First Time ... Second Time ... Talking Eyes! CHECK THIS!

Every married man is permitted to look at another woman just once. 

The first time you see a woman or a lady sees a man, it is by purely, mere chance or mistake. The second look will make you know what made you look the first time. 

It may end there or usually goes beyond this. When you discover what caught your attention, be it her shape, dressing, perfume, personality, wealth, skin, hair, looks, physique, career, etc the temptation is to like or rather lust after that person.

Instead of yielding to the temptation to keep looking and possibly have eye contact, keep your eyes away. The second, third, and fourth looks are usually never innocent. It is also good to know that eyes do not just see, they speak a deeper language than the mouth because they are a doorway into your soul.

Eyes are strong turn on points that trigger emotions and hormones that change ordinary moods to a romantic world. It is the norm goal for ladies to be shy, avoid any direct eye contact with a guy.

But a lady who is much interested in being closer to you will make a constant gaze at you that will move you to her side.
First Time ... Second Time ... Talking Eyes! CHECK THIS!
First Time ... Second Time ... Talking Eyes! CHECK THIS!
It's hard but it will keep you pure. Today agree with your eyes that you will keep right before God: "I made a covenant with my eyes not to look lustfully at a girl." (Job 31:1) ... "I will set no wicked thing before mine eyes." (Psalm 101:3 KJV).

That's what real men and women do. You may criticize this piece but I guess you know what I am talking about! Great day!

Have a wonderful and blessed day. Amen.

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