Here are 5 things that will happen in your life when God is preparing you to get closure and move on from someone.
(Note: If you are a regular reading of my content, you can probably skip down to point 2 because the intro and point 1 of this article are a review of points I’ve made before.)
When I use the phrase, “the one,” I’m not talking about a soul mate. I’m not saying that there is only one perfect divinely ordained person for everyone and you can thus marry someone who is not the one for you. What I am referring to is simply the person God planned for you to marry.
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.
As a Christian single woman looking for a Christian husband, it can be slim pickings out there. (The same could be said to the Christian single men looking for a wife, but this article is for the women.)
You can fast from anything, but in this article I’m referring to a traditional biblical fast where you don’t eat food for a period of time so you can spend more time praying and focusing on God.
When you are single and having feelings for someone, there does come a time where God will lead you to stop praying about someone and move forward one way or the other. God will either lead you two to be together or God will lead you to move on if this relationship is not going to happen. God does not want you praying endlessly about something that goes against his will for your life.
Here are 4 sinister things God will show you about someone who has evil desires for you.
Here are 4 possible reasons God keeps allowing you to experience disappointment when it comes to dating.
By the term “situationship,” I’m referring to that type of connection you have with someone that is more than a friendship but less than a committed relationship. You are not just friends but you are not a boyfriend and girlfriend either. There is obvious chemistry between you two but your connection remains undefined.