In Ephesians 5:33 it says that wives must respect their husbands. I looked up that verse on bible hub.com in the interlinear and it rendered this definition of respect: "fear, dread, reverence." So I began looking at various dictionary definitions of respect and reverence and I found that many of the definitions just repeated the same words over and over, such as respect, honor, reverence and esteem, but very few, in my opinion, really explained how practically one is to demonstrate such respect. I thought Webster's had the best definition of all. It explained it more in terms I could understand. "To take notice of; to regard with special attention; to regard as worthy of special consideration; to care for; to honor or value." So, I was wondering if you all would like to share your thoughts on what this word means and to also give some practical examples of how one can show respect to another, both to those worthy of respect and to those who we may feel, in the natural, we cannot respect (as in admire or esteem highly). I want to be one who is respectful of others, so I would appreciate you sharing your thoughts and ideas on how you think we can do this, in very practical ways. Thanks so much!