Christian singleness: How to Make The Most of it

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How to make the most of your Christian singleness

A lot of people have been in so many relationships that they’ve forgotten how to enjoy their own company, it’s perfectly normal but it’s not healthy. Some Christian Singles often ask this question “God Why am I still single?”

Being single Christian woman waiting on God isn’t necessarily a bad thing, in fact; it’s a stage where you do more for yourself and by yourself. I call it purposeful singleness.

If you are struggling with singleness know that God is with you and also you have to know that singleness is a gift from God.

This article is written to inspire and teach single Christian woman and single Christian men how to make the most of their Christian singleness.

We all know that Christian single women struggles in this modern world to stay true to themselves.

There are so many things to do when single and no friends, and there are also things for a single woman to do alone. Being content in singleness should be the watchword

5 Ways To Make The Most OF Your Christian Singleness

 

FOCUS ON YOUR FUTURE:

When you’re single, you get to focus on your future, not your future with your boyfriend or girlfriend.

It’s so easy to deprioritize the things most important to you for the sake of someone else.

When you are in a relationship, your long-term goals may completely change. The advantage of being single is having no one to distract you from your personal goals.

 

You can determine what your life goals are and focus on how to get there. You won’t have anybody holding you back.

 

YOU’RE YOUR OWN BOSS:

Usually, when in a relationship, most big decisions are made jointly. When single, there’s no need to compromise with your boyfriend or girlfriend.

No decisions will be made that will result in any big fights. Basically, you don’t need anyone else’s input.

You decide what you do, there are no restrictions. You can officially do whatever you want…within reason. Embrace the freedom you have being a single Christian woman or single Christian man.

 

WORK ON YOURSELF:

Relationships can be stressful. There will be times when you fight, miscommunicate, or don’t see eye to eye.

I think this is something that most people forget when they are feeling lonely over not being in a relationship. When you’re single, you don’t have that extra burden weighing you down.

 

You can use that time to seriously work on yourself and discover what genuinely fulfills you and makes you happy.

Sometimes, people search for happiness in relationships or use relationships to fill some void and make them whole.

There is nothing healthy about that at all. I would say that you must discover self-fulfillment and self-meaning before you enter into a relationship.

How could you expect someone to get to know you intimately if you don’t know yourself in that way? Being a single Christian woman or single Christian man is the perfect adventure to find fulfillment.

 

BUILD YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD: Christian Single woman Devotional

No matter your relationship status, investing in your relationship with God is essential. And all strong relationships including your relationship with God require a great deal of time, attention and energy.

If you’re single, now is probably the time you’ll have the most flexibility and freedom with your time. So spend it with your Savior.

Grow close to Him. Make the most of your Chrisitan single life or years.

Use them to develop meaningful friendships, to serve others, and, most importantly, to grow closer to Jesus.

For whatever reason, God has given you this time to be single so use it to His glory.

 

GO ON DATES:

Embrace Christian singlehood by dating. Sounds counterintuitive, but really it’s not There are better ways to enjoy Christian single life than going on a dating fast.

Dates can help you figure out the kind of person you want to date and the way you want to date when you find someone to possibly have a more serious relationship with.

A real date means intentionally getting to know someone. You don’t have to decide if you could marry them, just whether or not you want to see them again next weekend.

 

Plus, meeting new people is a great way to open the door to new experiences: from trying a new restaurant in town to once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. So do it, make the most of your Christian singleness!

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