This past August I was so excited to get an email from Brenda Rogers over at Triple Braided Life!She graciously extended an invitation for me to be a part of her October blogging series that interviews Single Women.
Each day a different woman, living for the glory of God, is interviewed during the month of October and featured on Brenda’s blog. To say I was humbled (and yet oh so excited!) was an understatement. There are so many amazing women being interviewed and being able to be a part of it has been such a blast.
Today my interview is being featured at Triple Braided Life. Feel free to click here to read the full interview.
Also please check out all the amazing women she has chosen to interview this month. I’ve already gleaned so much wisdom and have been so encouraged reading everyone’s responses.
Thanks so much Brenda for allowing me to be a part of the Single Women Making a Difference blog series!!
“My husband and I were once with a youth group. There were three kids sitting across from us at a meal: two guys and a girl. The one guy was a computer geek with glasses. The other one was a college student with slightly cooler hair and no glasses. The girl was obviously with him. But while the computer geek was busy serving everyone at the meal, clearing plates and garbage, the college student got angry with the girl for a small accident and poured red juice over her leather jacket and white shirt. She picked the wrong guy, and the juice didn’t seem to change her mind. She is in for some grief if that relationship continues and especially if it leads to marriage.
So to all the young, unmarried Christian girls out there, listen up: who you marry matters. You might think that the way he treats you isn’t so bad. It’s not going to get better after the wedding. You might think that he’ll change. It’s possible, but most don’t. You might think that you’ll be able to minister to him and help him. Possibly, but if you can’t now, you won’t then, and you will be at risk yourself. A husband should lead and cherish you, not need your counsel for basic personality or behavior issues.
Unless someone married is very frank with you, you can’t understand how much a husband will impact your entire life. Next to salvation there is no other long term event that will change so many areas of your life so deeply. Here are just some of the ways that marriage will impact every aspect of living.”
Read the rest of this amazing, thought provoking, and spot on post over at The Christian Pundit by clicking here. If I ever had to recommend just one article for single women, this would be the one!!