Christian dating and waiting
If we keep Jesus and the Gospel first and foremost in our relationships we will start to see that life is better when we are more concerned with living for others rather than ourselves. He enjoys writing about a simplified life and following Jesus.
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It’s like the famous saying; I was ‘looking for love in all the wrong places’.
When I met my husband (to be), again, I thought I was ready. We had to get on the same page, and I learnt patience.
Knowing that someone has always got your back is worth the wait.
So, if you’re where I was a few years ago- praying to God and feeling like He’s not listening, or somehow has forgotten about you, trust me when I say that it’ll be worth it in the end.
I learnt skills for myself, without having to depend on someone all the time.
I learnt to think things through and make decisions on my own.
Yes, a whole ten years after the age I thought would be ideal!She founded the online Christian magazine 'Reach and Inspire Magazine' (When she’s not juggling work and church, she can also be found blogging about God, life and everything in between at Let God complete the work He’s doing in you, so that when it’s time, you’ll be ready, lacking nothing (see James 1 verse 4).What is God teaching you in your time of ‘waiting’?