On the contrary, I think that God continues to work on all of us, every day, married people and single people.
If I waited until I was a perfect Christian before I got married, I’ll never get married!
Well, until I’m married, I can fulfill this desire through the Body of Christ. I invite couples and friends over my house and cook them dinner. (God has given me a very large family in the Body of Christ.) See, there’s things you can do to still fulfill your desires until you are married. Um, I guess you gotta hit the gym and work out to deal with that one! Actually, as I referenced before, please check out the special audio series now online at Girlz Talk!
If I do meet someone, it might as well be at an outreach or other similar activity because that lets me know we share a common interest, because I intend to continue attending outreaches and being involved in Christian hip-hop events long after I’m married.I told you how old I am because a lot of sistahs I’ve met lately are stressing that whole marriage thing. I don’t know why some women meet guys and get married right out of high school and why others of us marry much older in life.They are 22 years old, single, and think the world is coming to an end because they are not married. But I can share with you what I do know and how I personally feel and deal with being a 28-year old, single woman of God. First of all, before I sound too spiritual or out of touch, let the truth be known that I want to be married, no doubt about it. God made Adam, and Genesis tells us that Adam was lonely so God made Eve, his partner. I hope this person is my best friend because I want my mate to be someone I can share my entire life with, and vise-versa.I knew that I could not marry someone who wasn’t completely over a problem like this, no matter how much I loved him.It was hard, but my parents had wisdom, because just a few years ago the wife of my old fiancé called me to report he had beat her up and stolen her car. I guess I write all this to say, ladies, be encouraged!