Do you feel like you need to emotionally detach from someone but you are finding it difficult to actually let them go? There’s a very important biblical principle that can really help you. But this principle is multifaceted, meaning it can be applied in many different ways.
By the term “Going no contact” I’m talking about the practice of a man or woman completing cutting someone out of their life for a period of time, not reaching out to them and not responding if the other person reaches out.
Are you a Christian single woman who hopes to have a great relationship with your future godly husband one day? If so, this isn’t going to happen by accident. You actually have to start preparing for this outcome right now.
The reason the Bible is so clear about the negative effects of sexual immorality is because when we know the pain a certain path will lead to, we have a greater motivation to avoid that path.
God could have stopped you from falling in love with that friend who didn’t love you back. So why didn’t he? Here are 4 possible reasons to consider.
How will you know when you should let someone know that you like them? Here are 3 clues God may be leading you to reveal your feelings about someone that you like.
Over the years, I’ve often been presented with the question, “I had sex with someone, so are we now married in God’s eyes?” Similarly, I’ve also been asked, “Aren’t marriage ceremonies and marriage certificates simply man-made ideas? Can’t two people just commit themselves before God and be married in God’s eyes?”
Why would God let you think you’ve met “the one” even though he knew this person was really not the one for you? Here are 4 possible reasons to consider.
Here are 3 signs God is telling you to just pick something you could do and do it.
Here are 4 unclear things that actually bring a lot of clarity about if God wants you to date someone or not.