As my men’s group started a discussion on marriage, I wanted to give the guys a memory jogger—a way to remember to respond better to their wives. I wanted a question like the once-popular “WWJD” bracelets: “What would Jesus do?”
But Jesus wasn’t married.
Then I remembered something Andy Stanley said: “In light of my past experience, my present circumstances, and my future hopes and dreams, what is the wise thing to do?”
Awesome. All-encompassing. But too long for a wristband. It needed to be pointed, poignant, and powerful.
As I listened to a podcast, there it was: “What does love require of me—right now?”