There will always be a battle in our minds to some degree. So I’m not promising you that if you follow these steps you will never have an unwanted sexual thought ever again. However, there certainly are ways to lessen unwanted thoughts and deal with them much quicker when you do have them.
Here are 5 things that will happen in your life when God is preparing you to get closure and move on from someone.
I hold these two truths before you. One, you are good. And two, I am hurting.
When I refer to this term, “relationship rut,” I’m talking about a negative pattern in your life when it comes to relationships. Perhaps you have not been on a date in over a decade. Perhaps you have been on a date a month for the past decade with someone new but nothing ever happens. Perhaps you keep getting sucked into long-term relationships that always end the same way – in heartache.
It’s clear in Scripture that God does call some people to a life of singleness. But one error I believe many people make is that they come to believe God wants them single because they have a deep wound in their heart that makes them fearful of trying to love again.
If God knows the future, why did he let you get into a relationship with someone that seemed great at first but later on they changed into a completely different person?
Here are 4 signs God is telling you to cleanse your memories about someone from your past.
Here are 4 signs that often mean you may be blocking God’s blessings from coming into your life by thinking about someone too much.
Here are 5 common ways God will fulfill your desire in an unexpected way.
Put simply, according to Hebrews 12:7-8, if you are a true Christian – then yes, God is disciplining you because he disciplines all true Christians. But there are seasons in life where God is specifically disciplining us in a more intense way and in a particular area of our life to accomplish a specific purpose.