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Where Is My Soulmate

WHERE ARE THE QUALITY MEN? I am a 40 year financially independent broker. Truly Successful people are fit and I strive to be healthy but, that is not all there is to life. Where is my Soulmate? Someone to love me just for me? If it depends on how I look what does that say about you?

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 ---Ann on 7/31/06
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ann, dear, your soulmate is jesus christ.think,the bible tells us there we be no husbands and wives in 72 years on earth ,and eternity in heaven,lets see, what is our real concern in life then ,? finding a husband,aka soulmate? or living and loving God thru jesus cause we are ,or may spend eternity with him in heaven serving and worshipping him.seems like a no brainer too me ,kinda like a da answer.
---tom2 on 8/16/08

You are just setting another standard, by pointing out you are successful and financially independent. Relying on that is also a mistake.
What will attract a man is the whole of you.
And unless yuo join here as a penpa;l and show your identity on your blog, no-one here will see you and write personally to you, and maybe meet you ...leading to what you desire.
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/15/08

Ryan: Your soulmate is your God given mate. Thats why the Marriage Covenent is so Sacred. And the two shall become one flesh. Every other sin is commited outside of the body but those who commit sexual sins, within the Most Holy place which is within the Temple where the Holy Spirit dwells. When two people are joined together in marriage its more then just a companionship its a soulmate.
---Marcia on 7/10/07

hello how r u doing if u r looking for ur soul mate then let me know some of the things that u like and we can talk
---derrick on 7/10/07

Ann-Jesus is our only soulmate. If you are looking for a companion I see you are focused on appearance, desire and lust. Maybe you should try a different approach. Look first to God, He will lead you.
---Ryan on 7/4/07

RA ... Ann is not for Steve. He is looking for a dolly-bird twenty years younger than himself.
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/9/06

There is a 40 yr. old Steve here. He's looking for someone. He might just be your ticket.
---R.A. on 10/9/06

Divine timing is set in your heart and summons your Divine Complement to you at that right evolutionary moment. It can happen at 15 or at 70, hopefully you won't have to wait till you're seventy. God's push can speed the process--a little prayer, asking God to bring the person God envisions for you can have remarkable results. Read the new book Divine Complement. It is full of answers for those who looking for their soulmate.
---Ariadne on 10/8/06

I ask myself that same question. Maybe she is not here and I shall see her in another place at some other time as if time or place matter. In more saner moments I think of something a wise man wrote "No amount of space or time can keep like spirits apart" Approaching each day with eyes, mind and heart open as if she could pass at any moment. People write about God/Jesus and holding them close or finding them first and I ponder that they are closer than you think and are not lost in the least.
---David on 9/27/06

What do you consider a quality man?
I can love a woman I am not physically attracted to, however it would be extremely difficult to "make love" to her.
---joseph on 9/14/06

ann , soulmate, if you mean someone who loves God and accepts the work of jesus,then keep looking.attraction in the world today has been in my opinion reduced from people with integrity,and family values,and love of God, to whats in it for me,and how much will I make, and do unto others before they do it unto you attitudes.
---tom2 on 8/21/06

Thanks for your question Jack,
I'm clearly not quoting the bible specifically. My statement assumes the line "she girdeth her loins with strength, and strengtheneth her arms" means she's prepared physically, and mentally for the tasks she performs, and therefore works within her mental and physical limitations. This said in agreement with the statemert the sister made concernning her education and physical fitness.
Being a homemaker is busy work, it's important to know your limitations.
---lynet on 8/5/06

Lynet said: ** All of these things she accomplished without letting herself become overworked so that she was not able to be her best.**

Please give book, chapter, and verse where it says the woman in Proverbs 31 didn't "let herself become overworked."
---Jack on 8/4/06

Ann, you might have some results if you change your approach. You come across in your question as a bit demanding and I get the impression that a relationship with you would be all about you and what you want. Not that this is out of the norm today, which is why I have not made finding a woman a priority. Most are almost impossible to please anymore. I have never heard a woman say her desire is to be a wife. It's always that she wants a relationship, a husband, family, etc. All things she wants.
---ralph7477 on 8/4/06

I am not being judgemental,but your self worth,fitness,wealth and beauty.are worldly values.Christ is GODLY.Aspire to show Christ in you and Christ will supply your soulmate.
---jerome on 8/2/06

All of these things she accomplished without letting herself become overworked so that she was not able to be her best.
A good woman? Yes!. But the one thing that kept her was her faith, love and trust in God. She looked to Him and thanked Him for all things. She lived to worship Him, and do His will, and in all ways He blessed her. And because of that she was able to be who she was to her family, and others.
What you want is in Christ, start at the top, and keep climbing.
God Bless
---lynet on 8/1/06

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2. Think about the Proverbs 31 woman. She like yourself was a wise steward of her time and money, she was educated in the ways of her rcommunity, and was a respected woman throughout. She worked tirelessly to maintain her home and all who dwelt in it. She was mindful of things large and small. She catered to her family in such a way that there was no need or lack. She was joyful, able to communicate well, loving, compasionaate, gentle, and took nothing for granted.
---lynet on 8/1/06

My sister,
I believe you may be asking, why is it now that I have established myself, I have not been able to get to the next level which includes a Godly man, marriage, and a family.
One issue may be that you are trying to figure out what has gone awry. We may have all asked God that very question at one point in our lives. Trust that God will give you the desires of your heart.
The truth is, he could be anywhere, are you ready for him?
---lynet on 8/1/06

If a woman feels incomplete without a man, then she has not found out what a great husband Christ is. I would rather live alone as His bride than be married to a human anyday. I already had the human. Jesus is so much better.
---Madison1101 on 8/1/06

Ann, Jesus loves you just for you, so much more than we can understand. Do you know Jesus? Matthew 6:33 says to seek first the Kingdom of God and HIS righteousness. When we do that, He will start pulling our lives together in the pattern HE wants it to be in. Being fit has nothing to do with a successful life, a life grounded in God's Word is a successful life. Jesus is your soulmate, search HIM find Him, and let Him love you. When the time is right God will lead you to that someone special.
---bethie on 8/1/06

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As an aside, has anyone but me noticed the large number of Christians getting divorces on these blogs?

It seems that almost every week or two, there's a posting to the effect "My Christian wife/husband wants to leave me; what should I do?"

If you think you need to be married to make yourself happy and complete, you're setting yourself up for disappointment--or at least something that is not guaranteed to do so.
---Jack on 8/1/06

God brought Eve to Adam. Adam was asleep, God took his rib out, made Eve, closed him up, and presented Eve to Adam. When women pray, "I want a husband." God responds by saying, "For your maker is your Husband, etc" UNTIL women take Jesus as their husband, God will usually hold back a natural husband. It's like Israel when they cried out, "WE WANT A KING." God said, "But I want to be your king." IT's the same concept with women wanting a husband.
---Donna9759 on 8/1/06

**Truly Successful people are fit**

Are you willing to consider the possibility that maybe your soulmate won't come in a hunky or rich package?

What are you after primarily: the inner man or the outer man?
---Jack on 8/1/06

Your marital status is about having a relationship with the Lord where you know his will and he knows yours, God is to be able to give his children the best, which may not necessarily be a husband, there are blessings in being unmarried as well as being married. Both have their advantages and disadvantages!
---Carla5754 on 8/1/06

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