“Dear, my future wife… I don’t know if we’ve ever met. Maybe I’ve seen you or I just haven’t met you yet.I don’t know who you are in this particular time. Maybe you are my sister’s friend, my friend’s sister, my friend’s friend, or whatsoever.
I don’t know what you are feeling right now. Maybe you’re disappointed with your parents. Maybe you’re tired of your (home)works. Maybe you’re feeling a deep excitement because of your-currently-boyfriend. Maybe you’re laughing right now because of something fun.
I don’t even know if you’d ever read this.But I know that we will meet someday.I know that your toughness will make me stand still.I know that your laughter will make me never want to miss one day without you.
So, let’s make a deal. Let’s pray for each other. Not until we meet, not until we are married, but until the end. For praying is our source of power.
While doing it, let’s do something.Do your (home)works. Keep learning something new. Read a new book. Watch some bad-ass movies. Travel to anywhere. Sing some beauties. Help people. Grow in fellowship and discipleship.
Don’t worry if you’d do some mistakes.Because to err is human, but to forgive is divine.
See you someday, mother of my child(ren), woman of Proverbs 31:30, my very best friend of God.”
I’m honestly dam* melting. 🙂