Protected: On being engaged — 7 Jul, 2016 This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: Related Chris love, love, love this! All but one line are perfect (proofreading alert): “…tends and a wedding day….Good, useful…” instead of “…tents and a wedding day… good, useful…” Julie Wang’ombe Thanks Chris…edited!:-) Chris Gatihi You sound like an engaged woman who has already been married for ten years. This is God-given wisdom from above, sister. Thank you for writing this. And remember to come back to it again and again and again! Chris Gatihi Oh and I forgot to mention that God has given you the ability to flat-out write! =) The more I read and the more I try to write (though I don’t do much of the latter), the more I realize how much of a craft it is to do so effectively and beautifully. Though it’s often a struggle, I dare not begrudge his generosity to give minas to others that He hasn’t given to me–or that He’s given to me in a far lesser measure. Keep on writing, sister. Soli Deo Gloria indeed! Kamata Mbugua “Unfortunately, in this world it is easy to forget that being engaged is weighty. It is easy to get lost in a world of frivolity. It is easy to see the engagement period as merely a time for reverie and not also a time for reverence; a time to delve deeply into details about a wedding without mulling over the meaning of marriage.” Sobering and quite thought provoking. Keep on writing as the Lord God leads.Great stuff! simba213 Soli Deo Gloria!