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A Long Term Relationship
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4 Yr College Degree
For now it's connecting with that one potential 'forever' - wherever she might be in this world or held up in heaven somewhere
ABOUT YOU :heartpulse
Now I know that it's left to The King to ultimately decide who and what is best for His beautiful princess, but...
If what you've been wishing for is a guy who will keep the Father as the number one priority while making you the central focus of his life - his world; one who will cover you in prayer and fast on your behalf; one who will accept you for who you are - celebrating your strengths and supporting you where you may be weak; one who will carry your burden and help ease your pain; one who will respect you and treat you with the dignity that you deserve; one who will attend to you as his pride and joy; one who will work tirelessly to put a smile on your face and in seeking to maintain the same; one who will give his all to becoming one with you - like a tightly fitted nut and bolt - seized over time - becoming one heart, with one mind, having one voice, inseparable - come hellfire; one who will be your greatest fan, best friend, and most loyal companion; one with whom you will never feel lonely, bored, or discontented; one who would work overtime and off schedule to ensure that you are completely - wholly and totally -satisfied; one who will prioritize game nights, movie nights, dinner nights, and "doing it" nights with you - over TV, sports, friends or other such interests.
By all means, if you think such a guy would be your ideal guy or at least an acceptable compromise, then I might just be the one for you. So, no need to be so dignified or allow yourself to succumb to fear, shame or shyness - grab the courage and say hello - this celebration is long overdue. And while you're at it, you may as well need to let me know what type of stone you prefer - diamonds, rubies or sapphires :-).
NOTE TO READER: "PERSONAL PROFILE" ENDS HERE. Following are extra material I felt like sharing.
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EXTRA EXTRA - READ AT YOUR OWN PLEASURE!!!
Again, I'm simply expressing my thoughts here. As an "expressionist," I find writing to be a great and pleasurable medium of expression. Actually, it's much like lovemaking - just keep going - no end in sight. Oh yes, and it depends on the "subject matter". Wow, did I really say that?)
BEAUTY OR ATTRACTION - AS IT RELATES TO RELATIONSHIPS!!
Certainly, God knew what He was doing when he created us and in putting us together the way He did. I mean who doesn't like to feast their eyes on something so beautiful that it causes a biological disruption on the inside. Their is no doubt that a woman (I really can't tell about the man) is one of the most beautiful creatures ever created. But the question still remains, is a relationship all about a beautiful fixture fixed in a home or even spread out on a bed?
Oh yes, thank you Jesus, Father God, and The Holy Ghost - for pretty cheeks, tender lips, and firm hips. But is that really it - I mean is that all?
The fact is, beauty or attraction will allow two people to set eyes on each other and may even help BRING those two together - but it will definitely take more to KEEP them together. Relationships are held together by the bond two people have together that is only made possible as a result of their compatibility and hence their 'relatability' (the ability to relate) to each other.
COMPATIBILITY AND 'RELATABILITY'
Compatibility and 'relatability' speaks to/of one's personality - not beauty (looks), culture, orientation, social status - or any of those other stuff for that matter.
I should also point out that compatibility doesn't necessarily mean "same" or "similar" but instead complimentary. For example, to keep a structure sturdy, it wouldn't necessarily make sense to have all bolts and no complimentary nuts - else the stability of such a structure would still be lacking. Instead you would need bolts and complimentary nuts (those that could fit nicely onto the bolts or into which those bolts could fit into perfectly) in order to ensure a strong and sturdy structure. The same is true with relationships. If you were to put two people who are alike or similar together, In most cases, neither would be able to provide strength or support to the other when it's most needed and where it's most needed. Fine, the two might agree that it's pizza for dinner every night but neither would be in a position to encourage the other to have salad one or two nights. Also, how would arguments ever get resolved - when both individuals are thinking the same - that they are right and the other is wrong.
