His post started out with, “#You Waiting On Boaz but at the same time can’t be “found.” I believe he put quotes around the word “found” because of the verse in Proverbs which says, “He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.” He continued with this: Single women love to quote “I’m waiting on my Boaz. You can’t just sit back and hope God will send a man down your chimney (okay that’s a little far-fetched lol) or your doorstep.(Several don’t know who he is) Anyway, listen carefully, Boaz is dead. There are a lot of great men in the Bible that possessed great qualities of being a husband beside Boaz. Several years ago, I wrote a post asking the question, “Are you positioned to be found?They won’t send an email because they are waiting for him to find her.How on earth will he find you amongst the 40 million people using online dating? Sending an email online is equivalent to saying hello in person. Before I met my love, I said hello to a lot of guys.After our first phone conversation, I said to myself, there’s something about this guy. Because I intentionally called him from a blocked number, he couldn’t call me. Christ Servant86 added this to his Instagram post, “There’s no sin in introducing yourself to a guy.” No sin whatsoever!I did that just in case his elevator didn’t go all the way to the top. Christian women sign up to online dating yet they don’t participate in the process.For Ruth and Naomi, they needed sovereignty and in essence a fresh start.The Book of Ruth provides many relationship lessons that perpetuate the meaning of true love.
We exchanged a few emails, he sent his number and I agreed to give him a call. We agreed to meet up in Manhattan and it was a connection at first sight. Last week he took me to Florida to meet his family; my future According to Statistics Brain, there are currently 16,500,00 people on Eharmony and 23,575,00 people on looking for love. Here’s my one online dating tip for ladies, especially Christian single ladies: Participate in the process.The couple’s two sons both married when they moved to Moab.Later tragically, Naomi’s husband and two sons died.Naomi and her daughter-in-law Ruth decided to move back to Bethlehem in Judah because they were heartbroken and lost.Ruth was a Moabite woman and was considered to be a foreigner in Judah, which was a huge deal in their culture at that time.