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Anyone here who wants to find the one. Looking for a lifetime partner who is in the same faith.,

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Don't look God will provide Seek first the kingdom and all His righeousness and He will surely provide.  He did for me 4 years and counting.

MAYBE GOD WILL PROVIDE AND MAYBE HE WONT.  BUT YOU CAN ASK HIM FOR WISDOM AND DISCERNMENT AND EVEN A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK TO HELP YOU FIND SOME ONE.

GOOD LUCK. 

THERE ARE MANY GERMANS IN GERMANY.

why does she has to look  for  Filipinos? pls stop this noncence

Marriage is something really serious so The best that I can give anyone is fast and pray so he will lead you in the right direction.

Marriage is something really serious so the best advice that I can give anyone is fast and pray so he will lead you in the right direction.

I'd recommend searching the Facebook Adventist communities.  You can usually find an active page in every hemisphere with various events/interest.

My best advice while there would be to expand your horizon in the friend zone first.  Talk and get to know people, even ones you're not interested in dating.  There's a saying here which goes "the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence."  It essentially means that f you start looking too hard in areas you know little about you may find yourself in a situation/relationship you regret. 

Not to dismay you but to my understanding this site hasn't taken on new members for years now.  As such you may have a difficult time finding someone suitable/interested regardless of your efforts.

NO, DONT DO THAT.

Your paranoia might be getting the better of you.  Not every Facebook group is saturated with westernized nonsense.  In some parts of the world it's actually an effective means of communication outside of selfies and emojiis.

MAYBE, BUT IT IS BETTER TO MEET SOMEONE IN PERSON, LOTS OF CREEPS IN WEBSITES, EVEN SDA WEBSITES.

Of course, that's why I made the "the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence" reference and encouraged interacting with people in the friend zone as a means of feeling them out.  I'd also say the same thing to people looking for a relationship in real life.

To be honest if someones looking to network it shouldn't matter where as long as they are careful and looking to God for direction.  I will say at least on facebook they have an opportunity to see how their SDA peers interact with others in groups that go beyond dating.  Also, since they post group events there are real photos to accompany them if they participate.  On forums like this and dating sites it's usually a facade of avatars representing somewhat atypical SDA members.

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