For A Husband That Is Disinterested In Salvation

Disinterested husband makes you feel unloved and undesirable

For A Husband That Is Disinterested In Salvation

Your disinterested husband makes your married life boring and dull, doesn’t he?

You always yearn for your husband to show interest in you. But when he scarcely notices you, you naturally feel dejected and miserable.

Worst possible punishment for a wife, isn’t it?

How does your disinterested husband behave at home?

  • He talks with you only when it is necessary.
  • He often spends his time alone with his laptop\mobile phone.
  • He rarely smiles at you.
  • He is not humorous.
  • Sex is just a physical ritual to him.

Your married life is indeed very tedious when your disinterested husband makes it even more boring by behaving distantly with you.

You feel frustrated and angry at your husband, don’t you?

‘Why he is not interested in me? You often break your head as you are clueless about his indifference.

But wait.

Could you be the reason behind your disinterested husband?

I can see you visibly rearing your head in anger at this accusation.


You might be a reason why your husband is dull and boring when at home.

1. You are very nagging

When you consistently nag your husband he does not to interact with you. If there is something your husband hates in you it is your nagging.

You nag your husband for almost everything.

  • You nag him to be responsible.
  • You keep ranting about his shabbiness.
  • You crib about his carelessness.

Though your husband might be in the wrong he feels insulted when you nag him.

He literally shuts you out when you harass him with never-ending accusations.

You can easily make him feel interested in you when you are friendly and reasonable with him.

2. You are very pushy

When you literally take over the life of your husband by your aggressiveness he does not know what to do.

He hates your overbearing nature. But he does not have the courage to point it out to you.

How do you act bossy with your spouse?

  • You act as though you know everything.
  • You do not care to listen to the viewpoint of your husband.
  • You literally threaten him to earn as good as your colleagues\friends. It makes your husband think that you are very greedy.
  • You keep on advising him as if he was a nitwit.
  • You sometimes compel him to change his job as you feel the salary he is earning is peanuts.

Your husband is frustrated at your blatant interference into his personal territory.

Topmost reason for a disinterested husband.

3. You are too beauty conscious

You feel you are very beautiful and want to show it off. You preen before the mirror to polish your beauty. You are very fashion conscious and would not wear dresses which are fashion. You spend tons of money on beauty that it sickens your husband.

  • He hates the over made up look you always sport.
  • He diss it when you are very concentrated on your beauty than on him.
  • You feel your beauty will make your husband feel deeply attracted to you.

But you are surprised when your husband does not care for it.


He does not care for your beauty when you are not loving.

4. You are very comparing

You compare your husband with your more successful colleagues and friends. Your intention is to motivate him. But your husband hates it.

You often crib about the lifestyle of your friends and complain that he is no good in giving you the lifestyle you yearn for.

This makes your husband feel you are not satisfied with him. As a man your husband wants you to value him.

5. You are very shabby

Your husband hates it when you look grimy and sweaty when at home. He wants you to be presentable.

When you wear ill-fitting clothes his mind instantly compares you with his more well-groomed female colleagues.

He wants you to smell good.

He s you when your hair is shiny and glossy.

Conclusion about disinterested husband

you your husband also has many expectations about you. When his male expectations are denied by you he is totally disinterested in you.

Understand the male needs of your husband. This is the easiest way to make your disinterested husband to be interested in you.

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What Is The Role Of A Husband? Bible Definition Of A Husband

For A Husband That Is Disinterested In Salvation

We live in a time where words are constantly being redefined. One word that has experienced extreme redefinition lately is the word husband. This has led to confusion and an inordinate amount of instability in families. Because of this, it is important to know what is the Biblical definition and role of a husband.

What is the common definition of the word husband?

The word husband is commonly defined as (1): “a married man considered in relation to his wife.” The word comes from the Old Norse húsbóndi “master of a house,” from hús “house” + bóndi “occupier and tiller of the soil.

” The original sense of the verb was “till, cultivate.” This shows us two concepts about husbands. First, he is the master of the house. Second he occupies and tills or cultivates the soil.

This has significant meaning when looking at the Bible definition of a husband.

What is the Bible definition of the word husband?

The first Biblical reference to a husband is found in Genesis 2:21-25 when God made a woman from Adam’s rib. Here the concept of a one flesh relationship in marriage is established. The word husband, however, is not mentioned until Genesis 3:6.

The Hebrew word for husband is “ish.” Interestingly, the Hebrew word for wife is “ish-shaw,” which is the feminine form of ish.

Conceptually, as the woman was an extension from the man, the word for wife is also an extension of the word for man. wise, the English word woman denotes a man with a womb.

In the Greek, the word for husband is “anayr,” which comes from the root “anthropos.” Anthropos also gives us the word anthropology, which is the study of man.

It is clear from these words that a husband is a man. As a man, God gave him certain roles before He even created a woman. We find those roles in Genesis 2:15-20.

What is the role of a husband?

