DEAR ‘FUTURE’ WIFE.
Our bedsheets must must soaked in wisdom. Learn to understand that we sleep with wisdom and wake up with understanding. Our home should not be void of Wisdom.I am weak, fragile and stained. My God whom I serve sees my infirmities and beckons on me to come quickly so he could mould me into the man he has prepared for you. He is not satisfied with my state marrying his daughter.
Before then, wait. In waiting, pray. In praying, watch. In watching, see; because we’ll need those spiritual eyes of yours to see where mine might not see. While I cover your nakedness, build capacity to cover the nakedness of our home and the beautiful kids you’ll give to me.While I wait on God to obtain the inheritance our kids will have and use, develop capacity to transmit the inheritance to our kids when I’ve obtained it. Teach them that failure don’t run in our family. So, they can’t and must not fail.
Put on the finest of robes. I want my eyes to always be fixed on your fair, goodly body and your body alone. I would rather be satisfied with your milk than the goodies of a strange woman. It’s not a saying, it was God’s command to me.Let me come home each day and be reminded that the building is not my home, you are my home. The one whom God has given to me. Be diligent, resist the devil. Guard your home o woman!Build Capacity before I come get you.
What the lord has laid in my hands is yours to multiply because you carry life. So, what I place in your hands must not die. Let it live.Dear future wife, I am counting on you but trusting God in you. Hold still till I come. Nations await our wonders.Yours,Your future husband.Well, stop looking at me and goan be the person your partner is praying you to be.May the Spirit of Wisdom guide you.
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