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Monday, 17 September 2007
Will you marry me? Will you be my wife?
These beautiful words were spoken to me on Thursday, 18 September 2007 on a bridge overlooking a little stream which flowed behind a little white church built in 1895.
They were responded to on my part with some other words,??I would love to marry you! Yes. I will be your wife. ??
You can see the bridge in the picture above where my fiancé, Pete de Deugd, proposed to me.
More Beautiful Words Our world doesn’t understand love or romance and this is evident in the words they use. But we Christians have every reason to truly understand these concepts and rejoice in the use of these beautiful words which are somewhat old-fashioned but pure and that speak of all that is good and right.
AdmirerNoun: a man who is attracted by a particular woman; someone who esteems or respects or approves.
Verb (admire): to regard with wonder, pleasure, or approval.
Noun: Attendant suitor of a lady.
BelovedAdjective: greatly loved; dear to the heart. Noun: a person who is greatly loved.
CherishVerb: to treat with affection and tenderness; hold dear.
DarlingNoun: a special loved one; a lovable person; one that is greatly liked or preferred; a favourite.
DearestAdjective: precious in one’s regard; cherished; heartfelt; earnest. Noun: a beloved person; used as terms of endearment.
FiancéNoun: a person to whom one is engaged to be married.
IntendedNoun (informal): the person one plans to marry.
SmittenAdjective: Very much in love.
SuitorNoun: a man who courts or woos a woman. An old word for a man who tries to gain the love of a woman.
WooVerb: to seek the favour, affection, or love of, esp. with a view to marriage; to seek to win.
For the Greater Glory of God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,
Genevieve SmithIssacharian Daughter
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