"No, in my opinion, there's nothing wrong with your praying for God's guidance and intervention in sending you a suitable Christian young woman who could potentially be your wife down the road. The choice of a spouse is certainly a major…"
It is an interesting question.
Recently a man of my church, one of the teachers of sunday school, get divorced, his ex-wife wasn't Christian. Then he was telling us not to marry a non-Christian. And then he asked us "Who are…"
"I agree that Faith without deeds is dead. God helps, but I have to work at it too. I don't think that praying out of money for your own ambitions that do not have God is good. For example I think its good to pray for success in Him through many…"
"When Adam was in the garden of Eden, before God created Eve, he (Adam) was perfect, because he didn't sin yet. And because he was perfect, he was 100% husband material, he was ready to be a husband. Maybe God wants to teach you something, or…"
""selfish" isn't the vice I'd be worried about in this context. "Presumption" is. It has been my experience, and I think this is supported by parts of Paul's epistles, that there is value in preparing…"
"I definitely agree with what these guys said.
I praye for a long time for my wife to come along, and it seemed like it wasn't going to happen. So at a certain point, I just put it in God's hands, and lived my life for Him. Not to mention,…"
"Of course not, that is how a believer is to live, friend.
It took me 20 years of prayer; I have the wife the Lord provided me, and now I understand why it seemingly took so long... Our Lord is not in a hurry, he provides the best for us, if we…"
"I think if that is taking over the relationship you have with God i.e. Your praying more for that then praying for a relationship with God, then yes I think it can be selfish. But just by itself I don't think it is selfish we are made to do…"
"Sounds good. :)
As long as you're at it, google "counseling insubordinate employee" and "counseling employees with attitude problems." You'll get lots of links to good articles by business websites and HR companies.
"Apparently my blog post is gibberish to you as well, because my blog post wasn't about any of that. And since you won't quote my blog, I can't tell where you're getting this.
Oh well, I have to quit for the night, which is just…"
"Well, her yelling at you in a public setting about company policy is pretty unprofessional, especially in front of other co-workers. If anything, she probably took offense to you keeping tabs on her showing up late and leaving early.…"
"I never said it was "bound to fail" "in every instance." I just said, "What will happen if..." In other words, what then?
What then? Well if a person understands that love is a fluid state of consciousness, that comes…"
"I would contact HR about this matter. Tardiness and leaving early is unprofessional. Yelling at you in the lunchroom is definitely unethical. And since this a guy's forum, it sounds like she's in her period."