I have always been someone’s shortstop before he finds his one true love. That unknown detour deep in the woods. A road he thought might give him a taste of freedom — only to find his way back to his old path. I have always been that beggar on the streets who hopes that someone…
If there is one thing that most churches today always tend to neglect during sermons and evangelisms, it’s our sinfulness.
What if Rebekah became lazy that day and decided to get some water hours later? But she didn’t. She came to the spring at the right time.
So how can Christian women behave regarding this? Should we be anxious if the guy whose been chatting you online and takes you out for a ‘date’ (but you’re not sure if it’s a date) has been puzzling you? Do we really have to overnanalyze everything?
I have so many questions regarding this. So please, if you are a Christian Guy reading this, can you comment below or make a blog post regarding this issue?
The Bible hasn’t taught us that good things only come when you’re married. It doesn’t tell us that the prerequisite to sanctification is marriage. So why are we longing and expecting that God will only change us and make us holy when we’re only married? So instead of giving you advices that only glorifies yourself, let me share to you some things you must do while you are single.