It has come to my attention that men…
…wait I can not tell that. Delete, delete, delete…
I am going to have trouble writing this one.
How do I say this? Let’s say it this way. Men are grovelling, slobbering dogs. And since I rarely direct blogs to men solely I may not make any friends. Now let me first correct what I just wrote. Not all men are grovelling, slobbering dog. However, if you have ever even thought about playing the sly at the gym, if you have ever feigned spriritually at church only to get the attention of a female also attending there, then you are a grovelling, slobbering dog. In fact, there is a great verse for you, just in case you thought the Bible never spoke directly to you here is a verse just for you.
“Outside are the dogs, those who practice magic arts, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters and everyone who loves and practice falsehood.” Revelation 22:15
I am of the opinion that if you are married and you feel the slightest attraction toward someone not your wife, it is your responsibility to not only protect your family but also the family of the person you have found yourself fond of. It is always the responsibility of a man, especially a christian man, to recognize that, “hey, didn’t intend to, didn’t mean to, but I need to find myself in a safer place for me and my family. Protect others, not take advantage of others.
I would like to see every wife, fiance or girlfriend ask their husband, fiance or boyfriend if they are a grovelling, slobbering dog. The ones that really kill me, I mean really kill me, are the dogs disguising themselves as christians, as believers. There is an end that awaits you.
I gotta calm down, I get to worked up on this subject, but, bottom line…if I can contain my passions I would like to believe that other men can as well.
Not a lot of sympathy from me in this area.
Let’s transition on to some feedback from the marital survey.
Okay, lets open up with someone who I know is not one of these dogs.
“Married 25 years. Main stress is financial stress. Advice? Keep a sense of humor, be gentle in word and deed, focus on the the positive features of your spouse.”
Very nice. I am still fuming about about the dogs. Gotta let it go, gotta let it go.
Here’s a good one.
“Married five years….inlaws, stay far away,….just kidding. Pray for them.”
The above is the type of family that I am protective over to the death. A beautiful christian family with small children with unlimited potential for God. I am jealously protective over them.
Okay, one more.
Let’s see, let’s see.
Okay, let’s end this entry on a positive note and from a couple.
“Twenty eight years for us…make sure to keep each other a top priority and always remember why you fell in love with each other to begin with.” (By the way, that was the wife portion)
The husband added, “And remember, that the wife is always right!”
Tomorrow, more results from the survey and less personal opinion from me.
You cowardly, spineless, anti God, non protective, piece of slobbering…I gotta stop, I just gotta stop.
If they recognize their weakness and bring it before God, that’s one thing. But to recognize it and bring it before an innocent woman who is someone else’s wife, then you are…
I gotta stop.