Are you excited for Valentines Day yet? Are you excited to be the “giver”? That’s how you’ll know you’ve crafted the perfect Valentines Day. When your excited to be the giver and not instead of being consumed by the excitement of getting a gift.
“We are hardwired to connect with others, it’s what gives purpose and meaning to our lives, and without it there is suffering. Connection gives purpose and meaning to life.” Brene Brown
It is almost impossible to truly live a purposeful life if you are clinging to lies. Truth sets us free and gives us freedom to walk with purpose!
I know you want to be married. I do too, sis. However, I know that God is good, His thoughts toward us are good, and He knows what’s best for us. So, with His best in mind, God set you up to be in the right position, at the right time, for the right cause. And that is His Kingdom cause.
When I started college, I had a conversation with myself and decided to not date just to date. It took me a couple of years before I met someone I liked and that’s okay. Don’t get me wrong, I would have loved to have someone bring me lunch after a long sleepless night of studies. It would have been nice to have someone I could share my deepest thoughts with, but that wasn’t the case until way later.
It’s one thing to know that prayer is the answer. It’s another thing to understand what exactly it you’re praying for or even how to pray. I know some people cringe when conversations like, “how to pray,” come up, but honestly, how we pray matters! There may not be a universal script or law book for prayer but there are things that we can do to prepare our hearts for prayer and the changes that God brings as a result of our prayers. These three tips can help you navigate your prayers when praying for your spouse while also setting the standard of Christ as foundation for your marriage.