1 Kings 19:14-18
Some Christian singles are perfectly content remaining single, which means they are probably called to a life of singleness. While we should all find our ultimate contentment and joy in Christ, it’s okay to not want to be single as long as your ultimate joy is in Christ. Marriage is a blessing for those who want it.
So if you are in a season of unwanted singleness, here are 5 negative thought patterns that could be keeping you single which God wants you to reject.
When I’m using the phrase “give someone a chance,” I’m leaving that open to your interpretation. God may be leading you to just become better friends withs someone while you open your heart to the possibility of dating them one day. God may be leading you to go on a few dates with someone without officially becoming a couple with him or her. Or the Lord could be leading you to actually date this person in an official relationship.
Either way, here are 5 peculiar things that often happen when the Lord is leading you to give someone a chance.
Here are 3 confusing things God will often use to help you know you’ve met the one he wants you to marry one day.
Here are 5 crazy things that God allows to happen sometimes as a way of letting you know he wants you to move on from a bad relationship.
Here are 3 things that often happen when God is giving you the boldness that is needed to form a godly bond with someone.
If you are a Christian single woman who wants to be married to a godly man, it is key to understand how God designed a man to desire a woman. So here are 4 things God designed a Christian man to strongly desire in a woman.
1 Samuel 18:1
The term “soul tie” is not a term that is expressly used or defined in the Bible. Because of this, there are many different ways people use this term. So before we can talk about breaking a soul tie, I first need to clarify what I personally mean when I use this phrase.
Here are 5 things God will do in your life when he approves of a relationship you are asking him about.
Here are 3 common signs that often mean the Lord is preparing you to be in a committed relationship.
2 Peter 1:5-7
Perhaps you wanted start a new ministry, perhaps you wanted to start pursuing a dating relationship, or perhaps you even wanted to get more serious with someone you really like. Whatever it may be, there are seasons where God may tell us we are not ready but then later on he will let us know when we are ready.
So here are 4 common signs God often uses to let us know we are now ready for that thing we were not ready for before.