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My father was a military officer and my mother was a housewife, and I assumed I would follow her footsteps.I am a member of a conservative Baptist church, and it is the norm to be married off and support the husband.It is war, and the quicker our children understand this the better. It is the breaking of families and established orders.It is secession and union all in one, penetration and insemination, not merely lacy ruffles and Pachelbel canons but velvet-gloved violence.And inasmuch as it is the Calvinists who form such societies, I suppose we can go a step further and say that the Society provided a service by which Calvinist Christian goats would be bred only with other Christian Calvinistic goats.I came across a video which reminded me of that story.
I too am getting older, not as financially stable as I would like to be, honestly a little fearful of the future. I can honestly say that I would not want a guy who had spent hours on e-harmony.Thus it is perplexing to be handed a sword and pushed into a battle I was not expecting.Many of the female bloggers of the Reformed camp speak mainly of family and marriage issues, and the dutiful posting about being a content single.But praise God that I still cry out to the Lord for help and I listen for Him and wait for Him to answer. Instead of checking that online dating site, open that theology book and feel challenged and excited. Be a member of your church, volunteer to the highest capacity at your church. Instead I want a guy who spent hours volunteering at church. Let God’s Word be the focus on your mind, to draw upon that when the dagger of disgust and frustration scrapes against my neck.To other gals who are feeling discouraged, I can sympathize and gently admonish. Sinclair Ferguson is a wonderful author/pastor and his warm, gentle voice is soothing on those hard days. Be plugged into the women’s ministry, get a mentor, volunteer, and read rich theology. Hard times will come, but God’s Word will never forsake me!