These days, getting into a Godly relationship it's so hard to do. It's even considered a miracle when you meet someone that shares the same values. Leaving us feeling as if... Maybe? Just maybe we are called to singleness. But then, you trust God has someone for you, who will love Him more the they will love you. Someone who will listen, care, and guide you through life in a Godly light. We have faith that someday, we will meet our Cole LaBrant to our Savannah. Our Savannah to our Cole LaBrant. Us Christian singles gotta stick together, and push through this single season of life. Yet, learning about what all a Godly relationship consists of.
Lucky, there's such thing as the Bible App. You best believe I have done many... MANY... MANY... Daily devotions about marriage and relationships. I have a list of favorites, some have taught me more than others, but at the end of the day, everyone's walk with Christ is different. Here are some of my recommendations when it comes to reading about relationships.
The Sacred Search by Gary Thomas
I have read this plan multiple times within the past year, and each time I pick up something new. This focuses on both the wife's aspect and the husbands aspect, so you know how you are supposed to carry yourself, and how the other is as well. It gives GREAT in-sites, ensuring that you share a spiritual mission, but just a skin deep attraction.
Cole&Sav: Put God In The Center Of Relationships
Now, most people know who the LaBrant family is, and most young christians strive to have a relationship like theirs one day. This is a 5 day devotional, and each day you will learn the importantance of having God in the center of all your relationships. Not only that, but the beautiful path you'll follow if Christ is in your life.
Christian Courtship And Dating
In this plan you will read advice on Christian Courtship. You will see that although the Bible doesn't say much about dating, there are still principles and lessons we can take away and apply to our lives. Lessons that give us opportunity to make wise decisions regarding relationships and the potential of marriage.