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Losing a friend??
Posted 25 January 2012 - 03:51 PM
God, I ask that u help these 2... U know their hearts & feelings 4 each other.. Even though this was posted a couple of yrs ago, God u know the future bc it's in ur hands.. I ask that u give them both guidance & knowledge.. I ask that u give them the answers that they both need in ways that their hearts will understand & they'll know that it's u. Thank u god, 4 being so amazing!!!
Posted 25 January 2012 - 10:41 PM
We must remember Pastors aren't God, they are flesh and blood like the rest of us and there could be times they give the wrong advice.
Now don't everybody go saying "Oldzimm thinks Pastors are low down #%$^# ", because I'm not, Pastors deserve respect because they are our teachers of God's word.
Posted 07 August 2012 - 07:00 PM
Posted 10 August 2012 - 03:26 AM
If you really love this woman have you considered marring her?
I just got back from a Christian getaway with my girlfriend. There we both got a great time to focus on Him and weed out sin. We both decided that we need to take a long break to let old dogs die and new life come in... we've been sexually immoral together and used to argue very often over little things. But now we're both refocused and we're going to split so again we let the sin die. But I talked to my pastor the other day about the situation, and he said something that surprised me. He said that not only should my girlfriend and I not consider dating/marriage again, but he also said that we should never talk again. She's not only my girlfriend, she's my best friend. I keep thinking to myself, there has to be another way, right? I just feel so connected to this woman. Help.
Posted 06 December 2012 - 10:35 PM
Posted 07 December 2012 - 09:19 PM
debt according to the laws of this state. Some years later our sons pay check was garnished to pay his wifes debt. It added a whole lo
of stress to the situation. I always told our sons to get stsrted in careers before marriage. The both had good paying stable jobs and had
finished college. That was a big plus. We moved every 3 months in the first few years as he moved from one seasonal job to another temporary
position. He had a good work record so it was easy for him to get another job. Sometimes they had already hired other experienced people
but wanted a flunkie to fill in till they arrived. Education does not guarentee a job that would sopport you. Most employers still want work