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God is writing your love story. Be patient to see how He writes it and who He writes into it.
Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him; do not fret when people succeed in their ways. – Psalm 37:7
The story that God is writing is specifically for you, so let Him be the one who writes your future husband into it. Don’t worry about the pressure of other people, or even the pressure in your heart. Wait on Him.
- Perhaps the one person you were interested in just didn’t have the same feelings and they seem to be more interested in someone else. Maybe your friends are in relationships and you’re starting to feel like the third wheel. In these situations you might start asking yourself, “what’s wrong with me?” “Why doesn’t anyone like me?” When you feel that way, know this: even though it may have seemed like a certain person was the right one in your eyes, God’s plan is much greater. You have to trust Him in this, even when it comes to what you imagine “the right one” is supposed to look like. It’s not all about being with that one guy you wish would text you back, or the one guy you wish pursue you. Instead, pursue the Lord and watch what He does in your life!
- Instead of focusing on what you don’t have, Let God open your eyes to what He’s doing in your life at work, at school, at church and trust that just because other people seem to be passing you by, God isn’t. He wants to teach you and groom you and bless you in this very moment. So don’t be discouraged. Even if it seems like you were super “compatible” with a certain guy, God’s plan for your life is far more compatible than what any boyfriend/fiance/husband could ever offer.
- I’m sure you’ve heard the expression, “the grass always look greener on the other side.” Just because it seems like others have it all now that they’ve found the “perfect” one, it’s not the reality! There are many struggles that come with being in a relationship. Even when it is a godly, intentional relationship the enemy will still try to attack it. So if you desire to be in a relationship that pleases God, know that God is writing this story carefully! He isn’t skipping over chapters or forgetting things. It will happen in His timing.