Now a little about 'relatability'. First, I would like to point out that there's a difference between liking someone and being able to relate to him/her. Also, the strength of a relationship isn't necessarily based on whether or not you like someone, but more so, it's dependent on whether or not you're able to relate to that individual. It is often said that no one is perfect. Hence, if the saying is correct, it would mean that we all do have certain rough spots with which others must contend. It is, therefore, the wisdom to know or discover each other's rough spots and the ability to relate to those unpleasantries that will decide the strength of the relationship - for certainly, there is much to like and enjoy about a bouquet of beautiful red roses, but even so, there may be thorns lurking between, behind or beneath those soft beautiful petals with which we may have to deal.
And do I even need to explain personality? I'll just say this: Personality speaks of who the person is or has become - it is what makes the person do what he or she does - behaves how he or she behaves - or relates in the way that he or she relates. And so the body embodies the person while the person produces or expresses the personality - which is the life or nature of the person.
Now, please understand that a person isn't just determined at birth and, therefore, personalities are not only innate. Instead, persons (and hence, personalities) can be formed or take shape throughout the lifespan of the individual. This is so because persons and, therefore, personalities are formed through various lifeforms (spirits). These lifeforms can be inherited through conception & birth - as indicated earlier, or adopted (voluntarily - by invitation or acceptance, or involuntarily - through force or by way of submission).
For example, if an individual is born with (at birth), invites or is made subjected to (later down in life) the spirit of anger, it should be expected that such an individual will display a rather mean and miserable personality. The opposite is also true in that if one is born with, accepts or is made to submit to the spirit of joy, we should expect the result of a warm and happy personality.
Now note, spirits love two things - company and comfort. We should understand that because, as the host (of spirits), we love the same. And so when a spirit moves into a territory, it brings with it all of its/his/her friends and relatives - with all of their belongings. So, imagine anger bringing along with it bitterness, unfriendliness, 'meaness' and a host of others (with all their belongings) into an individual. And now, imagine you're trying to date or be with someone who has all those multitudes of spirits - with all their luggage/baggage. Certainly, if there is no compatibility, the risk for conflict is enormous. Hence the reason for so many divorce.
So, to re-emphasize, I am of the view that the cause(s) for failed relationships or marriages among the redeemed are not socially, economically, or physically based (as society would have us believe) - but instead, they are spiritually and/or emotionally rooted. It all depends, therefore, on how susceptible we are and, therefore, how exposed the relationship is to be influenced by the enemy and his agents. I will even venture further to say that the survival of our marriage is going to depend largely on the level of our SPIRITUAL MATURITY and EMOTIONAL STABILITY - for demons are not phased by how educated we are, how great of a career we have, how fine of a shape our bodies are in - and they are definitely not deterred by how well we are able to quote the apostle Paul or our many other religious accolades. Instead, demons are restricted, in part, by how well you and I know God personally and our ability to personally relate to and be guided by Him. A challenge for them also exist when they know that we can identify and withstand both they/them and their devices. Therefore, we (as habitats of spirits) must be able to first discern them; be willing, ready and strong enough to withstand them; and be ever so vigilant in seeking to protect ourselves, the one whom we love, and the relationship we share together
FOR NOTIFICATION PURPOSE: I think I should point out that I no longer consider myself as what some would call a "conventional Christian" - being confined to a particular religion/denomination and/or conforming to its norms. In other words, having pledged my allegiance to the Father, my commitment/devotion is to Him and not religion - hence my loyalty is to the One True Church and not to any one specific denomination. I am a member of this One True Church which consists of all those who have responded positively to the call of the Father in surrendering their lives unto Him. Individual membership of such a Church is marked by The Spirit of God within the individual and not necessarily by how he/she has been indoctrinated by religion. Furthermore, I am committed to seeing God's people (The Church) come together - the body of Christ be unified as one. The division the enemy has created and has caused to permeate and perpetuate among God's family (The Church) makes The Father's heart bleed. It restricts the working of God among His people and distorts the true image and representation of Christ on earth. Therefore, with all I know and have been convicted of, It remains my duty and commitment to live accordingly and promote the same.
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