Amor de Casal
but you also, every one in particular -- let each his own wife so love as himself, and the wife -- that she may reverence the husband.
and above all these things, have love, which is a bond of the perfection,
so ought the husbands to love their own wives as their own bodies: he who is loving his own wife -- himself he does love;
for no one ever his own flesh did hate, but does nourish and cherish it, as also the Lord -- the assembly,
So that they are no more two, but one flesh; what therefore God did join together, let no man put asunder.'
4 The love is long-suffering, it is kind, the love does not envy, the love does not vaunt itself, is not puffed up,
5 does not act unseemly, does not seek its own things, is not provoked, does not impute evil,
6 rejoices not over the unrighteousness, and rejoices with the truth;
7 all things it bears, all it believes, all it hopes, all it endures.