Take your Bible this morning and turn with me to the book of Ephesians, chapter 5. Last week, I began a six-part teaching series on the home stretching from Mother’s Day to Father’s Day. I want to spend some time addressing the most fundamental relationships we have with one another. Our closest relationships are found within our own homes, parents to their children, children to their parents. More fundamental than this, however, is the relationship that exists between husbands and wives. If the home is the basic building block of society, then marriage is the basic building block of the home. Before children came along, God brought Adam and Eve together as man and woman and the two became one flesh.