Genesis 20:1-22:24, Matthew 7:15-29
Psalm 9:1-12 and Proverbs 2:16-22
The wisdom pearls in Matthew 7:15 could mean the difference between happily ever after or a never-ending nightmare, just ask a woman who married a jerk. Sisters, I say this in love: Don't allow the excitement of walking down the isle to blind you to the truth right in front of you. If you start to discover that the man isn't quite as kind, thoughtful, honest, patient as you once thought, believe what you see and hit the brakes to pray and reevaluate. As a single woman, you have the leverage to decide who and what you let into your life. Please don't take this matter lightly. It's better to be happy and single than married and miserable any day.
This principle of watching the fruits to determine if its a wolf or sheep is not only applicable to dating but every individual that come into your life. Is your friend a real friend? Do they celebrate the good times with you or only seem to be there if you are going through tough times? A true friend cries during the hard times with you, but also rejoice when the blessings are coming in for you! We must watch and pray and ask God for discernment to know who we should allow into our lives.
PRAYER: Lord bless us to be as harmless as a dove, but as wise as a snake. May we use our discernment wisely to only allow divine connections into our lives.
Wait For God's Best and Don't Settle for Less!