Pursuit of Happiness

By @instagodministries “Relationships… Such a profound popular subject in the Christian community. It’s human to desire a mate. God planted those desires in many of us and some who don’t naturally desire a mate. We want affection, it’s natural. We want to feel loved, embraced, and treated well. But there are many who act like it’s the end of the world… Constantly bickering, complaining, and wondering when will my time come— I’m tired of being single— I’m tired of waiting. Then you have another group who are in a relationship and inquire “How do I know if this person is for me?”ฺ
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In all honesty, as great as a topic this is, it can be overwhelmingly  exasperating when that’s some Christians primary focus; wake up thinking about a man or a woman. To be forthright many aren’t prepared to have someone. You haven’t figured out who you are, there are strongholds that need to be broken in your life, you need to grow in certain areas, and pain that needs  healing before being handed over to someone. Who wants damaged or broken package?ฺ
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I wonder about the priorities of some people. Children are a blessing but if you don’t have a job because you refuse to work or better your life/career it’s unwise to bring a child in a world to suffer. It’s hard enough to have children while you’re in high school and college. Nowadays, people want to rush into things too soon. Making grown folk decisions is costly. If you don’t know how to treat your parents right or people right you don’t need a spouse. If you’re lazy and complacent, you don’t need a spouse. Get yourself together first before getting with someone to make their life miserable.ฺ
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It’s baffling with two people who dated for years inquiring if he/she is the one…God wouldn’t pair you with someone to have you playing the guess game. When He brings you someone into your life you’ll know right then and there it’s of God. God is straight and direct. Focus on building you. God got the rest.” via @PhotoRepost_app

By @instagodministries “Relationships… Such a profound popular subject in the Christian community. It’s human to desire a mate. God planted those desires in many of us and some who don’t naturally desire a mate. We want affection, it’s natural. We want to feel loved, embraced, and treated well. But there are many who act like it’s the end of the world… Constantly bickering, complaining, and wondering when will my time come— I’m tired of being single— I’m tired of waiting. Then you have another group who are in a relationship and inquire “How do I know if this person is for me?”ฺ

In all honesty, as great as a topic this is, it can be overwhelmingly exasperating when that’s some Christians primary focus; wake up thinking about a man or a woman. To be forthright many aren’t prepared to have someone. You haven’t figured out who you are, there are strongholds that need to be broken in your life, you need to grow in certain areas, and pain that needs healing before being handed over to someone. Who wants damaged or broken package?ฺ

I wonder about the priorities of some people. Children are a blessing but if you don’t have a job because you refuse to work or better your life/career it’s unwise to bring a child in a world to suffer. It’s hard enough to have children while you’re in high school and college. Nowadays, people want to rush into things too soon. Making grown folk decisions is costly. If you don’t know how to treat your parents right or people right you don’t need a spouse. If you’re lazy and complacent, you don’t need a spouse. Get yourself together first before getting with someone to make their life miserable.ฺ

It’s baffling with two people who dated for years inquiring if he/she is the one…God wouldn’t pair you with someone to have you playing the guess game. When He brings you someone into your life you’ll know right then and there it’s of God. God is straight and direct. Focus on building you. God got the rest.” via @PhotoRepost_app


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