Christian Living, Marriage

5 Ways to Bless Your Man This Valentine’s Day

This post contains affiliate links. These ideas are intended for married couples, God’s design for romantic love.

We are to love our neighbor as ourself, and our husband should be considered our closest one! Skip the chocolate boxes (or don’t!) and bless your husband in these 5 areas, on Valentine’s Day or any day! 

1. Memory

Idea: Send your hubs down memory lane with a traditional scrapbook or modern photo collage (i.e. created through Shutterfly) that captures your favorite moments together. Be sure to leave space for future fun!

You can also add pizazz with a scavenger hunt or progressive dinner that involves taking him to local places where you’ve had funny or sweet times together, presenting the memory book at the finale.

2. Spontaneity

Idea: Tuck these 32 Affirmation Cards for Your Husband in his wallet, on his pillow, next to his computer, and so forth. Another example? Delight him with thoughtful love “coupons,” which offer romantic or helpful activities that go beyond the day of love!

“How handsome you are, my beloved, And so pleasant!” Song of Solomon 1:16

3. Poetry

Idea: In the spirit of Song of Songs, write a sonnet of devotion or haikus of praise. Read it to him privately before bedtime or in front of the kids for some warm laughs!

“Put me like a seal over your heart, Like a seal on your arm. For love is as strong as death…The very flame of the Lord.” Song of Solomon 8:6

4. Intimacy

Idea: Call the baby sitter, shut off the phones, go for a walk, grab delicious take-out, then sprinkle the bedroom with candles to set the mood…

Spend one-on-one “quality” time together, at the house or on a getaway. Spice things up! This gift can never be underestimated.

“Come, my lover, let us go to the countryside, let us spend the night in the villages.” Song of Solomon 7:11

5. Hospitality

Idea: A classic but one that’s well loved – cook his favorite meal or satisfy his sweet tooth with a rockin’ dessert, and feel free to involve him in the prep if he likes culinary arts! You could also foster friendly competition with your own family version of “Iron Chef” or “Cupcake Wars,” with the kids serving as assistants and voting for the winning dish.

Select one of these areas to focus on or mix and match for a winning (and loving) combination!

Also looking for a card and affordable, physical gifts to complement these sweet acts of service? Visit DaySpring and see my suggestions for different “hubby profiles” below. 

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THE COFFEE JUNKIE

Quench his caffeine fix with an inspirational MANLY MUG. Fill with his favorite candy or bring along with a breakfast in bed. 

A Man Is Known by His Actions - Standard Mug

THE BUSINESSMAN

Appreciate his hard-working spirit and spruce up his workspace with this encouraging “A Faithful Man” Desk Set, complete with a perpetual calendar, professional journal, and note pad. 

THE HIPSTER

For the fashion-forward hubs, this Shield of Faith Necklace adds subtle bling and acts as a reminder to stay strong in the Lord.

Shield of Faith - Pewter Necklace

THE MUSICIAN

Decorate his music studio or office with this unique wall art, displaying the history and musical notes of the beloved hymn Amazing Grace. 

THE STUDENT

Got a writer on your hands? You can never go wrong with a journal, especially one with Scripture quotes in its pages.  

Be Strong & Courageous - Christian Journal

For more inspiration check out DaySpring’s Valentine’s Day Collection, and bless your best gal-pal with a gift from their 50% off Valentine Friendship sale!

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