They would look crazy as a man or woman of God acknowledging somebody new every time they preach! It’s called knowing protocol and the posture of ministry. Do not start arguments before the man of God gets ready to minister…even while on consecration or preparing earlier in the week. Don’t get mad when the Holy Ghost shifts them and the power of God is still too strong after the service and they can’t go out to eat as promised. Don’t get mad when the Lord calls them to a shut in or seclusion and they can’t even explain why they can’t talk for several days. Ya’ll ain’t married he does not have to ask for your permission. You don’t have to call them praying everyday and laying hands to let them know you are are covering them.Sometimes being a silent weapon in their lives is all they need. Don’t introduce yourself to all of their exes at the services while hanging on their arm to let everyone know you are the new piece! Don’t hang over their shoulder (unless asked) after service while they are fellowshipping and possibly still under the anointing ministering to people but you busy trying to get acknowledged. Stop over-killing trying to take bags, offer juice, tell them you’re going to crank the car, etc…(again trying to let people know you are dating) 14.
He is a great man; however, I know great responsibilities come with being a PW and I'm not sure if I'm ready for that.An aide reminded me that it being Tuesday morning, he was in a cabinet meeting, and that’s why his mobile phone was transferred.She suggested I ring back in the afternoon, which I did.He feels that God made me for him but I'm not sure if I feel the same.Everything is happening so fast that I'm now being questioned by his congregation about our relationship and if I'm ready to be their First Lady (but we aren't engaged and haven't told anyone that we are dating).