#TodaysTruthInLove ❤

My sisters, a lot of our heartbreak and disappointment comes from being too quick to put labels on relationships. We’re not children anymore where our best friend is someone we met on the playground yesterday. We are not little girls anymore playing house. This is real life. Our destiny is at risk, and it is calling for our growth and maturity. When it comes to relationships of any kind, let’s take the time to pray and ask God how does this relationship fit with Your purpose and plan for my life? Infatuation needs time to settle itself down so we can see right, and discern if what we have with someone is real or imagined. #TodaysTruthInLove

15 thoughts on “#TodaysTruthInLove ❤”

    1. Thank you for this post. ❤Really needing prayers for a relationship I’m in. Very complicated sutuation. Needing the Lord for instruction on how to handle this relationship.

  1. 🔥🔥🔥This Is A Truth In Love!!! I’m so glad this was said because it takes time with any relationship. It Is “Calling” For our GROWTH and MATURITY. When it’s new, we are infatuated. This Is Why I Pray For More Discernment, Asking God To Remove My Feelings And For Him To Do What Is Best For Me To Lead And Guide Me In Every Situation!!! To Move Forward With Him And For Him To Give Him Honor and Glory. ❤️❤️❤️🛐🛐🛐

  2. Sooooooo goooood!

    I don’t know if this devotional was geared towards romantic relationships. But I can apply this info. even in friendships.
    Sometimes, I get to close and share things with people to fast. I am very selective with who I get close to but when I do chose to get close, it is too fast. Because like you said, once emotion and newness wears off you may find that what you thought you had was fabricated and not real.

    And sometimes shifts take place in relationships and you guys naturally grow apart. And sometimes this happens not long after the relationship starts, but yet you’ve shared so much personal info. so soon.

    And lastly, not everyone can handle your transparency and you just being real and you. A true friend that is meant to be with you for the long wrong would be able to.

    So, I’ve told myself after a couple of downfalls, to take it slow, take it slow.

    And just because someone is Christian, even anointed and on fire for God does not mean they can handle the real you, your transparency, nuisances, strength and weaknesses. And just being able to be upfront and honest in the relationship. A real friend should be able to tell you the truth and hear truth.

  3. Clarification: What I mean by not being honest-is not being able to tell you the truth even if it is in your best interest and will benefit you. Holding back truth for fear of conflict, etc. Rather then overcoming all that to say what will benefit you and make you better.

  4. I think that even after alot of years in a relationship we still need to guard our hearts. We need to grow so close to God and not share everything with those we are close too. God is our everything that we can confide in him for all things all things.. Being vigilant in our relationship with God and trusting him will give us what we need when dealing with others. I learned this the hard way.

  5. Thank you for this message. It is good to have discernment as one’s best friend …it has worked well for me in the past, and I know it will help as I figure out my life in my new there and as I meet people and go o to new places. Thank you Jesus for being the same as yesterday, not fickle and loving us when we are.

  6. Thanks for this inspiration. I so needed this. Lord help me in my relationship. I believe this to be true that I too quickly put a label on relationship and soon realized it wasn’t what I thought it to be. Lord open my eyes to see and may your Holy Spirit continues to lead me and fill me with his spirit of discernment. Thanks Sister Kesha.

  7. Words of wisdom. Very timely and true. Thank you. Blessings, Shalom and Agape 👀🙏🏽♥️📖🙌🏽

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