- Eye Color
- Body Type
- Hair Color
- Salt n Pepper
- Looking For
- A Marriage Partner
- Church Name
- Christian Life Center Dayton Ohio
- Church Attendance
- Every week
- Church Raised In
- Do you drink?
- Willing to relocate?
- No way
- Marital Status
- Do you have children?
- Yes but they're grown
- Do you want children?
- Does Not Want Children
- Education Level
- Specialty/Trade School
- My Profession
- Semi Truck Driver, Local (LTL) not over the road
- Jesus, Church, family and relationships, motorcycling
- About Me
Im a 56 year old father of three boys. Been divorced 9 years. Have been in a long term relationship since then. I put God first and all else falls in place. Been on disability since 2014. May be returning to workforce soon. Father passed in 2013 and mother in a nursing home. I visit her everyday. Gives me a chance to meet/ minister to others there. Looking for a Godly woman 38ish to 66yrs. 1 Corinthians 13, 1 Peter 4:8, Ephesians 5: 22-24, Titus 2:4-8. Slender or average or athletic build.
To be honest, I'm lonely and not cut out to go it alone. I'm very open and sincere. My happiness and joy will not come from anyone I may meet, but from God alone.
I'm very conservative in my beliefs. I also believe Jesus my Lord is coming soon. Then all my cares and worries with this life will be over. For this is not my home, but only temporarily passing through.
Maybe I'll find the right woman for me? If not though I will continue to trust God. He is my source. 😛
There is no greater joy in all of life than knowing the true and living God and serving Him in all we do (1 Corinthians 10:31)😁 Genesis 2:18, "It is not good for a man to be alone."
It started with the beautiful gift of marriage; the lifelong union of a man and a woman in which sex – another of God’s beautiful gifts – is to be enjoyed with intimacy and freedom, without guilt or shame. (But only in the confines of marriage!)
God is love and we know he is because of all he does.
The word ‘love’ or ‘lover’ appears over and over again in the Song of Songs. It is all about romantic love between a lover and his beloved. They are overcome by love for one another. The beloved says that she is ‘faint with love’.
There is a strong element of physical and erotic love. Both describe the physical beauty of their marriage partner. As one commentator put it, ‘the Song of Songs is a long, lyric poem about erotic love and sexual desire – a poem in which the body is the object of desire and source of delight, and lovers engage in a continual game of seeking and finding... sexual gratification.’ But their love goes way beyond the physical and the erotic. The beloved says, ‘This is my lover, this is my friend’. There is nothing better in marriage than having someone as your partner, your lover and your best friend. The lover says, ‘Place me like a seal over your heart, like a seal on your arm’ (Song of Songs 8:6). The desire of God for his people is the same as this idea of the love held between husband and wife.
In Ephesians we find that mutual respect is the key to a happy marriage. The key words in verses 21– 33 are ‘respect’, ‘love’ and ‘submit’. The overall heading for this section is ‘out of reverence for Christ’.
The word 'submit' is different from the word ‘obey’ (Ephesians 5:22). Submission is voluntarily yielding in love. It is a beautiful characteristic and it is clear from the overall heading, ‘Submit to one another’ that Paul expects mutual submission. This teaching would have been a revolutionary concept in first-century culture. Respect is the key to a good relationship between the sexes.
- First Date
- Meal or coffee? Go to church? Whatever. We can decide that together.
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