, never-let-you-go feeling. In the beginning, God took a rib from Adam and from that rib created Eve, and Adam said, “This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called woman, because she was taken out of man.”(Genesis 2:23) 

Have you ever considered the role ribs play in human anatomy? They are for protection, support, and respiration; for the structure and formation of the human body. They are not just important for this reason, but provide insight on a deeper, spiritual level as well.

Come check out the rest of my guest post Bone of My Bones, Flesh of My Flesh over at Becoming Titus 2 Women.


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