Sex Does Not Equate Love©

Sex does not equate love.

Charity which is love:

Suffereth long, and is kind;

Envieth not;

Vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,

Doth not behave itself unseemly,

Seeketh not her own,

Is not easily provoked,

Thinketh no evil;

Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth;

Beareth all things,

Believeth all things,

Hopeth all things,

Endureth all things.

(Reference 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 KJV)

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Bridget Denise Webb

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No Ring, No Bring

Pippa Middleton, now Mrs. Pippa Matthews of Glen Affric, issued a “No Ring, No Bring” policy to her invited guest to her wedding.

This was the first time that I had heard of such a thing.

The theory of now Mrs. Pippa Matthews of Glen Affric’s No Ring, No Bring: If you are not married to or engaged to the person who you planned to bring to her wedding, you couldn’t bring them as a date to her wedding.

After doing some googling about the subject. This is a step that some people use to cut down the expense of their wedding. Could this also be great to provide more sacredness to the event? Everyone there (who would be eye witnesses) would be either single, separated, or divorced, and if you bring someone as a date to the wedding you would have to be married to the person or engaged to be married. In my opinion, you would invite your family, friends, loved ones, bosses, co-workers, etc., to be guests (eye witnesses) to your wedding! If they brought someone along with them it would be to experience the wedding! To enjoy and celebrate!

It could also provide an opportunity for those who are single to meet other potential singles and if the Lord says the same, possible future spouses. It also could encourage and strengthen the stance of “marriage”. 

On the other hand, no pun intended. By not allowing those who are not married and are dating, courting, or just friends to come together as dates or an invited friend, prevents them the opportunity to be exposed to a wedding or marriage ceremony.

Perhaps, by them coming to the wedding, it may spark the desire to marry the person that they brought. Or to be married, period. Or to realize, this is not the person I want to marry. You never know the effect it would have on a person.

It would be accurate to say that it has it pros and cons. How about you? Will you utilize a “No Ring, No Bring” policy at your wedding?

Until Next Time,

Bridget Denise Webb

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Today’s Inspirational Verse© – 12/14/16

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Today’s Inspirational Quote©

Dear Married Men,

It is therefore evident that you and I have nothing in common! Even friendship is off limits because I believe that a good found relationship/marriage is based off a good sound friendship!
The bible clearly states: He that findeth a wife, findeth a good thing. So if you haven’t found the good in your wife, you definitely won’t fnd it in me or any other woman for that matter. Time to do some soul searching, (prayer is the key, faith unlocks the door) A husband and wife should compliment each other! It takes two, you both must work at it together! ‪#‎HappyWifeEqualsHappyLife‬

Ladies: Love yourself enough and don’t sell yourself short/cheap stating to his wife: “He came to me because you couldn’t/didn’t give him what he needs”! smh Come on ladies do you honestly believe that he will find it in you? Ijs‪#‎AbsolutelyNot‬

-Same goes for married woman-

I am wonderfully and beautifully made and coming with the whole package, and I most definitely need/deserve and gotta have the whole package! God is preparing him and me for greater!!! ‪#‎IBelieveIt‬ ‪#‎IReceiveIt‬ ‪#‎InGodsTimingOnly – Regina Lee

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If you continue to take, take, take and never give, give, give, you block the reciprocation of giving and it being given back to you. – Bridget Denise Webb©

“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again” – Jesus  (Luke 6:38) (KJV)

Once it leaves your hand there is a cycle that takes affect. A cycle of it returning back to you.

Picture the starting point of a circle. The circle is not complete until the end of the circle meets the start of the circle.

In fact, it cannot successfully be called a circle without this process taking place. It must be circular in form. It must have a starting point and a ending point. It must return back to it’s starting point.

Likewise with giving it must reciprocate. It must make a return for something done or given.

This is a no-fail giving principle! It shall be given unto to you! Jesus said it!

GIVE, for it will surely be given back to you! 🙂

Disclaimer: Knowing when to give, what to give, and what to give to, is of the essence. Allow God to direct you and you will be just fine.

Until Next Time,

Bridget Denise Webb

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Today’s Inspirational Quote

Budgets! You love’em! You hate’em! You need’em! – Need To Know Basics

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