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FINAL TRUTHS God reminds me in the passage of scripture above that he is my loving God (not my mean, hateful, iron clad fisted God-is-yelling-at-me God).He is my loving God who knows every hair on my head, every thought, every disappointment, every hurt and every joy. He is protecting me so I don’t have to do protect myself.SEE ALSO: Why Singles Ministry Isn’t Easy So why haven’t I gotten married? So I am serving him where I am until he moves me somewhere else. BATTLE 2: Being solely responsible for my finances, my home, and my stuff. Should I buy the 50-pack can of peas at Costco because I can save money, or just wait and spend the money buying 3 at a time at Food Lion?I would like to think there is still some wonderful man who is going to marry me and share the expense, the maintenance, and the upkeep of my home... And the enemy loves to make me feel defeated, trick me into thinking that it will always be this way. I love that I can go to God, asking his Spirit to guide me.Maybe God is speaking to him, helping him to remember God’s truths.Regardless of what David is doing to prepare, I think God is doing the same for us. Why is my marital status such a need for conversation with people?From His Ministries is Kris' speaking ministry.If you've ever heard her speak, you know that Kris is the kind of speaker who keeps the crowd captivated, shares great information and motivates people to make a difference in the lives of those around them!
The first thing they want to do is “fix you up” or suggest online dating.
Recently my mom moved in with me (my dad died a few years ago and she did not like living alone). And don’t worry Kris; if my will is for you to be married one day, he will love your mom too. I am also blessed that I have a huge network of friends as well as an advisory council to help. BATTLE 4: The serious battle of loneliness and discouragement.
At first it was hard, as I had to make a ton of adjustments. SEE ALSO: Stuff Christian Singles Hear Life wasn't supposed to be like this.
But God reminds me that without those mistakes, I wouldn’t be where I am today.
Because I have Christ, I am not lonely anymore, and I have hope.