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how can a single person survive in a world full of couples?

Asked by: Anonymous

worshipgifs:

Pray. Study. Serve the Lord at church. Read his word. Get busy working for God. When you’re busy working, you don’t have time to feel sorry for yourself because you have no one. Strive to improve yourself in education, career, finances and in your walk with God. If you want a Godly man/woman, then you must become a Godly man/woman. Don’t waste your time on relationships that aren’t going anywhere.

Recognize that God is in control, even when it seems He has forgotten you. I love the words to the Old Testament prophet Habakkuk:
Look around at the nations; look and be amazed! For I am doing something in your own day, something you wouldn’t believe even if someone told you about it” (Habakkuk 1:5, NLT).
Often when it seems nothing is happening is when everything is happening behind the scenes. You just can’t see it.

Renew your faith in God’s quiet, steady providence. Every major figure in the Bible was forced to wait long periods of time before God brought them to a place of success.
Abraham waited twenty-five years before his wife Sarah gave birth to their first child.
Joseph slogged through thirteen years of betrayal, false imprisonment, and abandonment before assuming the leadership of Egypt.
Moses spent forty years tending sheep before God called him as a deliverer of His people.
David spent fourteen years before the throne of Israel would be his.
And in Jesus’s own ministry, he often told his disciples “My hour has not yet come.”
Waiting is not incidental to faith. Waiting is the DNA of faith.

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herpointsofview:

Do not tell me I’m weak. You don’t know how hard it is to deal with people like you. You don’t know how long I stare at myself in the mirror, and say “don’t give up” without crying. You don’t know how I fight the urge to break down. You don’t know how I try to keep up with my fucked up life when I just actually want to end this. I’m not weak, I am strong enough to live despite every pain and failure.

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herpointsofview:

If there is an award for “Best in Pretending to be Okay”, I’m definitely a nominee.

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this is a question i’ve asked myself countless times as of late. when a situation is stressful and i’m about to let myself freak out, i take a step back and ask myself: “is this situation really going to matter in a year?” if not, i shrug it off. if so, i take appropriate steps to correct the situation and move on. i’m not perfect, but this one question has helped me immensely. why worry? why get angry? why be miserable? the things we get upset about on a daily basis most likely won’t matter a week from now, let alone a year from now. perspective is key. don’t sweat the small stuff, and the big stuff won’t seem as scary.

this is a question i’ve asked myself countless times as of late. when a situation is stressful and i’m about to let myself freak out, i take a step back and ask myself: “is this situation really going to matter in a year?” if not, i shrug it off. if so, i take appropriate steps to correct the situation and move on. i’m not perfect, but this one question has helped me immensely. why worry? why get angry? why be miserable? the things we get upset about on a daily basis most likely won’t matter a week from now, let alone a year from now. perspective is key. don’t sweat the small stuff, and the big stuff won’t seem as scary.

(Source: explore-everywhere, via worshipgifs)

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