Friday, April 10, 2020

To The Girl Who's Never Been In A Relationship...



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I was recently speaking with a young woman who felt ashamed of the fact that she's never been in a relationship. Actually, she's not the first female to express the frustrations and stigma attached to her situation with me. It begs the question, is there a specific benefit to being in a relationship before marriage? In this episode, I explore this situation and share what I call the "Glass Theory" of a woman's heart.
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10 comments:

Jennifer A. said...

This post is too beautiful. I don't even have the right words to comment, but I know it's going to touch more than a few lives. It's amazing how you came up with the "Glass Cup" theory. The explanation of the fingerprints on the glass makes so much sense. Thank God that He settles matters of the heart.

AliceDCL said...

our hearts like a glass cup,
so right
the grace of God it will take to remove those marking and leave behind a sparkling clean glass

H said...

Very well said.
Nice post!

doll (retired blogger) said...

never quite thought of it like this...interesting

Yankeenaijababe said...

Very inspiring, we truly need Christ to settle our past so that we can move on to greater things, funny we all go through moments of our past hunting us. Thanks for sharing.

IntheMidstofher said...

Thank you all for the encouragement since I started this blog.

Working on the 2nd part of this post.....

Anonymous said...

Awesome post... Defo inspiring especially to those who need to take action and Thank God he is able to settle matters of the heart and wipe the glass clean. How great is thou art? :)

Anonymous said...

I love this post, especially the 'fingerprints' analogy.

Anonymous said...

I love love the analogy and it speaks volumes.

IntheMidstofher said...

Thank you ladies...