by Joshua Ohlman at his father Vaughn Ohlman’s site True Love Doesn’t Wait – Betrothal Announcement
Here is the announcement that Joshua sent to his home church in Lubbock:
“Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD.”
I would like to praise God for making me a recipient of the blessings found in the verse above. A week ago Friday I had the incredible blessing of flying to Michigan and meeting and betrothing to myself a wonderful woman who had been known as Laura Camp, and who we now call Laura Ohlman (betrothed).
When my family decided to go the betrothal route in the path to marriage, a decision I fully supported, I was forced to put my faith in God that my father would find me a Godly wife, and that He would bless us with an abiding love for each other. That faith has been rewarded with a measure filled to the brim, pressed down and overflowing. Although I met Laura only two hours before we were bound in our betrothal covenant I could not be more happy with her as God’s gift to me. Our love for each other grows daily (indeed hourly) and we and our families have all been greatly blessed by the betrothal process.
God’s hand has been clearly evident throughout this process. We are working on a story that lays out many of the details, but suffice it for now to say that without the Lord’s hand I would not be betrothed to my wonderful Laura.
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