A comment from my introduction: #2 I hope you feel inspired to blog on your unique perspective on polygamy. That would be fascinating, I think.
Since the man and the woman need each other to live where Father lives, if I prove worthy to live there, I will need a man. I suspect that man will already have a woman. I would hope the woman would be willing to share her man so I can be there.
Orson Scott Cardâ€™s character Dinah Kirkham Smith in Woman of Destiny/Saints predicted, â€œIn twenty years, a generation of daughters will have grown up knowing that in Godâ€™s Kingdom no man is owned, nor any woman. They will enter into marriage, not caring who was first and who was second, not competing among the wives for mastery, but rather being sisters and upholding each other.â€?
I desire to be married. I haven’t had the opportunity to marry. I could accept not “owning” a husband but sharing him with another when the goal is building up the kingdom and living in righteousness. Since I’ve never been married perhaps I’m unrealistic.