The Bible has a lot to say about the benefits of fearing God. Leviticus 19:14, for example, indicates that a healthy fear of God will motivate us to care for the needs of the disadvantaged with grace and kindness. Proverbs 22:4 tells us that fearing God leads us to life, while Proverbs 10:27 tells us that it prolongs life. And Psalm 145:19 says the Lord will fulfill the desires of those who fear Him.
In the New Testament, we see that the fear of God is glue that holds our relationships-including our marriages- together. Ephesians 5:21 tells us that we should be “submitting to one another in the fear of God”
I doubt there is any dispute or problem in marriage that can’t be solved if both spouses properly fear the Lord and mutually honour and value each other out of that reverential respect for who God is. A marriage should be a relationship in which forgiveness and acceptance are freely expressed because we live our lives in His presence.
In a Christian marriage, three are present: the husband, the wife and Jesus Christ. If the husband and wife share a mutual reverence and a holy desire to obey and serve Christ, God will use that healthy fear to draw the couple closer to each other and closer to Himself.