God Wants to Give You the Best

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One key to finding your perfect match may surprise you.

My BTO group (Becoming the One) had a ladies’ night out a few weeks ago. During the course of the evening, one of the group members who recently married made an interesting point about marriage and trust in God. This friend has experienced the outcome of relying on God in her marriage—both before she married this man and today, as she continues to become the one for him.

She spoke of how God really wants the best for His children.

He wants you to become the way He sees you and thinks of you, and He wants to give you the best spouse. He doesn’t want you to go through the sorrow of an awful marriage or relationship.

“If we trust God,” my friend declared, “we know the best—His first choice—is around the corner somewhere.”

It really is that simple. Your Father in Heaven wants the best for you. Giving you the best is the desire of His heart.

When I was single and longing for my husband, that truth really helped me in my walk with God. I knew He had the best for me—and He did. In His perfect timing, He brought the best into my life.

If you are single and hoping to meet that special person, trust in God is vital. Your Father wants the best for you. If you can step into this place of trusting Him and loving Him for who He is, meeting the right person becomes all about His timing, His will, and His heart for you—which is to give you the absolute best.

 

 

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