Singles! Every No is a Yes to Something Better!

Leshia Writes:

Dear Julie,

I emailed you about two years ago regarding an article you wrote for CBN that blessed me during at a low time in my life. It was the one about an ogre and something or other. At that time, the man that i thought would be my husband reneged on our engagement after going back to a life of drugs.

When this happened, you told me that God actually favored me and to be thankful God stepped in when He did to prevent me from the hurt that could have ensued for both me and my son. You also said God would give someone better in his timing.

God has now blessed me with an AWESOME man of God whom I have known since 1986 where we have served faithfully in a ministry together.  Due to circumstances beyond his control, his wife divorced him which hurt him deeply. I'd never even considered him because we have been friends and brother/sister in the Lord for so long but who better to partner with. We are due to wed July 14, 2007. God truly knows how and when to come through! God truly blessed the broken road and brought us together for such a time as this. Thank you for your encouragement along the way!

Julie's comments: Thank you Leshia. We all wish you the very best and are rejoicing in the Lord with you! 

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  • C.Dac

    I just wanted to post a statement about your "9-lies" story about dating. I am a brother and do agree with these statements to a degree. I am writing because I think that guys new to their walk with God need to examine how they act around a sister in a dating situation when they are still young in their walk.

    I was brought into a church by my girlfriend (she was a Christian and I "thought" I was). I just did not live my life like one. This sister is truly my soul-mate and we both felt that way, but I never lived my days like a Christian around her even while studying the bible.

    Each of your 9 statements hit home in some fashion and I have been guilty of some. I am just saying that Godly men should act how you state in this letter and I was acting like a man of the world (instead of a man of God) and in turn lost her after a year and a half.

    Her church interfered in our relationship but….I have to confess to being that guy you describe in your story….

    I just want to say that maybe this can be addressed to brothers so they too do not lose someone who they may feel God put into their lives…

    God Bless

    • jferwerd

      Thanks so much for your response. I appreciate your perspectives.

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