Pick up Lines from the Bible

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I tried to use the following line on a woman the other day.  “You’re so beautiful, my darling, so beautiful, and your dove eyes are veiled by your hair as it flows and shimmers, like a flock of goats in the distance streaming down a hillside in the sunshine.”

It didn’t work.  I got it from the book; Song of Solomon, chapter 4:1.

But there is one, in the Bible, who tries to pick us up.  He uses lines like, “Come.” “Come along with me.”  “Come, who are tired, and I will give you rest.”  Some do.  They accept the invitation.

Then they begin a journey into the greatest love of all time.  They accept His commandments that actually changes how they live their life.  This love changes how they act toward others, and even family members.  It changes how they speak, and later they will become the bride of Christ, and truly live happily ever after.

 Copyright © 2017 Mark Brady, All rights reserved

Love? Or in Love?

I met a woman today who was absolutely beautiful! As we talked I could discern this woman was also wise.  While talking the subject turned to marriage.  Her face lit up as she spoke of love, and marriage.  She shared with me the great love of her life. You see the woman I was speaking to was a widow. She mentioned how it is a give and take of both sides.  She said one has to give 50%, but at times you may have to give more like 70%, and one should be willing to, for a season.  She told how a marriage takes work and lots of it!  She mentioned how today too many take marriage so lightly.  She said a lot of people “love”, but asked how many couples are “in love”?

Wow!  My heart was stirred by how she spoke of love.  I asked her if she would like to go out on a date.  She asked me if I had my own car and could still drive? Oh, I guess I should mention this beautiful lady was 92 years old.

I’m divorced, and for the longest time feared of allowing myself to love again knowing I could get hurt again. If you want to be married you must first be willing to risk.  If you don’t take the risk of being hurt or having your heart broken again then you aren’t going to live life fully!  Sure, you can play it SAFE, but is that living?

Jesus risked all to love us.  He gave 100%.  He was willing to live among us in order to really love us.  He knew his heart would be broken many times by the very ones he loved, yet Jesus is still “in love” with us.