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introduction of our family

I hate doing these. It is like selling yourself. LOL.
My name is AL and my wonderful wife of 10 years is Ellen. We met online in a chat room and married about a month after we met in chat. We met face to face for the first an hour before our wedding. We have 2 wonderful children ages 3 and 9. My wife came to me years ago about Polygamy said God had called us to it. I rejected that notion quickly but agreed to pray and seek God. I knew in my heart that seeking God I would prove her wrong. Wow was I shocked when I found God had truly called His people to walk in this. We have been rejected by friends and family for our belief in Godly bible based polygamy. MY wife and I have a large age difference but we know God chose us to be man and wife. After all age is just a number. I am 53 and my wife is 29. We would love to find a sisterwife that is Godly but not caught up in religious trappings. WE are open to a woman with children and a woman aged 25-45. But also a woman older or younger if God so desires. We have a ministry that we would like her to be a part of. We are not part of any denomination and mostly shun the church world. We were told we werent welcome at a church because we are an inter racial couple. If you would like to know more about us or our walk with the Lord feel free to ask.
AL

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Poly and disunity, disharmony, division & disobedience

Well Tejero accepted Pastor Whitten’s challenge and tried to teach his ladies about Biblical "wife submission". Excuse my sarcasm, but how could he be so blessed?!?!?!?!?!? One of his ladies told him that all those Scriptures about wives submitting themselves to their husbands are not for today because today’s woman is so much better educated and sophisticated. Sometimes I am tempted to think she is a reincarnation of Job’s wife. She agrees that she is Tejero’s wife in health, wealth, for better but not for worse. Tejero’s second lady, formerly a deaconess, told him that he is incorrectly teaching the Word, that she knows the Word better than him, so she doesn’t have to submit to him. His third lady has come to believe that polygyny was for then and not for now, and demoted him to best friend status. His other two were not good to her. And the crowning joy is that he appears to be maritally bound to them as long as they want to be his ladies (1 Cor 7:11,12,15), as long as they both live (1 Cor 7:10,11,39). Showers of blessings. The miracle is that Tejero still Loves them.
***Matthew 10:35 For I have come to part asunder a man from his father, and a daughter from her mother, and a [a]newly married wife from her mother-in-law– 36 And a man’s foes will be they of his own household. 37 He who loves [and takes more pleasure in] father or mother more than [in] Me is not worthy of Me; and he who loves [and takes more pleasure in] son or daughter more than [in] Me is not worthy of Me;

He can’t do Matthew 18:16,17 with them since their pastors have no respect for him and do not accept their relationship. They would not accept a BF delegation. It’s in the Lord’s hands. At least the one who has chosen "best friend" status with him has told him that when he needs help with daily living activities, she will be available to help him if he can pay her. Wife #1 told him that he is on his own if he needs assistance if his health fails. Wife #2 told him she is av…

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No Kids

A lot of folks here seem way younger than my wife and I (50 & 56 respectively). The woman I am considering is also our age (57). There would be no minor children involved. My wife and I have been married 17 years and T, the woman I am thinking about has never been married or had children. I dated her in college (we both believed in and practiced chastity) and I broke off the relationship after I returned from a brief stint in SE Asia in ’72. I came back with my head really messed up and eventually dropped out of school. I reconnected with her recently. One of the things she said to me was that I was the only guy she had ever considered marrying. Wow – that was a pretty heavy load to accept. At this point I’m not even sure if she’d have an interest in getting married and I haven’t ever discussed PM with her. I do know she is a strong Christian. If my first wife and T were in agreement, I would add her to our family in a heartbeat.

I’d like some feedback about whether folks think this would still be within the Biblical purpose behind PM since we would be unlikely to have kids to rear. I have grandkids that I adore, But I’m not sure I’d even want to start raising another infant. :?

