Singleness is a gift from God. Think about it! When we came to this life, we didn’t really get a chance to choose our parents, siblings, our neighborhood, or country. We just “boom” and found ourselves in this world. We didn’t have a chance to say “Okay, God, try again. I don’t like my surroundings.” No, we can’t say that. We are here and so are our parents, families, tribes, surroundings and everything else.
A wonderful book to read: “Sex, Romance, and the Glory of God” by C. J. Mahaney
Guess what the subtitle says?
Here is the disclaimer before I address the question: I only answer this question to the best of my knowledge and understanding of the topic at hand.
Here are the beautiful girls who signed up for Appeal for Purity’s competition called, “The Esther’s Like Modesty”:
“Why can’t I enjoy sex like my friends? Why is it always me to be depressed after I have sex? I know I am not married yet but God knows everything. I am not having sex because I hate God or anything. It seems like God is picking on me among my friends.”
A program I’ve been waiting for!
Okay, so, if you are married and are going to be in DC for the next four weeks, I invite you to attend the class I’m giving for married couples only.
The title of the class is: SEXUAL INTIMACY! I love it!
You can’t attend this class unless you have your spouse with you! That means, your spouse is your entrance ticket!
If you know anyone who are married, invite them to come! ///
Have you ever been hungry to the point of getting ready to eat “ANYTHING,” literally anything? Yeah, anything including the McDonald’s leftover burger that has been left in the fridge for days. If you snack every five minutes, forget it; you won’t understand this. If you don’t snack during the day, then you understand what I’m talking about here.
Continue reading Danger of Desperation!
Excellent! One pretty contestant is added to the competition!
Thank you Betty! All the best!
One question: “Is this competition open to all even to those who live in Ethiopia or Eritrea?” Yes, it is open to all!
All the judges are now ready but I am short of one single girl and one married man who are going to complete the number of judges who are needed for the competition. (I so far have one married man, my hubby is one of them, two single men, one beautiful single girl, and two married women – I’m one of them).
So, if you are a single girl or a married man and want to be a judge, drop me a message or two.
For those of you who want to sign up for the competition, just drop your comment on this post saying, “I’m in!”
The deadline for signing up for the competition is this coming Thursday, Oct. 16. Thank you guys! ///
Do you know that none of the British queens ever wore a mini-skirt? Never! They never put too much make up or expose half of their breasts either because it is a disgrace to the King and the Kingdom of Britain!
Hmm, how much more for us who are royal families of King of kings and Lord of lords!
I’m more than excited about the modesty competition A4P is hosting this year because I can already see what kind of impact and influence it is going to bring to the Christian community of faith.
“Can I wear short hair?” Of course you can! With short or long hair, just surprise us and the watching world with your style of modesty! Some of us are clueless!
Here are the beautiful girls who so far signed up for the competition called “The Esther’s Kind of Competition”:
Continue reading The Esther’s Kind of Modesty Competition!
May the LORD bless Columbus for finding this beautiful land! I love America! May the LORD bless America!
What a fantastic Monday it is going to be! I didn’t even see the sun because it is still dark here. Hey, I don’t need to see the sun to know about this day. We should strive not to live by what we see and feel but by what the Word of God says and the Word says, “This is the day that the LORD has made and let us rejoice and be glad in it!” (Psalm 118:24)
So, I’m glad that today is here! I’m glad God created this day and gave it to me! I’m glad I’m alive! Aren’t you? Bless the day before it starts! ///