There was an awkward silence. I don’t even know what to say. How am I suppose to include such plan when I am not even in a relationship?
Have you ever wondered and ask, will you ever be enough for the Church? Do you really feel that you can only be a help if you are married?
I decided to search for facebook groups for women that tackle theology — thinking that maybe I can see something from their resources on how to study Eschatology. But then, God has another lesson for me.
I’m sorry to break her heart, but God has a different plan.
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?
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.