When someone is being “fake” towards you, it means they are acting one way but in reality they have different intentions than what they are portraying. As Christians we must be careful because the Bible says we are not supposed to judge other people’s motives.
Here are 3 signs someone is trying to manipulate you.
How can you find your calling from God? The first thing we need to do is define what we mean by this term, “calling.”
Is God trying to warn you about someone? Are you possibly missing the cautionary signs the Lord is sending you about someone who can bring massive damage into your life?
Here are 3 clues God might be sending you to help you to avoid someone he does not want you to be with.
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How can you live a meaningful life? What are the essential qualities you need to feel fulfilled in life?
Must you get married? Have a certain type of career? Make a certain amount of money? Or perhaps you need a certain level of popularity?
According to Scripture, none of these types of things are essential for a meaningful life. Marriage, careers, money, and even influence can all be added blessings in life from God. But none of these are needed if you desire to live a joyful life.
So here are 4 keys to a meaningful life.
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How can you have a conversation with someone you don’t know? If you are single, for example, and you see someone that you are interested in, how can you start a conversation with this person? We all know nothing will happen if you are unable to talk to the opposite sex. But talking to a complete stranger can be really hard for some people.
Why is there a double standard in sexuality for Christian males and females? Why do those in the church value a Christian woman’s virginity more than a Christian man’s virginity? And why do women get shamed for sexual sin much more than men do by Christians?
There are countless reasons Christians remain single even when they wish they were married. They usually fall somewhere in between “It’s just not in God’s plan right now” and “You are doing something wrong that is keeping you single.”