I also found this very helpful to me personally because, as I said above, there were some questions that I just too afraid to ask…and the question of boundaries was one of them.
I didn’t want others to think I was trying to get away with as much as possible when in reality I didn’t know how to establish healthy boundaries.
God has used these books in my life to both draw me closer to Him and prepare me for that covenant of marriage that He may have ordained for me in the future.
I just recently finished it and I cannot speak more highly of it.
A reoccurring theme in this book is letting God have the pen.
I never thought of singleness and the 5 love languages going together, but this book offers a new perspective.
It’s easy to feel discontentment, or even a bit of bitterness, as we reluctantly obey. I’m Cassidy, a 21 year old dreamer with a passion for Jesus, blogging, and people.
Did I want what I wanted, or did I want what He wanted, no matter what it might cost?
” Elisabeth Elliot – Passion and Purity This book has been one of my must-reads on my to-read list. For this book, I really appreciated the perspective it offers about bring our passions under God’s guidance and control. And I’m not going to lie, I was pretty excited when I found it. Whenever I found that they had a singles edition, I knew it needed to go on my to-read list!
I am here to walk beside you, encourage you, and point you right back to our Jesus along the way.
I recently did a dating Q&A online, and out of the hundreds of questions submitted, I started noticing a theme that made me sad.
But the question to precede all others, which finally determines the course of our lives is What do I really want?