Even when no door has opened in the past; even when our arm is tired and knuckles hurt from banging so much; even when it feels like God has forgotten about our needs, our dreams, our desires, we must knock anyway.
I began wrestling with the very real truth that though God is able to do anything, it doesn’t always mean he will.
It is essential we get back to the basics in our relationships and make time for intentional fellowship with other people, even in the midst of a relationship with our significant other.
Effective communication will strengthen and bring joy to your relationship because it is intentional and purposeful.
It’s time we get back to the basics with our relationship – establishing and strengthening the foundation of our relationship on the principals and truth found in scripture, as well increasing our knowledge of each other in order to be the best partners we can be for one another.
The enemy is notorious for feeding us lies as a way to make us weak and vulnerable to his tricks and temptations. We must be able to identify these lies about relationships and fight against them with the truth.
Once I decided to start doing what Jesus says to do, things got a whole lot better. Imagine that! It’s like He knew what he was talking about or something.
If we use the silence (and space) wisely, it actually proves to be very beneficial for the situation and the relationship. Here’s why:
It wasn’t so much that the bridge was too hard or long or unstable for me to cross. I had allowed fear to keep me from moving forward…
Sharing your home with roommates is no easy feat. In college, I had to opportunity to be shoved into a small apartment with three other people. Yes, the apartment was small, but so was the amount of money coming out of my bank account each month, so we made it work. And even though things