So how exactly does this idea of "sex begins within the kitchen" work? We all know it doesn't mean getting creative with the utensils and appliances, but what does a lady mean when she says romance begins elsewhere than the bedroom?
These may be a challenge things for males to actually understand, but that shouldn't stop us trying. A husband with potential may be the desire of pretty much every woman's heart. Ideally, on the other hand, the wife who is the desire of the man's heart doesn't require him to change, but supports him because he tries.
So the picture we're developing is of the husband who's dedicated to learning and achieving better, with a wife who's dedicated to extending grace, never requiring change. The above things in tension give the marriage a substance of mutual submission.
The husband submits himself to God, and to his wife, in mastering to serve her. The wife submits herself to God, and also to her husband, by allowing him to develop without forcing matters.
Both of them are required to submit. Marriage is about mutual submission.
But let us get back to the subject of sex - and its imminence emerging in the kitchen.
THE KITCHEN Being an ALLEGORY Of affection
Love can start in the kitchen or in the laundry or out in the yard, simply through the act of service; the husband plies his skill and uses his humble strength to work diligently.
It may be an old-fashioned value, but women love working men; certainly not blue-collar men, but the willingness of a man to guide his family in cheerfully doing the tasks of the home.
Tasks like ironing, washing up, cooking, vacuuming, etc, may once happen to be the domain from the woman. But now forget about. The problem is much more about the willingness from the husband to help out. His heart would be to help.
A lady knows she's loved when her husband seeks to please her while he loves her. This is an act of religion for the husband, because when he does nice things for his wife she's romanced. He or she must be genuine, committed, sincere.