Please help me find Mr Right
Wed, May 23, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Greetings to you and your readers! First let me say that I am not one to do this but I am in need of some help.
I am a very beautiful 37-year-old African American Christian. I am single, never have been married and have no children. I have my own business here in Barbados.
I would love to get married someday, but somehow looking for that special man is very hard.
In churches today you will find more women than men and it is sad to see so many single Christian women around the world.
I am very serious when it comes to my Christian life and I am trying very hard to keep myself and wait for that special man. This world that we live in is not easy, and it is only God who is helping me to abstain from sexual intercourse. Please do not get the wrong idea. I do not want to get married just for sex.
I want to spend the rest of my life with that special someone. Listen to the song Golden by Chrisette Michele. That’s what I am looking for.
I must admit that I’ve talked with men who are Christians or “so called Christians” but for some reason they don’t want to get married; they just want to play games or as they call it, have “friends with benefits”.
This is very sad . . . but I know there are some good Christian men out there that really love God with all their heart and soul. I believe they are looking for a virtuous woman.
This special man must have a personal relationship with God. He must be committed, loving, and possess a great sense of humour. I would prefer if he is between the ages of 27 to 47. He can be from any part of the world and of any race.
He must also be supportive and willing to help in any way he can in my business.
I am leaving my email address so that special man can get in contact with me: email@example.com.
Thanks Christine! God Bless! Keep up the good work.
– Miss Lonely
Dear Miss Lonely,
I have done as you have requested and printed your letter. I believe that you will receive quite a number of responses since you have left an email address.
I wish that more people would leave email addresses, as opposed to leaving contact numbers.
I wish you every success in your search for Mr Right.
Please be cautious though. The world is full of wolves in sheep’s clothing.
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