Here are 4 signs God is protecting you from a bad relationship with a woman
Sometimes Satan gains a foothold into our lives when we believe the statement, “It’s not that simple.” Sometimes it really is that simple. Sometimes the situation appears complicated, but it’s actually not.
There is a difference between God showing “favoritism” compared to God showing “favor.”
What does the Bible say about cheating?
“Why did God let my ex cheat on me and then get into another relationship before he blessed me with a new relationship?” “Why did God allow me to get hurt so bad while it seems like this person who was unfaithful is happy and blessed?” “What will God do about this person’s sins against me?”
Miscommunication with someone is not an automatic sign the relationship is over. In some cases, God will actually use miscommunication to help reveal “the one” to you.
By focusing on women in this article, I’m not saying some of these points don’t apply to men. I’m simply trying to stay focused on women in this article even if there would be some overlap in some areas with men.
The more we desire something, the more we worry about getting it. Sometimes the worry can get so bad, so all-consuming, so unbearable, that we actually just want to give up the desire itself so we can escape all the anxiety attached to this desire.
The definition of “counterfeit” is “made in exact imitation of something valuable or important with the intention to deceive.”
Here are 4 reasons God is allowing your heart to ache for someone.
Is it the right time to date that person? To move to a different state? To go back to school? To start that business? Are you about to miss your window?