I would like to have a family one day, serve God the best way I can by His loving grace and mercies, together with a godly husband that esteems God's Word via the truth of His Word above all else even himself. Galatians 2:20-21
To start off in a brief introductory setting, I am sort of an introvert and can at times be quiet and a homebody, who can be seriously goofy at times and practically laugh at anything someone told me about a sky diving, The weirdness I know lol... But i am also one who can be serious on matters of importance and playful socially outgoing around people I am comfortable with. #Classic INTP Personality Type
With that said, I am very passionate about my relationship with Christ and do consider Him and the truth of His Word as a way of life that not only embodies my thinking and character, (striving to thrive) but also my choices and decision-making that provide a standard for proper direction. I attempt at all angles to be respectful, considerate, and above all to do what is right by Him and His ways. I am looking for someone who is kind-hearted, what attracts me is a man who does his talks and has a genuine relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Proverbs 19:22 What is desirable in a man is his kindness, and it is better to be a poor man than a liar., also understands how to return the love that is selfless. Yes a godly love that can be only understood through a sincere and honest relationship with Christ. Nobody is perfect by far-Believe me, i know. But to understand the love of Christ is truly a genuine trait indeed. And to find a godly man or any individual like this is very rare. I am also looking for someone who enjoys being supportive and caring of each other's life ambitions and goals and would like to nurture and build those goals into a strong cohesive unit functioning as a growing friendship where they could be used for Christ and His predicated will for their lives. I am looking for a God-fearing, righteous, godly relationship that leads to a marriage covenant. I may sound unrealistic, but in time I do believe Christ has called and graced me with this predicament. Only according to His will that He has pre-planned for my life- & not my own :)
Below is a reference about:
"What I have learned from my previous relationship"
What I have learned from my previous relationship is that both persons should establish a common bond through similar interests, ideals, and perspectives. First and foremost, I am of the humble opinion that both should have their own individual relationship with Christ on the basis of His word. I believe no friendship or relationship should foundationally be established on physicality/attraction/subjectivism etc as a primary. On the contrary, two persons should grow a friendship towards the standards they have built through their relationship with Christ individually. I believe Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of any great and long-lasting friendship that can eventually in time turn into a loving relationship. Without expectations, the two should become very good friends through understanding and mutual engagement. I believe this gives them the ability to understand each other's quirks, strengths, and weaknesses, and enjoy learning of the person they are with for who they are and not for what they have or even for how they look. I believe this forms a good foundation for a strong bonded relationship that is not built on emotionalism, self-absorption, own- preferences or physical attraction but yet on the person of Christ and even more so the love of Christ that is within them and their thinking. :)
Below are my favorite Bible Passages:
Leviticus 10:3 – recently this has been revealed by God to me which I never know it before.
Praying with hope, faith, and joy in the Lord that my future husband is on this site. Shalom!