I’ve never heard of God trying to quiet us down from praying too much.
He’s a giving God, but He’s the wisest giver of all time – even when he gave Abraham and Sarah a son at such an old age.
Sometimes I would see God give these blessings to others who had not waited on His timing or not been faithful to serve Him, and I was tempted to feel resentful.
God was breaking me of a prideful spirit that thought I could control His blessings by my obedience. People would say things like, “Once you are content being single, then God will bring the right person.” But I found that contentment was a choice, not a feeling.
Fortunately, the following practices can help you find peace when the waiting feels overwhelming.1.
Pray For God’s Wisdom God says for us to ask and it will be given to us.
In other relationships, I began to think that some of the things I had wanted in a husband were perhaps more wishful thinking than things that could actually be.
Often, God calls us to solitude and quietness before Him in order to listen and hear His voice. Pursue Godly Things Pursuing Godly things doesn’t have to mean filling your schedule to the brim with volunteer opportunities to the point of exhaustion.
We simply can’t do this while shopping for groceries, watching TV or picking the kids up from school. Not that those aren’t wonderful, but sometimes, it’s simply reading His Word on a rainy Saturday or having a coffee date with a friend in need.
You need a game plan: a set of ideas, attitudes and actions that will help you glorify God and safeguard your relationship from premarital sex. Genesis tells us that He made humans both male and female in His own image.
He blessed them, and one of the first commands He gave them was to "be fruitful and multiply" (Genesis -28).