It Matters Whom You Marry

If a person has flaws, which they all do, they become amplified once you spend more and more time together. If it is a little annoying now, it will be unbearable after 5 or 10 years. And NO, you cannot change that person or “re-train” them to do things your way. It gos both ways. That little thing will grow. Be sure you are capable of dealing with it for the long haul, this is a lifetime commitment. If you don’t want that, get a pet – it is a shorter commitment.

THE CHRISTIAN PUNDIT

My husband and I were once with a youth group. There were three kids sitting across from us at a meal: two guys and a girl. The one guy was a computer geek with glasses. The other one was a college student with slightly cooler hair and no glasses. The girl was obviously with him. But while the computer geek was busy serving everyone at the meal, clearing plates and garbage, the college student got angry with the girl for a small accident and poured red juice over her leather jacket and white shirt. She picked the wrong guy, and the juice didn’t seem to change her mind. She is in for some grief if that relationship continues and especially if it leads to marriage.

So to all the young, unmarried Christian girls out there, listen up: who you marry matters.

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If You Dare

Author: Maggi Anderson
Publisher: Eternal Press
Buy Link: http://www.eternalpress.ca

Maggi Anderson’s novelette was a quick read. Since it was fairly short she moved quickly through the story and I felt like it was much longer. She could have stretched the story out but it was not necessary. She had romance, love, action, drama, and a happy ending. What more could you ask for. The heroine was not the traditional tough-as-nails, hardened, city woman taking on the bad guys. She was more like your friend who lived a nice life but nothing special or extraordinary about her. She acted out of fear and desperation to save the one she loved. Sweet read.