Genesis 2:15-21 gives three roles for a man. These three roles apply perfectly to the marriage relationship. Many may disagree with these roles, but it is clear that this was God’s plan for men and husbands.

Genesis 2:15 says God put man in the Garden of Eden to dress it and keep it. This establishes him as a provider, which requires that he must work to provide for his wife and children.

Since the word husband means occupier and tiller of the soil it tells us that this role has been established since the beginning of language.

Being a provider means providing for the physical things found in a home (Genesis 24:67; Deuteronomy 24:5; 1 Samuel 2:20).

A husband must be chaste or sexually faithful to his wife and provide for her sexual needs. 1 Corinthians 7:1-5 says that the husband’s body belongs to his wife and that he should not withhold himself from her sexually (1 Corinthians 7:6-9; Matthew 19:1-19).

This is for two reasons: to meet her sexual needs and to protect her from temptation to have a sexual affair. wise, he should abstain from things that might lead him to be physically attracted to someone other than his wife.

(For more on this see the article entitled, “What Is The Bible Definition and Explanation Of Fornication?”)

Genesis 2:16 says God told man not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil or he would die. This makes the man a Spiritual provider. God said this before He created the woman. Adam knew what God said and it was his responsibility to communicate it to his wife. However, Genesis 3:1-6 says that something went wrong.

Satan, in the form of a serpent, questioned Eve about eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. She told him that they could not eat from it or touch it because they would die. Satan told her she would not die and added that God did not want her to eat from the tree because He did not want her to be gods, knowing good and evil.

Since Eve was looking for food (Adam’s responsibility), she saw how beautiful the fruit was and that it would make her wise God, she took the forbidden fruit and ate it. She then gave some to Adam who was with her and he ate some too.

There are two problems here. First, God never said anything about touching it. Second, Adam knew better and Eve didn’t (1 Timothy 2:12-14), yet he still allowed her to eat it and ate it too.

The result was the fall of man and separation from God (Genesis 3:7-24).

Genesis 2:18-20 says God wanted to provide a companion for the man. God created every creature and gave man the responsibility of naming them. This demonstrated to Adam that none of these separately created beings were suitable for him.

It was after this that God made the woman from the man, which established the idea of man’s dominion and leadership.

Genesis 1:26-27 says God gave mankind dominion over all living things on the earth, which includes the husband’s dominion over his household (1 Corinthians 1:1-16; 1 Timothy 2:12-14; Ephesians 5:22-32).

The husband must model Christ

To model Christ as a husband, he must model Christ as a man. This is because Christ is the cornerstone and the Word of God is the foundation of all of all that we say and do (Acts 4:9-12; 1 Corinthians 3:9-15; 1 Peter 2:1-8). A husband fulfills his role motivated by his love of Christ, Who inspires us to sacrifice of ourselves appreciation for saving us (Romans 12:1-2).

Ephesians 5:22-32 says that marriage is a model of the relationship between Christ and the church. This means that the husband must love his wife first (Ephesians 5:25), Christ loved us (the church) first (1 John 4:19).

He does this by inspiring his wife, not intimidating her as a servant leader. Inspiring her takes much more work and sacrifice to change her heart, but it produces lasting results that intimidation can never accomplish.

a farmer who patiently plants the seeds and nurtures the crops, a husband must patiently plant the seeds of God’s Word and nurture his wife.

A husband must provide for his wife’s Spiritual needs (Ephesians 5:26-27) Christ provides for our Spiritual needs (Romans 8:26-31).

A husband must provide for his wife’s physical needs (Ephesians 5:28-30) Christ provides for our physical needs (Matthew 6:25-34).

Finally, a husband must provide for his wife’s emotional needs (Ephesians 5:31-33) Christ provides for our emotional needs (John 14:15-27).


A husband is a man who is tasked with the roles of being a provider, Spiritual leader, and head of his household for his wife. He uses the example and inspiration of Jesus Christ to place the needs of his wife above his own in providing for her physical, emotional and Spiritual needs. In doing so, he glorifies God by modeling the relationship between Christ and the church.

Article By Dr. Michael Williams

Dr. Michael L. Williams is a pastor, author, Christian educator and Biblical counselor who has served in ministry since March of 2000. Dr. Mike holds under-graduate through post graduate degrees in Christian Education and formerly worked as a nurse. Dr.

Mike is the Senior Pastor of Selah Mountain Ministries, which he founded in March of 2010 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA (

In addition to counseling, he teaches how to overcome life issues Biblically on topics such as anger management, marriage, addictions, and other subjects typically referred to as mental illnesses. Dr. Mike is also a writer at What Christians Want To Know. Dr.

Mike lives with his wife Pamela Rose and adult daughter Hollie Rose. He and Pamela have other adult children and several grandchildren as well. Learn more about Dr. Mike at his personal ministry web site Wisdom4Today

Resources – Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, King James Version. (1) Google. (2014). “Husband”. Retrieved from Google, //www. gws_rd=ssl #q=definition+of+husband

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