Here are 3 signs God is saying, “Stop chasing love and just rest in me.”
God has certainly called Christians to live in community with other Christians. Proverbs 18:1 states, “Whoever isolates himself seeks his own desire; he breaks out against all sound judgment.”
Just because someone truly loves you does not mean the relationship will last forever.
Here are 4 biblical rules you must follow if you want to find true love with someone.
Perhaps you have feelings for someone, and this person seems to have feelings for you too. But for some reason they keep telling you they are not quite ready for a relationship right now? Or maybe you are in a relationship with someone but it’s nothing like you imagined it to be. Should you let it go or try to adapt and enjoy it for what it is?
“Why is God letting that narcissist thrive in life while I’m over here suffering in silence?” “Why can’t people see the truth about this person? They are clearly manipulating others for their own profit.” “I just don’t understand why God would allow that narcissist to treat me like that. Why won’t God do anything?”
God doesn’t want you to be lonely. However, God wastes nothing. Even though God wants you to be satisfied in him, in a healthy community, and thriving in a godly relationship (if that’s his will), there’s often a process God will put you through rather than just magically ending your loneliness.
According to the Bible, what should you do when you feel like you are falling in love? Here are 3 biblical things you should do when you think you are falling in love with someone.
Perhaps someone said they loved you and even made you feel like they really loved you, but then, somehow, the relationship still ended. Or perhaps you felt like you loved someone but there was also a pull in you to leave this person that you don’t fully understand.
Here are 5 early signs God will show you when warning you about a narcissist.