How are you doing?
How’s life so far?
Have you met a new friend lately?
How’s your career going?
Were you able to travel to that favorite place you want to see?
How are you with your relationship with God?
Are you spending time with your family this weekend?
Any volunteering plans in the future?
Have you improved a skill with your new hobby?
If you can’t give positive answers to those few questions, then you are truly missing out a lot in your single life.
WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING THEN???
There are days that we pray harder to God, desperately asking if He can reveal the right man for us. ASAP! We would even bring up to God everything that we did for Him just to remind Him of His promise for us. (Like God doesn’t know)
In short, we tend to get impatient.
If you think that having a life will truly start when you are married, that you are saving all the good stuff for that awaited married life, then, my dear single friend, it is time to embrace your single life.
The most important thing you need to save for your marriage is your purity.
If you are saving that beautiful place when you’re married, go now! You can always come back.
If you are saving that sport you want to try, do it now! You might meet that person through that sport.
If you are compromising with relationships, quit now! You need to trust God while waiting.
Until God will bring us (single women) to our God’s best (take note – bring), let’s enjoy the blessings of being single. So that when we are married, we will not regret and say, “If only I am single…”
this is how i spend my single life 🙂