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I know some of you, who follow my blog, have read about my “list” of the things I want in a mate. Yes, he meets most of them BUT he is a preacher! There is nothing wrong with being a preacher, but how do you “date” a preacher? It’s bad enough that he makes comments about sex, etc and I always respond, “You will NOT lead me to hell,” when in reality I am more worried about me being a temptress and leading him to hell. (Don’t judge me! I’m being honest here!)
By now, you all know that I am not a Saint and I try to do the right thing, however, the question still remains, “How does one DATE a preacher?” Do you allow him to kiss you good night and if you do, does he kiss you on the lips or the forehead? I know that he is still a man, although he is a preacher but there are some things that you just can’t say or do with a man of God. For instance, sex, you can’t do that with a preacher!! I know some of you are laughing, while others may be shaking your heads, but I am serious! You don’t buy a car without test driving it first, right? I have to know exactly what I am getting myself into. Let’s just say that we dated for a long period of time, got engaged and married without ever having sex and then the sex was wack? Is that grounds for divorce? To me it is! I don’t want to go through the rest of my life having wack sex! I know some of you will argue that sex isn’t everything. Those people are probably the same ones that have never had good sex or have decided to settle for wack sex in exchange for other things in a marriage. I’m sorry but I don’t think, excuse me…I KNOW that I could not do that! Plus, could you see me as the church’s First Lady? We would end up without any members because of my mouth! Sounds awful but I am being completely honest!!
I recently heard from a friend who basically said, “You are single by choice because it’s definitely not from lack of choices.” This is true and I know that I am very picky but I think that my fear of dating a preacher is that I am not completely “right” with the Lord and I don’t want my bad habits to rub off on him. I don’t want to tempt or corrupt a man of god, therefore, I have chosen to ignore the preacher’s flirting and decided that we should just remain friends. That way, my conscience is clear and I don’t go to hell for being the snake that tempts the preacher to just take a bite of my apple.