She stared blankly at me, absorbing the question and probably thinking of an answer.
I know that this question seems blunt or rather harsh but, in reference to God’s word, I think that this is an important question to ponder on.
If you can confidently say “Yes” to this question, it means that your security is not based on your relationship status nor from anyone else. It means that you do not need a relationship or another person to complete or satisfy you. It means that you are secured of who Christ is in your life.
Marriage is beautiful. Therefore, it should never be a hindrance, instead it should be a partnership, to what God has called us to do
It is still clear to me how I met you for the first time, how we had that first conversation about the gospel, and how we had our first Bible study date ever. Since then, God allowed many unforgettable moments in our relationship as friends but more importantly as family.
What did I learn from the experience? I learnt that my feelings must never bypass God’s word and instruction in my life. I should not act as a rotten apple because I am a daughter of God.
I am still in the process of really accepting how misunderstandings in discipleship groups are inevitable. But as Jesus continues to walk me through this journey, I have come to realize that misunderstandings are not always bad. It does not only build-up a friendship per se but also the characters of those involved.