Location: Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
Divine Inspiration is, to choose one example to feel for reasons that you can’t explain or really understand that you love.
Because we are all incarnations of God, but yet we are not God, we do not have in our humanity his comprehension of all things.
When we have experienced a union with God we can if we allow it, be beneficiaries of God’s character (istics). The most important of these is love. Love by us for one another epitomises that act where we choose to act as God does towards us all. Now we all have our own ideas of how we should love, each interpretation could differ from another but for the sake of consensus let me choose to believe that the only true lasting and correct interpretation is found in the bible at 1 Corinthians 13: 4-7 “Love is patient and kind; it is not jealous or conceited or proud; 5 love is not ill-mannered or selfish or irritable; love does not keep a record of wrongs; 6 love is not happy with evil, but is happy with the truth. 7 Love never gives up; and its faith, hope, and patience never fail. 8 Love is eternal.”
For me I am now an older man who has learnt the lesson to “Trust in the Lord”, so I leave it to Him as to whether I will be led to another to love - whom will also love me for it is His decision as to the way that things should be.
In Deuteronomy 6:4 "Hear, O Israel! Yahweh is our God, Yahweh is one [Echad is Hebrew for one]!"… The Holy Spirit chose to use the Hebrew word, "echad" which is used most often as a unified one, and sometimes as numeric oneness. For example, when God said in Genesis 2:24 "the two shall become one [echad] flesh" it is the same word for "one" that was used in Deuteronomy 6:4.
Christians agree that [Echad – Hebrew for one unified] is used many times in the Old Testament to mean one and one alone:
Ecclesiastes 4:9–12 (GNT)
4 I have also learned why people work so hard to succeed: it is because they envy the things their neighbours have. But it is useless. It is like chasing the wind. 5 They say that we would be fools to fold our hands and let ourselves starve to death. 6 Maybe so, but it is better to have only a little, with peace of mind, than be busy all the time with both hands, trying to catch the wind.
7 I have noticed something else in life that is useless.
8 Here is someone who lives alone.
He has no son, no brother, yet he is always working, never satisfied with the wealth he has.
For whom is he working so hard and denying himself any pleasure? This is useless, too - and a miserable way to live.
9 Two are better off than one, because together they can work more effectively.
10 If one of them falls down, the other can help him up. But if someone is alone and falls, it's just too bad, because there is no one to help him.
11 If it is cold, two can sleep together and stay warm, but how can you keep warm by yourself?
12 Two people can resist an attack that would defeat one person alone. A rope made of three cords is hard to break.
"Two are better than one [Echad] because they have a good return for their labour. For if either of them falls, the one [Echad] will lift up his companion.
But woe to the one [Echad] who falls when there is not another to lift him up.
Furthermore, if two lie down together they keep warm, but how can one [Echad] be warm alone?
And if one [Echad] can overpower him who is alone, two can resist him. A cord of three strands is not quickly torn apart." Here I believe three strands are God, the husband and the wife.
So ideally I seek a wife to be with and to be with me. But leave it to God if I am indeed to find one.