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Women & Men Waiting on God For Our Husbands & Choosing A Wife!!!

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Women & Men Waiting on God For Our Husbands & Choosing A Wife!!!

Many women don't wait on God for their husbands. According to Proverbs 18:22--A MAN who finds a wife, finds a good thing! Whether you are single, divorced, widowed or separated, this community is for you meet other women and men who choose to wait!

Members: 694
Latest Activity: Jul 8

SINGLES WHO WISH TO USE THIS GROUP TO CONNECT WITH EACH OTHER THROUGH CHRIST PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DO SO AS THE HOLY SPIRIT LEADS YOU!!


A MAN WHO FINDS A WIFE FINDS A GOOD THING!!!

<br Jesus continue to mold us and make us into beings that shine your light and who resemble you oh Lord. Help us to continually lift one another up daily and share one another's burdens. Bond this group together Lord in an even greater tight-knit unity---and continue to lead others here that feel sometimes as if they're all alone in their fight to patiently wait on you, that they may be encouraged by your word and by your people---Grace and peace to all of you!----Melissa Walters.

Discussion Forum

Relationships???

Started by Jenna Lopez. Last reply by nichola gibson(God's girl) Aug 30, 2012. 4 Replies

expecting the impossible?

Started by Jesse Seipel. Last reply by John G. Roberts Apr 29, 2012. 1 Reply

Patience

Started by John M. Edwards Jr.. Last reply by John G. Roberts Apr 9, 2012. 1 Reply

Still waiting...??

Started by jose aguilar. Last reply by 2PM Jul 20, 2011. 4 Replies

CHANGES THAT HEAL

Started by Malinda Winkle May 16, 2011. 0 Replies

TO MARRY OR NOT TO MARRY??

Started by PROPHETESS CAROL. Last reply by PROPHETESS CAROL Apr 20, 2011. 4 Replies

Love

Started by John M. Edwards Jr.. Last reply by Gerry Feb 14, 2011. 2 Replies

He never said it would be easy

Started by Ladii T. Last reply by Ladii T Jan 12, 2011. 4 Replies

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Comment by Pastor Emmanuel Bowier Coine on August 24, 2011 at 9:04pm
THOUGHT OF WISDOM>>>Every one who had ever succeeded in life, have one way or the other gone through the pit experience intended to show us greatness of God . the pit is a place of training for greatness in life. The pit you find yourself in today is not deepest, if some one told you about his or her experience you most likely forget yours. It is not the pit that matters, it is our approach to life while we are in the pit.
Comment by John M. Edwards Jr. on August 2, 2011 at 2:36pm

"But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you (Matthew 6:33 nkjv)."

Should seeking a companion be our main focus or should we be about our Father's business? When your focus is to be all you can be for the kingdom of God, sadness and loneliness will flee from you. The scripture above is in relationship to what people of the world be seeking. God is aware of all our needs including companionship. If we act upon God's word, the promises of God's word will be fulfilled in our lives. If you truly have faith in God, then show it with your actions and let pleasing Him with your whole heart be your main focus.

Comment by Pastor Emmanuel Bowier Coine on July 31, 2011 at 9:36pm

Marriage becomes a series of surprise for most of us and one of them is how frequently we need to forgive and be forgiven. Faithfulness may be the first essential of a love-filled marriage but even the best relationship cannot remain intact for long without forgiveness.

 The bible says wife and husband behave faithful way consistently ever follow that which is good. (1Thess. 5:15) Faithful relationship goes to a great deal of trouble understand the beloved. Quench not the spirit of your mate through misunderstanding and speak the true in relationship.

 (1Thess. 5:16)

Comment by Zizo Alex on July 26, 2011 at 2:26pm
i feel my god will sendding my partner on time (trust of god)
Comment by Malinda Winkle on July 26, 2011 at 6:58am
During my time of waiting, I am working towards healing from previous relationships. I joined a separation group when we separated and a Divorce Care support group -- both at my church -- when we divorced. I have learned so much about myself and the changes that need to be made before I can approach a healthy relationship. I am not looking for a man in my life righ now. But, I'm focusing on my relationship with God. I am presently studying an awesome book called CHANGES THAT HEAL by Henry Cloud. I highly recommend that to others. Also, CENTERED ON GOD. That is a life-changing book I've read twice in the last few months.
Comment by Zizo Alex on July 26, 2011 at 4:09am
relationship?????????????????????????????????????????????????until naw
Comment by Alexander Chukwuyenum Osademe on July 26, 2011 at 4:05am
for you that is waiting on God, what exactly are you doing in your time of waiting. are you idle or you are watchful. it's a pity many dont do anything in their period of waiting. you must understand that wisdom of God in this age is the only antidote of us coming out out of the dark cloud of the devil. even now that knowledge is growing fast, some books we read dont even portray God's mind at all. yet many hold o them tenaciously. But hear ye the words of wisdom "I stand at every door, gates and on the streets calling". therefore, he who is watchful will come to realise tat your man or woman could be living by your side while you are busy  taking selfish trip looking for your partner. STOP! START LOOKING right where you are. YOU GOT IT> 
Comment by Zizo Alex on July 20, 2011 at 2:06pm
i just wait still look for relationship
Comment by Ruth on May 15, 2011 at 10:32am

Wow,  How much wisdom, and how well-said.

The way God intended it to be.

If marriages were like that, there would be no divorce.

So, what is it that keeps us from living in that way?

SELFISHNESS.

Comment by Raj on May 15, 2011 at 10:03am
Some advice… about first dates. For the man, be polite, well dressed, and on time. All of these things show respect and consideration. Don’t be so intent on impressing her with worldly things, such as your car and the money you can spend, at least if you are hoping for the kind of woman commended in the Bible. Take her to a place that will make her feel comfortable and safe. Take an interest in her, and don’t talk all the time. Ask her questions and listen to what she says in reply. You should be interested in getting to know her heart and the character of her relationship to Christ. Above all, our Lord commands you: “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matt. 19:19). Your guiding rule should be to ensure that a woman who spends time with you is spiritually encouraged by the experience. You must take responsibility to ensure that conversation is wholesome and godly. Remember that you are out either with your future wife or with the future wife of some other Christian man. Start honoring marriage now (Heb. 13:4), and thus honor God. If this is not the woman whom God has for you to marry, then assume that her future husband may be on a first date with your future wife. Do unto him as you would have him do unto you.
 

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