Single saved and dating
We lost contact for a while, but in 2010 we reconnected when I moved to my husband’s city of Columbia SC for a new job. I believe this has been our biggest challenge; however, it has taught us how to love each other through the deepest hurts and to come together as one trusting and believing that God is in control.
We lost our first child through a miscarriage and I nearly lost my life.
God our creator knows our purpose and everything that we need to excel in life is in the Bible.
We were friends for 6 months and on December 10, 2010 he told me he loved me and wanted to spend the rest of his life with me. We currently do not have any children, but we know that one day in God’s perfect timing He will bless us with children.
If we are honest with ourselves, these thoughts have crossed our minds as single mothers.
Can we tell you about the story of Mary and Joseph, the parents of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? At some point we have all made these wonderful plans of where we’d all be in ten years post high school or college.
I read that line on a popular meme, and it spoke to the struggle of single introverts everywhere, including myself.
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Set Your LYSL Intention: Sometimes, when people talk about singleness, they make it sound like a disease to get over, and to get over fast. What God Says About Marriage: I’ll drill down into 2 big questions to kick us off, and then REMIND YOU with some tough-love of your worth as we dig into Scripture’s view of marriage.
Culture has implemented an unwritten rule: That we must “have a life,” primarily in our single season, and the way by which to have a life is to live according to the world.
If we went by all the suggestions thrown at...“No man will ever want me, and I’m a single mom.” “No man will ever be good enough for my child, other than his father.” Does this sound familiar?