Well we are too, and that’s one reason why our up and coming singles survey will try to quantify the different number of Christian single men looking to find a Christian wife, those looking to simply find a date and those not seeking a mate or date at all.
Unfortunately, there is no specific dating advice in the Bible on how to find a wife, and you certainly won’t find dogmatic teaching on this subject.
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He tells a story of a King coming in glory and He is And that same Man who devised that plan united ours with His And so hand in hand we will walk with Him as our two become as one And all the promises He promises to us He promises will never be undone.
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