“I think you have a chemistry”
“She is beautiful”
“She is single”
“I have her number I will give it to you then send her sms”
“Ask her to go out”
“In our department you are the only guy who doesn’t have a girlfriend”
Oh thanks, actually I also like that girl she is smart, fun and seems to be loving girl. I planned to court her and even before you ask me to know more about her, I already did my sort of simple research about that girl.
But sad to say she is not the type of girl that I like. I’m not mean and a choosy guy but I have my own uhmmm should I say qualification / standard when it comes finding a right girl for me. I found out that she doesn’t have same faith as I have, for some it’s not a big deal but for it is a must.
I explained this point to my workmate (actually 2 of my colleagues wants me to court these 2 diffirent girls, first girl is my workmate in which we are on the same department, second girl is in the other department. Both of them is really a good looking girls as I must say.)
They got upset as I was explaining my point on why I am not that interested to those girls that they want me to court with. I know that they just want me to be happy seeing in a relationship because according to them I am a good guy, a God-fearing guy, a loving guy etc. etc. So they wanted me to be the boyfriend of their friends. But I refused.
Both of my workmate said to me…….
” I think you are gay”
” You are gay “
” Maybe you doesn’t like girls or you want the other one ahahahaha (they laugh)…..
” Don’t be choosy “
Are they insulting me. Am I affected? Do I need to get mad?
I am just a typical, normal, average, plain guy.
At that moment I realized more clearly what I want in a girl.
A girl who is full of grace.
A girl who is crazy in love with Jesus.
A girl who wants more Jesus in her life.
A girl who’s attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus.
A girl whom I will treat like a princess because she’s the daughter of King Jesus.
A girl on which I can hold her hands while heading to a Church for a Sunday Services.
A girl that I can present to my Mom and Dad, saying that she is the girl that God wants me to spend the rest of my life.
God, make me a man after your heart and help me trust that you’re providing a woman who is after your heart, too. And while we’re both chasing after you, I pray we would bump into each other along this road, stop for a while to chat, and call the rest history.
Proverbs 31 states, “Charm is deceptive, and beauty does not last; but a woman who fears the Lord will be greatly praised.”