Putting god first in your dating relationship, recently on spiritual life
Keep a journal in which you can record the biblical insights God gives you, as well as how he answers your prayers. I fully understand that the person I eventually marry may not be as committed as me in certain areas of their life, and vice versa.
Get to know God better through his Word and prayer. Take an honest look at your current priorities. God can provide a strong foundation but only if you allow it, you can not spend your days doing what you want and then ask for help from Christ when things don't turn out the way you hoped.
One of the biggest mistakes that you can make is failing to include Christ in every aspect of your life, or putting someone or something else first.
So, I made a few flashcards that I could keep in my purse to review during down time in my day. Grow to become more like Jesus through community. But he noticed them one day and asked me about them.
Its all kinda silly. I also think the differences in spirituality are important to consider when you look at how you make decisions as a couple. We strive to work through our issues together in ways that honor God.
I felt numb as it dawned on me that Jeff and I had lived our marriage very far from God's plan.
Putting God first in your relationships...
Michelle October 14, I guess what I was trying to say in reply to the original post is that I think it is important that people go beyond the step of talking about God and start looking at applying God to their lives.
We can do this by establishing daily habits of prayer, worship and regular, consistent time spent in His Word. Get together regularly to build close friendships through small group meetings, service projects, fun outings, or simply to chat.
Added Date - Jan 19, A strong foundation in any area of your life requires god, and if Christ is missing then any foundation will soon crumble and disintegrate.
One day at a time you and God together can do anything! I absolutely believe it can.
Stovall and his wife, Kerri have three children, Kaylan, Stovie, and Annabelle. The important part of that is that they pray together, study scripture together, seek Godly counsel as needed and then decide together how God is leading them to live their lives.
So again, the differences of opinion were not the issue…the way the conversation was handled was the issue.