Being single is not an easy process. Waiting on God to bless you with a husband is not an easy process. We often think, "when is it my turn? Why has God not bless me yet?" We see other married couples wishing that were us because they seem so happy. We lone to be married. Sometimes we get so caught up in longing to be married that we lose sight of our purpose. Our purpose is to please God, to seek after him. Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, then
I wear the S on my chest with pride. Don't judge me from what you see on the outside. I am built and made strong. I tackle many demons that may cause some to shiver. It may look like I'm falling or breaking, but I am not even close. The strength I have continues to build as the stakes get higher. You may look at me like I have it all together, but you have no idea what it took to get here. I am strong, I am wise. I make mistakes, but I don't allow my mistakes to define me. Th
Though you have been single and waiting on God's promise of marriage to come to pass, don't give up on God. He is an on time God and if he said it, he will do it. Don't lose your belief, trust, reliance and assurance of God. Your time will come. Ignore the negative comments from people, ignore those thoughts that you are unloved, there is no one out there for you, and no one wants you. God loves you and because he loves you, you are more than enough. You don't have to g
Singleness is an opportunity for one to maximize their time seeking God. When one seeks God consistently, wisdom, understanding, discernment and revelation kick in and with spiritual eyes one can see what relationships to avoid.
Does the holiday season give you the flux? I know as women we typically take on a lot. We are professional multi-taskers. I've found single parents work even harder during the holidays to over-compensate for what they feel their children lack due to a missing partner. Some people dread the holidays because you have the image of laying by the fire and cuddling. Watching Christmas movies and caroling. Looking dreamily into each others eyes and saying "I love you." In actuality,