Check out what this guy posted on another website under the title “Something Women Should Be Aware Of, That Men Looking for Wives Consider.”
First of all, let me get this out of the way. Why is it that every Negro with a thought tells black women that what HE thinks is universal and applies to every single man in the world since he thinks it? We’ll talk about THAT mess on an upcoming show.
Okay now for the quote:
One specific quality in a woman that spiritually minded men take into consideration when perusing online profiles is rarity.
You may be shaking your head at this point while thinking, “what in the world is this guy talking about?!?!” It’s actually quite simple. When looking at the many female profiles on bp, one thing is quite noticeable. Similarities in hairstyles (weaves and wigs), facial appearance (makeup and “arched” or as I would say, “thinly sliced” eyebrows), clothing (short skirts, or tight pants), and exposed flesh (breasts, legs, thighs and more) being the most frequent offenses, along with an undesirable attitude (statements like “Tired of fake &((*&^$#$^@#&^”, or Imma real (*&(*&@(^. No man in his right mind would desire a female dog as a wife.
The hard thing to find is a woman separated from the look, attitude, demeanor, understanding, and character of the world. Many brothers are searching for one that adorns herself with a meek, humble, and quiet spirit. One who the man and children can call blessed. Who can keep a home (Next paragraph), raise the children, and tend to the needs of her husband. One who has the lines up completely with the biblical “Virtuous woman”. “Who can find a virtuous woman”, is a VERY true, and profound opening.
Speaking of “keeping a home”, some of the pics of grown(over 21) women on the pages have backgrounds that look as if they weren’t cleaned since the industrial age. Dirty floors, sinks, walls, etc, clothes everywhere, disorganized kitchens with dirty dishes about. Are you kidding me? Instead of attempting to poke your behind out for a photo, how about getting a mop, broom, duster, soap, bleach, and water, and going to town on your surroundings? Trust me, a GOOD man has no desire to dwell in filth, or uncleanness. He’s looking for a woman who can keep a home clean, and lives a clean lifestyle herself. Your surroundings are a reflection of yourself. If they are nasty, you more than likely are too.
Last, but not least, REAL men are looking for a woman with the first and foremost goal of living a life to the glory of the Most High GOD of Israel. If you cannot submit and be obedient to the entirety of His gospel, what would make a man think that you will be a faithful and obedient wife to him? In closing, here are a couple of things to consider.
Please read the KJV.
1 Corinthians 11:5-6
Leviticus 6:10 (Breeches or Britches are pants)
Isaiah 3:16-24 (Wrong adornment)
1 Peter 3:3-6 (Correct adornment)
Jeremiah 4:30 (Makeup)
Final Thought: 2 Timothy 3:16
This message was typed out of love for my sisters. Come back into obedience, ye daughters of Zion. Godly men are awaiting you, and ready to take you for their wife. May the desire for peace and love of the Lord abide in you, according to His perfect will and wisdom.
Okay, so what do you think about all this? I will post what I said to him later.
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