Thursday, 3 November 2011

Christian Dating Series 7- Him or the Altar?

“I am a helper and am engaged, I started dating my boyfriend before becoming a helper, but with time I began to desire to serve God. My boyfriend is a wonderful person, respectful, and we share lots communication together. But now God has placed in me a desire to serve God on the altar, but in reality my boyfriend is not necessarily firm with God. I’ve spoken to him about this, in reality I speak to him all the time about this, but I am growing tired as he shows no interest in this subject, but I love him so much. Yesterday when we were talking, I involuntarily mentioned my desire to serve on the altar, and he just blew up, he can’t stand that I talk about it anymore, he says he does not want to be a pastor. I don’t know what decision to take because I don’t want this to damage my spiritual life; I want to serve God and nothing else!”

Every time we are going to make an important decision we should seek God and our intelligence. We can’t risk our future, and nonetheless our spiritual life, because everything depends on our spiritual life.

When a person gets married, she does so for the rest of her life, and in that shares her dreams with her partner, if one person wants one thing and the other another thing then they’ll never get anywhere.

The person who serves God her biggest pleasure involves spiritual things, and if she marries someone who doesn’t have the same goal to serve; the same desire, then it won’t work. Because to serve God on the altar, both must want to.

In the case above, the guy in reality is not a good option for her, because she serves God and he isn’t even converted, and it seems as if he isn’t interested in becoming of God either.

I know that what I am about to say may sound to some radical and extreme, but when what’s at risk is your salvation, or your spiritual life, you shouldn’t think twice, take action before it’s too late!

If you want to serve Jesus, and your boyfriend doesn’t then you have to decide what’s more important to you; him or your desire to serve God.

Let’s think girls, a man who doesn’t believe in God, whether he goes to the church or not, he’s not a good option, if you are indeed converted. Let’s be sincere, don’t try to force something that has no future. You can’t obligate him to accept Jesus, but you’re also not obligated to stay with him.

Let’s see what the word of God has to say, she has all the answers to our questions and is very clear, that’s why I love God’s law:

“Don't team up with those who are unbelievers. How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness?” 2 Corinthians 6:14


Anonymous said...

One thing am learning is nothing is more important in life than salvation, the devil can manipulate us in different and cunning ways to you lose that salvation. The one who knows the right soul mate is God himself, you do not have to force your faith upon anyone. Thank Tania, I will open my spiritual eyes.

Love you tonnes

carole said...

Oh my goodness, this is strong and an eye opening. My days can I be honest to me it looks like the female with this desire already knows or knew what she needed or has to do which we all know this guy is not for her I am not being harsh but is true. I believe that when God blesses us He gives the best and nothing else. And through this I am learning to make the write choice actually God will chose as He knows Best.
Thanks for sharing

mariteszuleta said...

Hi Mrs.Tania,
Really thankful to God for all the messages,
it helped me a lot and im learning from it..
Thank you..Kisses and God bless you more..!

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