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How to be Your Own
Do you know how to be your own (single) person?
Sometimes the hardest person to get along with is you. Don’t get me wrong there are a lot of people we just can’t get along with (ask Shelley, she wrote a book on it)! But when it comes to being comfortable in our own skin, it can be tough.
Maybe you’re afraid of being alone.
+ Desperate Singles
+ Breaking Up With “The One”
+ Why Changing Your Significant Other Won’t Work
+ The Right Way To Breakup
+ How To Handle A Breakup
+ How To Be Your Own (Single) Person
+ Why Breakups Are Hard
+ He (Jesus) Loves You!
Maybe I’m more co-dependent than I want to admit.
I wrote in my new book, Loves Me Not,
“Instead of letting my bitterness [over a breakup] get me down, my confusion led me deep into the heart of Texas.
I decided it was time for me to be my own person.
I moved to Texas and joined a nine-month-long Discipleship Training School called Ambassadors For Christ and said goodbye to my friends and family. I couldn’t wait to learn more about writing and the Word. I had so many more questions than answers. I thought I had heard God right about [my ex]. I thought that He said he was “the one” for me.
I was wrong again.
How could I be so stupid?
I hadn’t yet learned it’s actually possible to hear what you only want to hear. It’s easy to mistake God’s voice for my own because all I could hear was the sound of my heartbreak. I understood God’s comfort, but I had yet to understand His ways.”
Have you ever felt that way? Maybe it’s been years since you’ve been single, or maybe the pain from a previous breakup still threatens to bring tears to your eyes.
An important lesson we need to learn along the road to adulthood is how to listen to God’s voice instead of our own.
Who does God say that I am?
I guarantee you--after you hear how much God really loves you and has a plan for your life-then no one else’s words, plans, or ideas will matter. Plus, it’s easier to be the version God wants you to be versus the other copies-because they’re all carbon, or fake.
When I was in my early 20’s I had all these grand ideas of what I wanted to do with my life, and who I wanted to become.
I never thought in a million years that serving God on the mission’s field wasn’t where God wanted me.
Have you ever felt like a failure at serving God?
Maybe you thought you heard the voice of God (like I did) only to find out it wasn’t where He wanted you.
Be encouraged my friends!
God never wastes a step on the journey towards becoming His child. Since we are made in the image of God, there’s nothing we can do to surprise Him-even when we think we’re perfect (he’s not surprised to find out that we’re not).
I recently wrote a book entitled Loves Me Not, and I’d love for you to read it!
I wanted to focus solely on heartbreak and how to find healing God’s way. If you or anyone you know is currently experiencing a broken relationship or a breakup--I encourage you to pick up the eBook for only $2.99.
Here are a few benefits you will gain from reading this book:
+ Why Guarding Your Heart Isn’t Enough
+ Can Men and Women Be “Just Friends”?
Relationships are very important to me.
God had me wait over twelve years to meet my husband. It’s probably because God knew how long it would take to become the person He wanted me to be-instead of the person I thought I wanted to be. I can’t wait for you to read it and be encouraged.
Renee Fisher, the Devotional Diva®, is the spirited speaker and author of Faithbook of Jesus, Not Another Dating Book, Forgiving Others, Forgiving Me, and Loves Me Not. A graduate of Biola University, Renee’s mission in life is to “spur others forward” (Hebrews 10:24) using the lessons learned from her own trials to encourage others in their walk with God. She and her husband, Marc, live in California with their dog, Star. Learn more about Renee at www.devotionaldiva.com.