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Serious about the Faith of Jesus, yet enjoying wholesome fun times with a natural sense of humor. I have frequently taught the adult SS class, get along well with youth, and as a grandfather and great-grandpa, keep active physically and mentally. I do a lot of Internet research, some writing including poetry. As a musician (majored in clarinet), I get involved with special church music from solos to duets, quartet or choir. Having been single over thirty years, I would like to now have a companion who also reads music with a good voice compatible with my 2nd tenor/baritone range. She will like to have fun, to travel, and above all be deeply committed to Jesus and His Truth, and thus loyal to her marriage vows.
|Location||Lagrange, GA, USA|
|Height||6' 0" (182 cm)|
|Religious Involvement||every week|
|Field of Work||Marketing|
|Ethnicity||Caucasian / White|
|Timeliness||I am usually on time|
|As for fashion||I don't care about the latest fashions|
|Age||Between 42 and 70 years old|
|Height||Between 5' 1" (154 cm) and 5' 11" (180 cm)|
|Body Type||Slender, Athletic, Average, Full-figured|
|Education||High School, Technical School, Associate degree, Professional degree, Some College, Bachelor's degree, Graduate Student, Master's degree, Doctoral degree|
|Religious Activity||several times a year, once or twice a month, every week|
|Ethnicity||Asian, Black / African descent, Caucasian / White, East Indian, Hispanic / Latino, Middle Eastern, Other|
Go out to eat, to a concert, or other event venue.
That it's best to be the real "you," without any kind of charade, put-ons, games, or false dependencies. We are all works in progress, so a mate should be committed to helping the other be the best he/she can be in that developmental process.
Being a Seventh-day Adventist means having not only made a nominal profession, but researched and scrutinized one's belief system, roots, and direction. Purpose in life has to priortize Jesus above even earthly friends and family. . . "Christ in you, the hope of glory."
Completing some invention and musical composition projects that had to be put on the back burner due to divorce.
I would have to say Hebrews 11 because it clearly defines and lays out the results of true faith; that faulty human beings can wind up being eternally saved by full surrender to the will of Omniscience; that after all, we can't know enough in our limited physical dimension to even know what's right, let alone make the right choices on our own without the surrender of our will to His.
One photo reveals a snapshot into the outreach I have been personally doing with some inner-city kids over the past 14 years. His sister and some cousins depend on me to be the man in their life(= spend money!). Finally, the woman I am looking for would be one of conviction, one who will take a stand for what she believes in, even against the tide of popularity. She will have kept up her physical appearance, without being much overweight and flabby. She will be gracious, of cheerful personality, confident and mentally active. I have been a nonconformist most of my life, even what some would consider a renegade. I do not have a "success" career path, pension or retirement nest egg. If that is your security and comfort zone, then we're not a match. More details if we click. I expect to retire in the New Earth, and work and witness to that end. If we as SDA's really knew our mission, we would not be here just playing church. Numbers growth? Yes, we have it. Are we really separate from the world? The reason we're still in this world is because of failure to implement our Lord's plan of True Education and Medical Missionary work. We have compared ourselves "among ourselves." And so we have a "king" to be like the nations 'round us. There are two paragraphs that more clearly define my philosophy: "The greatest want of the world. . ." Ed 57; and, "There is a more important question that should engage our attention. . ." GC 48. If you subscribe to these truths, we can relate.