Read: Galatians 6:7-8, Hebrews 12:15, Genesis 1-4
How do you view God’s laws? Are they optional, flexible or absolute?
Can you identify any negative behaviors or thought patterns that appear in your relationships?
Can you identify any childhood trauma that caused bitter roots to develop?
Remember : If there’s fruit, there’s a root.
Read: Hebrews 11:1, Isaiah 43:18-19, Ephesians 6:12, James 1:5-6
What are your giants?
What triggers them?
Read: Proverbs 4:23, Ephesians 6, John 3:16, Romans 5:8, 1 Corinthians 13:4-8
What would be your definition of heart and mind?
How has your mind been disconnected from your heart?
Do you remember the moment or situation that caused the disconnect?
Try This: Find the 19 places in the Bible that speak about the heart. Read them. What is different? What is the same? Are there any similarities to your definition?
Read Genesis Chapters 1-4
What was the compromise Eve made in the Garden of Eden?
What were the immediate consequences of the compromise?
What were the lasting consequences of the compromise?
What was God’s original desire for Adam & Eve in the garden of Eden?
Did Adam & Eve receive the best version of what God intended after sin entered the picture?
Think back to a time you have made a compromise when it came to the things or direction of God. What were the results?
Read Matthew 6:33
Make a list of your current top 5 priorities.
Make a list of the top 5 things that absorb your time.
On a scale of 1-10 (with 1 being the least, 10 the most), how focused are you on your relationship with God? (There is no right or wrong answer)
Look over your responses. Do you feel happy or are you feeling the desire to reprioritize some things? (There is no right or wrong answer)
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Ladies and Gentlemen too… trust me, I KNOW. It’s hard, it’s tough, it’s disappointing and in some cases devastating but you cannot give up. You just can’t. Often times we accept the love we THINK we deserve and God wants you to have the best. That doesn’t mean have unrealistic demands and expectations but don’t settle for a mate that requires assembly either. If you want God’s best? Do it His way. #ThatIsAll #dating #love #marriage #single #men #women
Single is not a disease. You know what should be a disease? Relationship hopping. Some people are willing to settle for anybody, just to have somebody and end up with a nobody. Settling never turns out good. No person is ever going to be perfect but way too many people settle for things THEY KNOW are wrong or messed up. The sad truth is people settle for the love they THINK they deserve.
You deserve better than someone who doesn’t respect you. You deserve better than someone who makes you change who you are just to be with them. You deserve better than someone who gets thrills off of creating relational drama. Our problem is we have no standards and no boundaries and way too many people are seriously out here just doing anything so they can post it and create an image of themselves that is imaginary.
You can tell everything you need to know about a partner by the kind of relationship they have with God. If it’s not God’s best? Wait. Don’t settle. I know how hard waiting is or secretly hoping this time will be thee time, believe me I get it. God is more then able to provide all of your needs in the mean time if you let Him. Don’t let a day that’s not an actual holiday ruin your day and if you really want candy & flowers you can buy them for yourself tomorrow at 50% off.