To be women after God’s own heart to love Him fervently with our whole hearts Is our sole desire.
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Our next challenge will be starting soon. Do you find yourself spending a lot of time figuring out when to say yes and when to say nom thinking about how to manage your time, reduce stress, do your best for your family, find a little time for yourself? Lysa TerKeurst found herself in that same situation until she learned the power of “the best yes”, the choice that shapes all of our choices.
Keep Close To God : as obvious as it seems, its super tricky to maintain! When I feel low, fatigued and/or agitated, I think about whether or not I’ve had enough water or exercise, but usually, I just need God-time. Healing for the soul can re -configure every other aspect of your life, covering mind body and soul.
One Key lesson that God is teaching me in this season of my life is to put Him first always! No matter what the situation – your degree won’t get you to heaven, your job won’t, your spouse won’t and your friends won’t.
I think learning to listen to what God is saying to me as opposed to what I think He’s saying is key for me in my spiritual growth. To do that, I have to try my best to guard my time with God, whether that is through trying to get to bed on time so I can wake up on time, or taking time to reflect and talk with God.
Put God first and don’t be so hard on yourself. Women deal with so many challenges and expectations. We can’t do it all. follow your own path and try to be your best while you are at it. Be the very best version of you and hold your head up high. SMILE.
You are princesses of a King who reigns forever. That they should not stoop low and become a prey to the predator, or even for the prey, dress themselves as a bait but reserve themselves for God, for He knows best and He is the only one that can help us to prevent our hearts from being broken.
One of the best pieces of advice that was given to me was to search the scriptures for a character whose experience mirrors your own. For example, if you need help with leading others look at Nehemiah or if you’re having trouble making a decision look at Jonah etc
I’ve recently been convinced of the value of simply thinking – for playful investigation and for dwelling on ideas and wrestling with them. I’m pretty sure now that it’s by thinking that we’ll be inspired with those big ideas that will really make a difference.
Don’t rush things. It easy to get caught in the hype of wanting a relationship because someone else’s looks good. Pray and listen. If God isn’t at the centre, it’s almost definitely a relationship that isn’t good for you and will lead you down a pretty dark path.
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I am very much in love with a man l met at work. We are both in our thirties and are compatible in every area but spirtually. Even though his not a christian, he goes to church with me, and l believe in my heart that he will convert someday. There’s no one at church for me to date. Besides, this man’s moral standards are higher than those of all the men from church whom l’ve dated. What do you think my chances are for converting him? Is it okay for me as a christian young woman to be with this man?