(Read the following passage together, alone as a couple)
“Your lips are as sweet as a honeycomb, my bride. Milk and honey are under your tongue. Your clothes smell like the cedar trees in Lebanon. My bride, you are like a garden that is locked up. My sister, you are like a spring of water that has a fence around it. You are like a fountain that is sealed up. You are like trees whose branches are loaded with pomegranates, fine fruits, henna and nard, with saffron, cane and cinnamon. You are like every kind of incense tree. You have myrrh, aloes and all of the finest spices. You are like a fountain in a garden. You are like a well of flowing water streaming down from Lebanon. The woman says, "Wake up, north wind! Come, south wind! Blow on my garden. Then its sweet smell will spread everywhere. Let my love come into his garden. Let him taste its fine fruits." Song of Solomon 4:11-16
Now pray with each other or for each other. If you don't know what to pray then ask your spouse how you can pray for them. It doesn't have to be long or fancy, just from the heart.
(Have a conversation around these ideas)
- On a scale of 1(easy) – 10 (impossible) how difficult is it to express your wants and needs sexually?
- What sexual fantasies would you like your spouse to make come true?
- What pleases you most about your current sexual experience?
- If pleasing your spouse sexually seems like a task instead of a joy, then brainstorm how you can work on this.
Try taking a bath together while finishing up your questions before making love today.
Guys do some kind of household chore today without being asked.
Ladies buy some lingerie for later this week and surprise him.