Monday, February 14, 2011
Everything in the world seems to put the importance of being in a relationship on Valentine’s Day. So what’s a single girl to do? Trust God. Even for me that statement was hard to how on to let alone do. For me the last few years for me have been hard. This year however is easier to face as a single young woman, because I am trusting God with every aspect of my life and my future. Especially my dating life and my future husband whoever he may be. It’s in God’s hands. God’s timing is not my timing. God’s best for me is far better that anything I could come up with.
This single season of my life is a time of waiting and preparation for what God has in plan for me, and it’s going to be good. The whole thing of trusting God with my dating life reminds me of something my eleventh grade Sunday school teachers use to say. “God will bring Mr. almost wonderful into your life, if it is His will for your life. He’ll be Mr. almost wonderful and not Mr. Perfect because only Jesus is perfect.”
He’ll be Mr. almost wonderful, because he is only human. He will love God more than he loves me. He will treat me like a princess, because I am the daughter of the King of kings, and Lord of lords.
So for now I am enjoying this season of singleness, and the love of my Heavenly Father. Waiting for God’s timing for God to bring my future husband, my prince into my life, when the time is right.
There are a few Bible verses that I have been reading to help me grow during this season. Psalms 16, Psalms 40, as well as my life verse Psalms 37:3-4 I am thankful that my devotional this morning had the line that “if you’re single, remember that your value doesn’t come from having a ring on your finger but having Jesus in your heart.”
Some Christian songs that I enjoy listening to during this season are:
Wait for Me- Rebecca St. James
Free to be Me-Francesca Battistelli
My Paper heart- Francesca Battistelli