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For the Married…And Unmarried

What To Do When The Sizzle Fizzles (1)You have left your first love…Revelation 2:4 NKJV
Nobody plans it, it just seems to happen. Romance runs headlong into reality, something gives, and it is usually romance. At first it's just two love-birds with no higher earthly priority than each other's happiness. Then comes the patter of tiny feet, and our well-ordered world gets turned upside down. Children don't fit neatly into our schedules and agendas. They can't and won't wait. Three kids, two jobs, one mortgage later, and romance seems to be a distant memory. Two overworked people wonder where they lost that romantic feeling and whether it will ever return.Some settle for marriage without the sizzle; some stay till the kids are older, then look for greener, more romantic pastures. But God offers a third, more exciting alternative: God's alternative - do what it takes to restore your 'first love.' (This Scripture was written to the church at Ephesus, but the …

Just Wondering

At times we wonder about things. We do a lot of 'what ifs'; 'whys'; 'hows'; 'which', et cetera.

Well, just like those times, as at the time of this writing, I was wondering what to write about. And I was wondering if I write on a certain topic, how many people will read it? Ok, let's leave that.

I'm just wondering what a guy sees in a lady that makes him think she's the one or vice versa.

How is it possible to live with the same person for 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, if possible 60 or more years without getting bored with the person?

I'm wondering what it feels like to love someone and hate the person altogether (impossible, you think? Then ask Dina in the bible).

I'm wondering if it is possible to love all your children equally.

I'm wondering if polygamists actually love all their wives equally and if not, what makes them love one than the other(s)?

I'm wondering if the wives of a polygamist actually really love him.

Why do people break peo…