Marriage: Putting God First

Galatians 5:22 speaks of fruit of the spirit. Does your potential soul-mate exhibit these signs? Love, joy, peace, long-suffering, kindness, goodness and faithfulness? I do believe that God can change the heart of any person, but is that person willing to be changed?


Love so true; pure; overwhelming; unconditional and beautiful; love I have never experienced.

I was bitten, battered, broken, destroyed, hopeless, scared and had no place to run to. With a lost identity and dignity, filthy and as dirty as a pig, I roam the streets with nobody willing to help.

Then He came in His beautiful royal apparel and a charming smile. He stretched forth His hands and said to me: “Come! Come, I will give you rest.”


Surround yourself with positivity and understanding, letting go of the judgments and expectations that society imposes. Embrace self-care practices, nourishing your body, mind, and spirit as you navigate the path to healing and acceptance.


  Jesus, the Son of God, the ultimate example of loving others unconditionally, displayed many opportunities of love to those who were considered unclean, outsiders, and destitute.


Faith in God allows us to find peace, hope, and courage even amid fear. God is so much bigger, greater than any fear, be it big or small. He is always there to stand by our side; to help us face our fears and protect us in our weakest moments.

error: Content is protected !!