The Snobby Bob Jones Nurse Who Will Never Find a Husband
One thing that bothers me about a woman, more than anything else, is a woman who cannot stand upon her own two feet! Most religious women follow the crowd, going along to get along with their religious employer at a church. They cannot think for themselves. I remember attending church a few years ago, and a female staff member (a Bob Jones Graduate) met me in the church parking lot with an elderly man that is her friend. She was too much of a coward to approach me by herself. I liked her but was going through a very rough time in my life and didn't reach out to her. I wish I had. In hindsight, I really liked her a lot (and still do). A friend of hers confirmed to me that she liked me. A couple years later, after being driven out of the church over my King James Bible only beliefs, I met up with her one day while walking along the ocean. I hadn't seen her for a long time, but I had thought about her often and missed her. My heart leaped when I saw her.
So I wrote her and finally poured out my heart to her, explaining how I felt about her. She cold-heartedly wrote me back, coerced by her church employer, telling me not to contact her again. That was the end of that. What a coward! She lied and said she never liked me, but I know as sure as I'm saved that she did. How can a woman like that with poor character make a good wife? She can't even tell the truth, think for herself, or stand upon her own two feet! I wouldn't be surprised if she never found a husband! The guy before me dumped her, because her attitude is all wrong! I like what Pastor Jack Hyles often said, “To lose something in the will of God is to find something better!”
I have never seen her since. I have wanted to contact her many times, but I cannot after she forbade me to do so. I'm not stupid. One day when she is an old maid, having never been married, with no children of her own, she'll lie to herself, like a lot of foolish women do, saying retarded things to herself like: Well, it must not have been God's will, et cetera. But the truth will be that she did that to herself, making foolish decisions throughout her life. One day she will realize that she grew old, and passed up a real opportunity to have a husband that genuinely cares about her. I still pray for her often, for God's will to be done in her life. Professed Christian women are so foolish today, living in The Twilight Zone. The random photo to the left is what she'll probably look like in 25 years! No woman can be truly happy who does not fulfill her God-given purpose to be a HELP MEET, pursuing a career instead of serving the Lord by a husband's side (Genesis 2:18). If she does marry, she'll never find a more sincere man with a loving heart than me!