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Gold Diggers

Here is another personal poly dilemma. When I first got married, I had potential but not many accomplishments due to my young age. I never even gave the slightest thought to the existence of gold diggers. Many years have passed, and now I am considering the possibility of a second wife, and am very concerned about gold diggers. The problem being this – I have a lot of accomplishments, and they are very public – business and property interests. It is blatantly obvious to any potential second wife that I am wealthy. And my original wife, who is not even slightly materialistic, is quite rightly concerned that the wealth that she and our children have is going to be lost to some sweet young thing who sees a pot of gold. And it sort of ties into another post I made about asking the father of the bride for his daughter’s hand. To somehow overcome his litany of objections to polygamy, I thought I would outline my proven achievements in life. But then I am practically saying "I am gold, dig here". Any thoughts or suggestions?

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Our Polygamy Story

Hello All,

Recently my first wife and I have come into the knowledge that polygamy is not a sin and have in fact been called to it. Here is a condensed version of hte journey that the Lord has taken us on.

My wife and I grew up in two small neighboring towns. We attended the same church throughout our late adolescent and teenage years. The church we attended was pastored by the father of my best friend and college roommate. We were both saved at an early age and have been very passionate about pursuing a relationship with Christ our Lord and Savior. One of the most prominent things we were taught is that the word of God reigns supreme, and studying it is key to understanding who God is and what He has in store for us. We both diligently study the word of God during our teenage years learning how to rightly divide the word of God. Shortly before I left for engineering college at Letourneau University I asked Sue to date me with the intentions that we would some day, marry. We broke up during this time, completely due to a misunderstanding, which would not be resolved till the end of the summer; and during this time Sue considered, although however briefly, the idea of marrying an individual who was polygamous. I was contacted by one of her friends, namely Fey, who at the time was dating my best friend, who was my room mate at college, and asked if I could please talk to Sue because she was thinking about some pretty crazy things, like polygamy. Although I did not have any moral convictions on polygamy being right or wrong. I did relate it to Mormonism because of past dealings with Mormon missionaries and studying to refute their doctrine. I reviewed the subject briefly, but being swamped by my school load, only found that the subject needed more attention. I related to my wife to be that it would be social suicide, but I did not have any moral answers to give her. During my time at college not only was a I required to take 12 additional bible classes, but my theolog…

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From Russia with Love!

Hello Biblical Families! :)

I am Glenn and my fabulous wife is Elena. We have enjoyed reading your wonderful posts, and there are many we continuing to read. We have a fabulous, rock solid marriage of 14 years, and we have a beautiful 2 year 8 month son. :) We thought that we had a fertility problem, but it ended up being a minor problem. I met my wife in Russia in 1995, and our toddler speaks mostly Russian because he will be heavily exposed to English when he goes to school unless we home school him. We hope to have another child next year. We have no family remaining in America after tragically losing my mother last June who lived with us during our 14 year marriage. She was as close to my wife as me, and losing her left a huge gap in our lives. We never thought about PM until losing her, and this is when we discovered your site. Since last August, I began exploring many Russian dating sites similar to the way I did the first time when I went to Russia in 1995, but I did not meet my wife in Russia through any type of agency. Our unexpected meeting in Russia is quite a story, and I thank God we met. :) Though many Russians are not open to PM, we found a terrific Russian girl (very similar to us), and my wife and I often speak with her by phone and Skype. It already feels like she’s a part of our family. :) It’s been an interesting journey, and now we have to decide if we will truly take this PM step. We are praying hard and with time and patience, we should know the answer. Could you please help us with a couple of starter questions? One, health insurance. Do PM people purchase a separate plan? I am a teacher, and I cannot add a second wife to our health plan. Maybe in the future this will change? Second, children. Do PM children keep their parents lifestyle a secret, especially as they become older? I could not allow anyone in my profession to know about PM as it could be risky to my career. I’m not worried about churches, as I’m sure that we c…

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I’m Back

I used to be on here as BobNSandy , but alas My good wife of 38 years passed away in Sept2010 due to cancer.
I am adjusting to the fact that she is gone, she will always be part of my, but I have to "move on" I would like to hear from others about how long I should wait before I start looking, and where can I meet women ok with plural marriage?

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