These women are known to stand outside of hotels or slip into the VIP section of clubs in order to make it happen.
Each one believes that her future will change for the better if these men only caught one glimpse of them.
The Preacher is not for the weak of heart, it strikes down on what you believe it will be and constantly makes you let go of any sort of forward thinking regarding the direction it will head. I recommend it wholeheartedly for anyone willing to "waste their time" with a good show.
You cannot possibly fathom who the characters are, you cannot predict where they will go, I found that just letting go of any critical thinking while watching, and just enjoying where the show takes you makes for a wonderful experience.
This simple little guideline should get you started on the right path toward figuring out if you’re truly dating a wanna-be preacher or not.Introducing a preacher before the sermon is a job that is reserved for the LEGALLY married! Don’t assume you have to work altars with the preacher just because you are dating him.If they have armor bearers, you need to have a seat! You don’t have to stand at the altar and stretch your hands speaking in tongues making it obvious you are covering them in prayer. Get off the front row and stop trying to pre-fill the role! He is not obligated to acknowledge you as their significant other just because you all are dating.And when we pray for our food, it’s usually a mumbled mess of hasty thanks, and then we’re quickly digging in to our bountiful blessings. However, a preacher-in-training is always ready to share a quick word from the Lord. If they do…set their Bible in-between you and them while on dates.Their color-coded-according-to-importance highlighted Bible is perpetually open to that one Scripture they’ve had a particularly poignant thought on—even if that same thought has been shared 47 other times before. Because, even if they are holier than you, you can’t be trusted to keep your hands off them, you hooligan.These persistent and dedicated women have been labeled “groupies,” “side-chicks” and even “stalkers.” However, athletes and musicians are not the only men of stature whom some women desire. In writer Scott Williams’s blog post, Stop Lusting After Your Pastor!