LORD GUIDE ME C C E

LET THE LORD BE YOUR GUIDE

The Lord says, "I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you." Psalms 32:8 NLT "Your own ears will hear Him (Jesus). Right behind you a voice will say, "This is the way you should go, "whether to the right or to the left." Isaiah 30:21 NLT

Date by FAITH not by sight (emotions).

Beautiful Queen – 1 Peter 5:8 (NKJV) says, ‘Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour’.

BE CAREFUL WHO YOU DATE…The devil can take advantage of our carelessness and ignorance. This can come in different forms: lack of a quality prayer life; lack of godly STANDARDS; worldly ideologies of dating and marriage, and more. There are many ways the enemy can set traps for us, because He knows the importance of who we choose to marry! So we must always stay vigilant.

It’s one thing to be happy when someone comes along and checks all your boxes, but do we really seek God before getting emotionally involved with that person? I am not talking about the “Lord show me if he’s the one prayer” I’m talking about diligently and seriously asking God for direction and guidance. And then obeying His answer. I believe and have experienced the answer right then, not weeks later.I don’t believe God would do that because He knows that if He waits to answer you weeks or even days later it could be too late and your feelings are involved.

The journey doesn’t end once you have met someone. It’s actually the beginning! Who you marry is said to be the second most important decision you make in life, The first being, giving your life to Christ. It is supposed to be a life-long decision, therefore not one to be treated lightly. Diligence and discernment can’t be overstressed when it comes to dating. Beautiful Believing Queens, we do not settle.  Trust God for His best and don’t settle.

The enemy is seeking whom he may devour, so you must be alert. This does not mean being afraid or suspicious of every man who comes your way; but more than ever, your reliance on God and His wisdom should precede any decision you make.

Luke 18:1 says that men should always pray and never give up. Our fellowship with God gives us guidance and direction. So even when you feel convinced that God has led you to a particular relationship, stay in fellowship with Him so that you can continue to receive from Him. God can even speak to you about things that you need to do or pray about regarding your future spouse. I have found myself praying in the spirit about things that naturally I wouldn’t have thought of or known to pray about. Holy Spirit does that. 

 

Take everything to God in prayer, invite the Holy Spirit into your prayer time, and let Him know that you are always ready to listen to Him. I have learned that nothing and no-one should ever take the place of our constant fellowship with God. Proverbs 14:12 says, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” At every stage and at every moment, we need to see our need for God.

We cannot rely solely on ourselves when it comes to dating and choosing a spouse. Thank God for the peace He gives us when we commit our ways to Him and lean on Him.  The Bible teaches us to be anxious for nothing.  If you need peace about the state of your current relationship status, or peace about the decision you have made or is are about to make regarding rather to get involved with a man you must include God at every stage, keeping your mind on and praying to Him!

Date by FAITH not by sight (emotions).  

The journey doesn’t end once you have met someone. It’s actually the beginning! Who you marry is said to be the second most important decision you make in life, The first being, giving your life to Christ. It is supposed to be a life-long decision, therefore not one to be treated lightly. Diligence and discernment can’t be overstressed when it comes to dating. Beautiful Believing Queens, we do not settle.  Trust God for His best and don’t settle.

The enemy is seeking whom he may devour, so you must be alert. This does not mean being afraid or suspicious of every man who comes your way; but more than ever, your reliance on God and His wisdom should precede any decision you make.

Luke 18:1 says that men should always pray and never give up. Our fellowship with God gives us guidance and direction. So even when you feel convinced that God has led you to a particular relationship, stay in fellowship with Him so that you can continue to receive from Him. God can even speak to you about things that you need to do or pray about regarding your future spouse. I have found myself praying in the spirit about things that naturally I wouldn’t have thought of or known to pray about. Holy Spirit does that. 

 

Take everything to God in prayer, invite the Holy Spirit into your prayer time, and let Him know that you are always ready to listen to Him. I have learned that nothing and no-one should ever take the place of our constant fellowship with God. Proverbs 14:12 says, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” At every stage and at every moment, we need to see our need for God.

 

We cannot rely solely on ourselves when it comes to dating and choosing a spouse. Thank God for the peace He gives us when we commit our ways to Him and lean on Him.  The Bible teaches us to be anxious for nothing.  If you need peace about the state of your current relationship status, or peace about the decision you have made or is are about to make regarding rather to get involved with a man you must include God at every stage, keeping your mind on and praying to Him! 

Date by FAITH not by sight (emotions).

 

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