Frank Chase Jr + edited by Coach AbbeyG 

How do I find Mr. Right? 

It’s a question women have been wanting the answers to for ages! OK, ladies, sit back and relax as the maestro, Frank Chase Jr., fills in the blanks. Like a skilled and seasoned conductor, Frank takes you on a delightful journey very few women have traveled. Know this; the women who have taken this journey are thrilled that they did. It’s your turn now! True love will find… just follow the instructions!

He’s cute. He’s got a six pack. He’s got muscles that can turn the average woman’s head and make her think he’s the right and only man for her. I know this may sound trite. But some people base decisions on who they’ll spend their lives with by outward appearances. Am I suggesting there’s something wrong with looking good? No! But God looks at the heart. It’s time for women to examine a man’s heart not his biceps or his wallet, if she truly wants to find Mr. Right.

But who is Mr. Right anyway?

Why are so many women enlisted in the Army of the Hook-up with Mr. Right?

Why are they busy traveling the love lanes of life, working overtime searching for the man of their dreams or the man they read about in steamy, fairy-tale love novels?

Novels with tantalizing titles like Wet and WildTempting Danger,ManhandlingLost in SensationUntamedHoney and the Hired HandA Date on Cloud Nine and Bold Wolf, may foster images of men that become standards women look for.

But do these types of books inform or create a false agenda for a woman’s measurement of the value of men?

I’d say it creates a false intimacy and an expectation that doesn’t exist. The end of the love novel leaves warm fuzzies on a woman’s mind, but the aftereffects are like an infection, which confuses them as they evaluate men based on fictional criteria while hoping that a particular man will be the perfect leading man.

That’s a recipe for failed relationships.

We must remember there are many good men in this world and to some that may seem like an understatement. Women, there’s effort involved in understanding the nature of a God-Made man. He may be a thug now, but when God finishes him, he’ll be a prince.

From a spiritual perspective, a woman on the look-out for Mr. Right could end with Mr. Wrong on the False Roads to Womanhood. One false road is pouring your energy and time into nailing down the best man instead of learning about the issues that make up the man called Mr. Right. For example, we often don’t spend enough time on ourselves as men and women so we can be the husbands or wives God called us to be. Ask yourself this question: Have you traveled the halls of knowledge and wisdom to learn about the intricacies of a man?

Don’t get me wrong; I’m not insensitive about the shortage of men and I’m not ignorant of the problem facing today’s woman in following the proverbial rulebook in meeting the Mr. Rights and falling in love.

But what makes a man Mr. Right?

Is it his muscles, a white-collar job, and a six-figure salary in a high-rise office building? That’s all good. But what about trash men and dirty construction workers? Do you kick them to the curb because they don’t meet the standard? If you’re on that slippery slope, watch out because the curtain is about to rise on a drama of epic proportions. Why?

To be continued! Look out for PART 2 tomorrow. You don’t want to miss it …

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