Here are 3 possible reasons God took a relationship away from you.
Description: In this concise mine-eBook, I share with you 10 powerful tips to help you succeed in Christian dating. These 10 tips build on each other, taking you from the pre-dating season right up to the point of engagement. We systematically discuss the practical and spiritual steps in the meeting, dating, and marrying process. If you are looking for deep biblical insight into Christian dating, this book will not disappoint.
Do you feel unloved? Are going through a season of hardships? Is life just not working out the way you had hoped? If so, where is God in all of this?
While we might not always feel loved, God is always sending his love to us. So here are 3 signs to look for if you are wondering if God is trying to remind you of his love for you.
Do you have some area of your life that you want to change? Perhaps you have made a New Year’s resolution but you are unsure if you have the ability to stick with it? What does the Bible actually say about transformation.
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What if you never get married? What will your life be like if you never get that desire for a relationship fulfilled? How can you overcome the fear of never getting married?
Here are 3 ways to overcome this fear.
God speaks to us in at least three primary ways: Through his word, through the Holy Spirit, and through our life circumstances. Most Christians know at least a little about hearing the voice of God by studying the Bible and by listening to the Holy Spirit in prayer. The circumstances of our lives, however, is often a way God speaks that many Christians do not know as much about.
I recently asked a question to the AGW subscribers, “What’s the most challenging part of Christian singleness for you?” The responses that came in were overwhelming. People really shared their heart and talked about how hard the season of Christian singleness can be for them.
If you’ve ever asked for dating advice on how to find a spouse from well-intentioned Christians and pastors, there’s a high probability you’ve received some version of this common Christian dating advice, “If you really want to be married, you have to put God first. If you truly love God, he will take care of the rest.”
So are you actually single because you don’t love God enough? If you loved God more, would you be married by now? Is your love for God actually the root reason for your prolonged season of unwanted singleness?
Is love a sacrificial choice? Or is love more than a sacrificial choice? What does the Bible actually say about love being a sacrificial choice?