TruthSeeker33 is Single in caneyville, Kentucky


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Hello all.

A flyer that I wrote to share with other Christians starts out:

The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it? (Jeremiah 17) [We deceive ourselves and don’t even realize it. Many people will quote Paul, or this or that passage of the Bible to suggest that we have grace and are in faith, so we are saved even though we have intentional sin in our lives; even though we choose to sin, time and again. We rationalize that “only Jesus is the perfect lamb, and we are sinners; so be it.” We cannot pick and choose the passages of the Bible that serve what we would like to believe. Even if one wants to believe that only the New Covenant counts, we cannot possibly suggest that Paul tells us we can sin, therefore all the rest of what is written in the New Testament doesn’t count. Such would be an absurd contention. The New Testament is a tapestry that is full of godly wisdom, as well as what the Lord demands of each of us to find salvation. All of what follows are unambiguous, clear warnings of how we are either choosing to serve the flesh ---OR--- choosing to serve the spirit. We cannot afford to risk deceiving ourselves because we are choosing between eternal damnation and eternal salvation. So, let us not be deceived by the heart, or our own desires of the flesh, or by the “great deceiver.” The truth is literally in hundreds of passages in the New Testament.

I conclude my flyer with this statement:

Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. (Galatians 5) [Jesus chose to be beaten, crucified, and die for our sins so we could be redeemed to Heaven. Are you willing to take up your cross and crucify your own flesh to be reborn in the spirit and have eternal life? His crucifixion was much greater than our crucifixion of our own flesh. His sacrifice was so much greater than what is being asked of us!]

I believe the gift of falling in love can happen when two people can be totally accepting of each other. And to do that, we need to find a partner with enough in common in those areas that matter most to us. i.e. Given that foundation, then perhaps real acceptance is possible.

The foundation I seek would include, most importantly, being a true Christian, (there's a lot to that!) Also, being aware, and a giving, compassionate person. Being a giver, myself, I have learned that it is essential that I am with another giver, not a taker...

My foundation, of course, includes trust, honesty, good and gentle communication, and a wonderful sharing of love and affection. All of these are important to me.

People want to be in love, but often don’t understand how we fall out of love. Falling in love can happen when a couple has a deep mutual acceptance of who each other is, and when they understand how to honor each other through mutual support, being each other’s best friend, being trust-worthy, compassionate, pulling one’s own weight, being giving...

When there are things that feel unsafe; hurts that go unresolved; passive-aggressive communication or flippant disregard... these things put "bricks in the wall." Enough bricks, and you find yourself with a wall of self-protection and then we can no longer feel our love for our partner. It's a natural defense mechanism, and it can happen so easily, unconsciously. Then we wake up one day and feel like, "I've fallen out of love."

I believe that if both people are seeking to do the right thing, seeking to find a middle-road, then God will create a way for that circumstance to work out. I believe we all want to be understood and accepted for who we are, not have someone always pulling at us trying to change us or bend us to their will.

Put these together as a foundation, and a couple can have a love that grows with time...

Having a successful relationship means understanding these dynamics and that, as each other's closest friend, we are more vulnerable to each other, and pushing each other's buttons might hurt more than with anyone else. So the question is whether we can have the awareness to understand that "my buttons go with me, wherever I go." If we can support each other with gentle communication; if we can be brave enough to go within, to be introspective; to peel another layer of our own onion and own our own stuff, then maybe we can avoid putting bricks in the wall.

The choice is ours: Either we're building walls or we are peeling the layers of the onion. One final note is to say that relationships need to be fed, much like our relationship with the Lord, although that's a whole other thing, of course. The point is that it is a choice for a couple to feed the relationship every day to keep it going, alive, loved.

I can't wait to meet you, Lord willing!

Note: I am one of those who is into knowing the truth of what's going on through non-corporate sources of real news and info, and I am a prepper. I believe we are in the end of days, and I am into being prepared in all ways, but most of all, through seeking the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, the Baptism of Fire, and seeking to know the Lord more, appreciating Him more and more... and I would love to share this with my someday wife.
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