Godly men who pray dating


Ladies, we talk about “The One” so often here on Project Inspired.While cynics like to argue that there isn’t just one person out there who was reserved specifically for you, I’d like to remind you all that God’s plan is for our welfare and for hope (Jeremiah ).God will also straighten our path (Proverbs 3:6), answer our prayers (John 15:7) and work for the good in all things for those who love him (Romans ).Of course, there is a condition that comes with these and so many other promises, and that is that we give ourselves fully to the Lord.



We all have sin issues that we deal with on a daily basis.We’ve all made mistakes that we often wish we could do-over.We all need the grace and freedom that only Christ Himself can offer. And we can trust He will give guidance, and help us see some red flags to be aware of along the way. The Unbeliever – Be careful not to settle for less than what God would want for the spiritual health and care of your marriage.But our marriages are healthier when we recognize red flags in our dating relationships, instead of choosing not to see problems at all. Marriage can be tough enough at times, add to that the pressure of opposing spiritual views, and you may be in big trouble when the normal stressors of life occur. The Abuser – Many times “abusers” are assumed to be men, but women struggle with this same trap too, and the man in her life may feel like it’s difficult to talk about the problem or find help. Marriage must be built on deep love and respect, and abuse of any type has no place there. The Controller, Manipulator – This person’s subtle, dangerous behavior can indicate big trouble ahead.