Here are 3 answers to the question, “If God loves me, why won’t he give me the relationship I want?”
It’s hard to know what God is up to in your life when you are in a season of waiting on the Lord. Perhaps you are waiting for the right job, the right word of confirmation, or the right relationship. But why is God making you wait so long?
Here are 4 things the Lord might be accomplishing through your season of waiting.
Here are 3 signs you have been using bad Christian dating advice.
Here are 5 things that will happen in your life when you meet the one God has for you.
And since this is such a big topic, if you have more questions about meeting your future spouse, you might want to check out my book called The One: How to Know and Trust God’s Sovereign Plan for Your Future Marriage.
Here are 5 common signs that a relationship is moving too fast.
Here are 3 signs someone is trying to manipulate you.
Should Christian singles have friends from the opposite sex? In my opinion, yes!
Of course there are some complications to man and woman friendships, which I discuss in my article, “Can Guys and Girls Really Be Just Friends?”
In this article, however, I am going to focusing on 4 advantages you can have if you are a Christian single person with friends from the opposite sex.
This is one of those articles that you have to read the whole thing because I will be answering this question from different angles. In one sense God will let you marry the wrong person but in another sense God will not let you marry the wrong person. Much of the confusion that will undoubtably occur in the comment section below will be based on language and misunderstanding how we are using phrases to mean different things.
Here are 6 signs someone in your life is mistreating you and taking you for granted. These signs can apply to any relationship, but when I was creating this content I was thinking of a dating relationship. While these signs are certainly red flags for any relationship, these are not insurmountable sins if someone is willing to repent and ask you for forgiveness.
The word I’m focusing on in this article is “just.” Why won’t God “just” give you a spouse? When people ask this question, they are asking for the reasons why God will not just make their future spouse appear in their life? Why won’t God just let you bump into that person he wants you to marry? Why won’t God just put flashing lights around him or her and say, “This one? Marry this one!”