Quotedating powered by vbulletin My heart malecam
Yet, He has given us this commandment to honor our mother and father, which confuses me at times. and now she's telling everyone she's got 3 children instead of 2, even though they only differ 11 years........
Basically, I know what the answer should be---to stop taking my mother's words as God's and just chill out---but for some reason I feel guilty about it and am seeking more voices and opinions on this board. she didn't even want to see him on a webcam or talk to him online! she's crazy about him, makes stuff for him and buys his favourite food for him (fresh salmon that we can't afford)...... compared to this marriage, my first one was no marriage at all!
I have a masters degree in speech/language pathology, and the idea of thinking someone is more worthy as a human being than me because they have taken more courses (maybe been even more brainwashed by liberal academia, too, ya never know;)) is certainly not something I would take seriously. The apostlles, even Yahshua, didn't even have their bachelor's degrees!
If I were you I would let my "sign" be that I get a feeling of peace about this fellow from our Heavenly Father.
Or even that person we just want to get to know a little better and develop a friendship with. Maybe both of you tend to jump to conclusions a bit prematurely, eh? You should Scripturally have your parents blessing before marrying. Maybe this guy wants to wait to continue his education, but if he hasn't met your parents I find it odd. You should Scripturally have your parents blessing before marrying. Maybe this guy wants to wait to continue his education, but if he hasn't met your parents I find it odd.
The thing is, I will probably not go past a master's degree myself, but that is irrelevant.
It would not be smart to marry just anyone because a parent wanted you to do so, or to avoid someone because a parent said No.
A man is to leave his mother and a woman to leave her home.
I have had something weighing on my heart for a while and I wanted to ask for your opinions. The boy is a Christian and a wonderful person, and I feel happy when I am with him.
Although we are not passionately "in love" in the puppydog storybook sense, my affection for him is growing with every hour we spend together.