Sure, I boughtfor myself because it was popular, but the concept only confirmed my worst fear: I would be single forever. You’ve heard so many you could probably fill a book with them.My whole life I tried hard not to believe the lie that only married people matter. In my opinion, these two are the absolute worst when it comes to relationships: “Until you learn to be content in your singleness, God won’t bring you a spouse,” and, “Until you stop looking for your spouse, there he/she will be.” But let’s be honest: Clichés don’t work.A real man will cherish and care for that precious prize forever.” ― Leslie Ludy, “In no way did God want me to settle for one of the typical “jerks” who were a dime a dozen.He wanted me to save myself for a man who had His very nature and character within him.You must give up the little you're hanging on to now to gain something infinitely greater. I didn't propose marriage or say I was madly in love with her, and she didn't swoon.
[see Luke ]” ― Eric Ludy “Remember the infamous question that most of us learned back in the days of youth group powwow sessions? ” Let’s start asking a new question: “How far can I possibly go to bring joy to the heart of my heavenly Father in this area of my life?
We accumulated at least 15 books within a matter of one month—and it made me feel like I didn’t matter before as a single person. " is neither the only nor the most important question on that list.
Not once had anyone given me a book to help me navigate life as a single girl. If you’re single, chances are you’ve heard the clichés.
I remember many dateless Valentine’s Days on which I prayed: "Come on, God. During those single years of discovering my passion for life, I still thought how great it would be to bring God glory together with another.
And perhaps, when God brought Marc into my life, it was because my "singleness-to-glory ratio" was now fully maximized; for me, it was time to partner with someone and learn how to bring God glory I know firsthand clichés don’t work in the moment—they never do.
The "cool" guys may not notice or date you but the right one will marry you.” ― Rachel Hamilton “If you are longing for something more than the hit-and-run relationship cycle, something beautiful and meaningful in your life, then I'm going to lay it on the line.