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I must resist my urge to manipulate him, needle and prod and pester until he capitulates. In forfeiting the sanctity of sex by casual, nondiscriminatory ‘making out’ and ‘sleeping around,’ we forfeit something we cannot well do without.
I must trust God in him, trust God to do for both of us better than I know.” ― “What do women want today? There is dullness, monotony, sheer boredom in all of life when virginity and purity are no longer protected and prized.
Did I want what I wanted, or did I want what He wanted, no matter what it might cost?
” ― “I took it for granted that there must be a few men left in the world who had that kind of strength.
There is dullness, monotony, sheer boredom in all of life when virginity and purity are no longer protected and prized.” ― “When ours are interrupted, his are not.
His plans are proceeding exactly as scheduled, moving us always (including those minutes or hours or years which seem most useless or wasted or unendurable).” ― “Waiting silently is the hardest thing of all. But the things that we feel most deeply we ought to learn to be silent about, at least until we have talked them over thoroughly with God.” ― “Unless a man is prepared to ask a woman to be his wife, what right has he to claim her exclusive attention?
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I did not want to be among the marked-down goods on the bargain table, cheap because they’d been pawed over. The love of God is of a different nature altogether. In forfeiting the sanctity of sex by casual, nondiscriminatory "making out" and "sleeping around," we forfeit something we cannot well do without.
The Cross, as it enters the love life, will reveal the heart’s truth.” ― “If God gave it to me," we say "it's mine. The truth is that it is ours to thank Him for and ours to offer back to Him, ours to relinquish, ours to lose, ours to let go of - if we want to find our true selves, if we want real Life, if our hearts are set on glory.” ― “We are always held in the love of God.
We are never wholly at the mercy of other people - they are only “second causes,” and no matter how many second or third or fiftieth causes seem to be in control of what happens to us, it is God who is in charge, He who holds the keys, He who casts the lot finally into the lap.
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All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. Many deaths must go into reaching our maturity in Christ, many letting goes.” ― “But the question to precede all others, which finally determines the course of our lives is What do I really want?