Friday, November 08, 2019

Counting The Cost



Did you know there is a price for love? Every time you make a major decision, there is an alternative that you have to sacrifice. In this week's podcast, I encourage singles to understand that there is a cost to every season in life - even the married one- and  singleness is a season of life that should not be scorned. In other words, don't come into marriage thinking you can still live like a single person because no one can have their cake and eat it too.

I don't care too much for money......


Spoiler: Luke 14 vs 28-30 (NLT) - But don't begin until you count the cost. For who would begin construction of a building without first calculating the cost to see if there is enough money to finish it?...Otherwise, you might complete only the foundation before running out of money, and then everyone would laugh at you.They would say, 'There's the person who started that building and couldn't afford to finish it!


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8 comments:

H said...

Very lovely post. I totally agree...

Giagerry said...

"Don't fight it; Embrace it!"---I have long ago agreed to this statement, and I have learned the priority change that comes with marriage(and diff stages of life too). Really like you said no need to fight it, I feel alot of pple try to fight it and I believe its way easier to embrace it then enjoy it.
I really like the post.
Hmm dint know u were a doctor! :)

Yankeenaijababe said...

I love this post knowing it talks a lot about marriage and the change that comes with it. You are so right that marriage isn't about you anymore but more like your "home,husband and kids" becomes new priority. You are doing a great job my sister o, with the baby and work , great job! it's not easy to be super mummy but don't forget to spoil and do you sometimes.

Myne Whitman said...

Great post, I couldn't agree more.

In the midst of her said...

H: Thanks!

GG: They try and fight it because they really didn't stop to think of marriage as a new chapter. Embracing it makes things much easier. OH, btw...Yes, ma'am I am a doctor.

YNC:Thanks for the compliment- I can do all things through Christ. "Me" time is sooooooo valuable and should not be overlooked either

Myne: Thanks!!!

enybees-hub said...

I so agree with this post,its awesome and I've learned from it too

Jaycee said...

I love this. Thanks, T :)

Anonymous said...

This is very true! My fellow spinster pls to your arithmetic well. Nice post more grace to your elbow.