Marriage tranforms people into…exactly who they were before the vows.

Some men want women that are so “different” and eccentric…until they marry them, then they beg for that same woman to be a “traditional” wife. When they don’t get what they want (Surprise! Surprise!), they are running to the court house…or back to their Mommas home made cooking, crying that they should have married a woman. like. her 😐. 

Some women are the same…wanting that man who is easy on the eyes yet hard on the wallet.

 It seems unfair that I spent more time on the male shortcomings. 😀 Y’all already know we have our issues. From mild to severe and possibly documented in someones notepad…(I’m an advocate for getting help….really.💗

Being eccentric is often an awesome personality trait and we are all different. However, I find it so odd and amazing at the same time, how even when many stray away from the traditional family setting, we were literally designed by God to understand our roles as males and females. It is a part of our identities…our blueprints, so to speak. Even when liberal society tries to change it. When we begin to set up house and nest etc. We naturally fall into our positions, eventually. Some, effortlessly (those having the right intentions)…even a tatted up…dredlock wearing woman is going to want to have a hot meal ready and waiting for her gaged eared man, when he gets home from a long day. As women we want a strong, respectful, loving and supportive covering. Men want to protect and provide. Why try to change something so beautiful? 

We are who we are….but expect to live with what you chose. We don’t change who we are that easily, or at all.❤

(Genesis 2:22) “And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.

4 thoughts on “Marriage tranforms people into…exactly who they were before the vows.

  1. Jamie Carter says:

    As much as I think I’d enjoy living the first-century family life; what with being a shut-in with nothing to do but make tapestries on the loom all day while my servants did all the menial labor; it would be maddeningly tedious.

    • predestined32 says:

      Thank you for reading and your comment. The more we understand God’s plan for family…and how family represents the church…bride, bridegroom, the less it looks like what you are describing. Although I mentioned just a small fragment, there is more purpose in this topic than what is conveyed in my post. Who lives like that anyways? Many….but not myself nor most married couples that I know.😀
      (1 Corinthians 2:14) “But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: For they are foolishness unto him, neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” This is not a first century belief, many in this present day understand the importance of Biblical order in the home. This builds stronger families, societies. Etc.
      (Romans 8:38-39) “For I am Persuaded….”
      You have a great night! ☺

      • predestined32 says:

        No. The problem is “people” who, don’t believe in Jesus, or maybe “some things” , rarely or have never read the Bible, yet in incredulity…question the scriptures, (they don’t know)…then attempt to be philosophical.
        (Colossians 2:8)
        “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.”
        Take Care

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