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Anonymous asked:

hey you're so kind and inspiring!! I have a question: how do I go about talking about God to my friends who are "Christian" but not super religious? Idk I'm not super close with anyone from my church and I want to talk about God with my friends more often, but I'm afraid that they'll make fun of me

godlydatingandfeelings answered:

Sneak God into your conversation

 

Example: “I’m praying for a great school year, what are you hoping for this school year?”.

During your hangouts, and its time to eat, take an initiative to pray over all your food. Once they are “introduced” to God, {this}helping to soften their hearts, and preparing yourself to go bold and say what the holy spirit leads you.  ❤ 

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Anonymous asked:

How can I keep God the center of my relationship?

godlydatingandfeelings answered:

Hey Dear

That’s a good question. That is the question

First and foremost surrendering your love-life to God. Trusting Him wherever He wants to lead you, lead your partner, and lead you two together. In all things do unto your partner, and your relationship the way Christ would and does unto you: loving, praying, lifting, encouraging, them and it to God. What would be unsightly to Christ if He were in your mind and in room, is not right, what would please Christ and know for sure He’ll be smiling is what will keep the relationship with God. 

In summary, you keeping Christ in your life will trickle Christ in every part in your life. Including your relationship. And this is how God is kept the center of your relationship

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Now listen to me, as a man, I know. When boys want to date you, they are going to put their absolute best foot forward. They want you to like them. They will pretend to be someone they are not. So I want you to ask hard questions. Look for consistency. And most importantly you need Christ as your center, because if that isn’t there, you have nothing at all.
Grandpa  (via possibilityisinherhands)