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After I was first converted, my best friend told me that he was praying for a wife who would be wise, godly, prudent, humble, beautiful, sacrificial and probably 20 other attributes. It never struck me that I could also pray so many specifics when asking the Lord to bring me a wife. Needless to say, I immediately began to do so. The Lord answered my prayers in less than a year. I met Anna when I was She was My heart stopped when I first saw her. While her physical beauty first captured my attention, it was her spiritual and inner beauty that won my heart.
On our second date, I told her that I thought she would make an amazing wife maybe not the best thing to tell someone on your second date ; nevertheless, I knew that God had answered my prayer to bring me a godly woman who would have all the characteristics for which I had fervently prayed. Though we have been through numerous moves, schooling, the loss of a parent, ministry challenges, difficult transitions and many other trying circumstances, she remains unmovable in her commitment to Christ, to me and to our boys. Anna has exemplified a quiet selflessness in opening our home to thousands of people throughout our marriage.
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