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Eastern Star

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  1. marriage advice from the 50s

    I do know what the bible says about the issue at hand and precisely that was why i said what i said earlier. But thank you, Butero.
  2. marriage advice from the 50s

    Anyway, it all comes down to the married couple. Whatever pattern they emulate, as long as the foundation is biblical and it eleviates the marriage and both husband and wife are happy with each other. There really isnt one size fit all thing. Certain things may need to be improvised and improved for the betterment of the marriage as time and years go by...
  3. <--- N00b

    Hahaha. Welcome
  4. Is it just me .... the legacy continues ...

    Thanks for decorating last in time for my arrival
  5. marriage advice from the 50s

    No.. her point was simple. they vs. his/her
  6. marriage advice from the 50s

    Oh the thing that i observed here is this. If we say tips for how to care for wife, some men would jump and scream and say it is unbiblical or women are screaming for fairness. On the contrary, if one would actually read the bible in a way that God actually speaks to us human, you would find many spot on tips about how a husband should love his wife. And let me tell you, this article posted over here isn't even biblical in the first place. It is just some article written in 1950s Home Economics Book that isn't even biblical based. Go figure! If you guys are gonna quote the Bible, God's word etc, do so as what exactly the Word of God say. Lest you guys forget, the word of God actually mention the roles of husband and then the wife simultaneously, and that husband ought to love his wife as his own body. Reading that "manual"above, it isn't 100% reflecting what God's word portray. Dont get me wrong, women would love to love their husbands and would definitely do some of the things mentioned above. I would. BUT...the article is missing a very big point there: the intimacy and togetherness between husband and wife as one flesh according to definition of biblical marriage. All i see here is the mentality of "placing women in their position" and the mentality of "let men be men". Just like how a woman, assumes her roles as a wife, mother, lover, friend, cook, cleaner, career woman, studying woman etc etc...a male also has his role as a husband, provider, protector, lover, friend, someone his wife could confide to etc etc.
  7. marriage advice from the 50s

    I clearly understood and i agree. I am chuckling beyond disbelief reading the article. Thank God i wasn't born in the 50s.
  8. marriage advice from the 50s

    Now i am curious: Is there any article on Tips to look after your wife in the 1950s. I am certainly interested in this.
  9. marriage advice from the 50s

    I would be content with a dog really
  10. marriage advice from the 50s

    I couldn't agree more.
  11. marriage advice from the 50s

    Get a female robot /robot wife πŸ˜„
  12. I'm Audrey

    Welcome and nice to meet you
  13. Please pray for my beloved cat

    I am an avid animal lover and i know how it feels when it comes to pets. I have many untold stories regarding them. One of them is my furbaby dog got stolen when my house was broken into in the afternoon while i was at work. No sign of him, no news whatsoever. Only God knows. I will ask Him when i meet Him one day. Praying for your cat. God bless.
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