Friday, August 13, 2010

The Bible Challenge: Hot Cake

People always say "cutie pie" for little kids. What would you call a guy? A hot cake. From boy bands to Twilight, actors to male models, there's many cute guys. (uncomfortable subject...)

But, when you walk on the street, and you're like "hot cake!" what are you looking at? Their personality, or their looks??? Their looks are what you're REALLY seeing. This verse doesn't REALLY have to do with that, but it has to do with much of what matters in love.

When you love God, nothing else really matters as much, just like with earthly love. Since God is above all anyway, you should love Him more than the person you love most. Awkward subject, yes it is. Awkward blog post, YES IT IS.

Song Of Solomon 1:14-16
(Beloved) My lover is to me a cluster of henna blossoms from the vineyards of En Gedi. (Lover) How beautiful you are, my darling! Oh, how beautiful! Your eyes are like doves. (Beloved) How handsome you are, my lover! Oh, how charming! And our bed is verdant.

I call this a beautiful verse(s). It's so simple to follow, just as one of our previous challenges, "Boyfriends are SO over-rated!" It's like, you can almost SEE what they're talking about! It's very... visual.

I really like how it's so... romantic and visual, yet honest and beautiful. Next time you see someone who just makes you want to die right there, make sure you think of these things:

-Are they Christian???
-Do they belong to a church, possibly YOUR church???
-Are you SURE they're a Christian???
-Is this someone you'll waste your time on, or someone worth it???
-Are you POSITIVE they're a Christian???
-Do they know your NAME???
-In case you didn't see, you want them to be a Christian...

That's all you need! Other tips:

-Dating requires an age of 18 and up. (excluding Homecoming and Prom.)
-You should marry a Christian, according to the Bible. (and according to JBQ)

Enough love talk! Back to blog talk!

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