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  1. I've been struggling with this a lot since becoming an elementary teacher. I've always wanted to be a wife and a mother but it became harder when I saw firsthand how amazing my students are and wishing I had a family of my own. Thank you for making this video and encouraging me to have a spirit of patience, focusing on growing myself and loving the people I am blessed to have in my life right now.

  2. I am 20 and I pray to God and will wish on birthday to bring a girl into my life who will love me, be loyal to me and never betray me. Sometimes it just feels so lonely without talking to someone about everything. Even more lonely, because I already know the good feeling of telling everything to a girl and just talking about everything. 😭😭

  3. Yes put their needs before your own but do it with a healthy balance. Because even toxic, abusive and manipulative people will use this saying about you needing to put their needs before your own to try to make excuses for themselves when they abuse and use you. Then it breaks you down and dries you out and you're still going for years trying to be a good person and support and help these people who use you selfishly. Then you wake up ten or twenty plus years later, still putting their needs before your own and you're so burnt out you've practically gained nothing from it. Don't over sacrifice yourself. I've been there. Done that.

  4. I'm pushing 40, it's very tough for people my age to find romance. Everyone has scars and bruises and some aren't ready to let them go. I don't even know how to go about meeting someone anymore.

  5. Great Video thank you! just that part you said about financing, I hear way to many people my age go oh I can't get married I dont have a good enough job etc and that is rubbish, sure be sensible try to grow your life but there really is no perfect time to get married if your willing to face your struggles together and understand what that means facing them with Christ then just do it!

  6. The Best Dating Advise For Christian Men (I know these are hard truths but it will save you a lot of heart ache in the future):
    1. If a woman wears lots of makeup, do not date. Little or no makeup is best. The level of makeup is proportional to her ego.
    2. The woman must not rate herself a 10, 9, 8 or 7. Many women (not all) are prideful and narcissistic and around 90% of woman rate themselves a 10.
    3. Test a woman's anger, does she get any quickly or does she take a moment to gather her thoughts.
    4. Does a woman wants equality in a relationship, will she pay for the date? Often women say one thing and to another
    5. Does a woman have questionable friends? She will secretly be what her friends are
    6. Many women these days are secretly promiscuous, you must know who their past partners were. (Note: They will often lie)
    7. If you ask a woman, "What do you bring to the table?" and they respond "I am the table", RUN! They offer nothing and will take everything from you.
    8. Is the woman willing to serve you and recognize your hard work?
    9. Does the woman expect to be pampered and treated like a queen? RUN!
    10. If she is unwilling to let you see her messages or phone, do not stick around. Many woman have "guy friends" as options later if her relationship with you does not work out. Reference #6
    11. Test a woman and give her $100 to spend. If she comes back all the money, she's a keeper.
    12. Women will many times just want free meals during dating. Or if she brings a friend on a date, politely remove yourself from the date and never look back.
    13. Never date a woman that is raised by a single mother. It's not that single mother's are bad, but rather a missing father figure destroy's a woman's future character. Trust me, you don't want the "Daddy issues, girl"
    14. Woman want the top 1% in their 20's, top 10% in their 30's, and top 80% in their 40's. The older a woman is, the more experience she has (Reference #6), the younger a woman is, the less damaged she is. After 5 partners, the odds of have a successful marriage are less than 10%. So remember, time both working against you (high number of partners) and for you (more value you bring to the table)
    15. Understand that marriage isn't the end game. After all Paul was single and look what he accomplished in Christ's name
    16. If you really want to find a woman, reject them. Women want what they can't have (often taking shortcuts to get what they want). If you are in your 40's, you're considered a diamond bachelor.
    17. Don't listen to women that give you dating advise, they will almost always give you bad advise.
    18. If you are dating, don't marry in your early 20's if possible, because if you get married, you may not have enough financially to support a growing family.
    19. If a woman uses social media extensively or is into star signs, DO NOT DATE.
    20. The love of money is the root of all evil… However, the lack of money causes many evils. Work hard but work smarter.

  7. Thank you for this, especially tip #4.

    The passage in scripture that goes "if God is for us, who can be against us" I've always had subconsciously twisted so that deep down I've felt "if God is against me, who can be for me?" so that I never had anyone on my side in my singleness. It's such a disheartening way to see God in my singleness, but I've got to turn it around that God wants me to have success as I put Him first in my life

  8. I think being in content in God and the desire a relationship but not to idolize it is the hardest part for me. I’ve been in 2 relationships 1 of them was more God centered but when we broke up and she got with someone else I completely shattered and was broken for months.

    I’m trying to fully be content in God and learn his character and find my identity completely in him. I’m trying to learn new things and grow in skill and trade and glorify him in the process and to love myself better.

    I deeply ask for prayer with working through these deep desires of wanting to be married and finding more of who God is and knowing his love.

  9. Marriage is overrated guys…we should be above and beyond this scammy tradition. We came into this world alone, we should get through this world alone, and then we should leave this world alone.

  10. I don't have the strength to own my choice. I feel guilty about that, but I don't feel like I can do anything about it. My self esteem is on the floor, I feel very miserable and sad, and guilty.

  11. be desirable…sort out your appearance, your habits, your spiritual priorities, your life goals. Fall in love with Jesus. Stop idolising the opposite sex. Focus on your goals. Men, lift weights, lose weight, eat right, stop treating women like princesses – they're fallen like you. Be a leader. Women – be a follower, a helper (like Eve), find the right man to defer to and respect, lose weight, stay in shape, stop disrespecting men you're with, stop following the ways and patterns of the world. You might find a partner, you might not, but you'll be happier regardless. Overall: don't play down physical attractiveness. Nobody's going to tell you this but it matters and do what's in your power to make yourself physically desirable – even though a real relationship needs a bunch of other things to thrive

  12. Not being married yet, isn't something bad, I just don't always like being not married, yet. Being hungry for food may feel uncomfortable, but it isn't bad to be hungry. I may have a thirst for water, but it's not bad to be thirsty. What am I trying to say?, I am trying to say or show two things, that I don't always like it when I am still single and that it is not bad to go through hardship, suffering, etc.

    Philippians 4:10-13
    English Standard Version
    God's Provision

    10 I rejoiced in the Lord greatly that now at length you have revived your concern for me. You were indeed concerned for me, but you had no opportunity. 11 Not that I am speaking of being in need, for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. 12 I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty and hunger, abundance and need. 13 I can do all things through him who strengthens me.

    Hebrews 13:5-8
    English Standard Version

    5 Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” 6 So we can confidently say,

    “The Lord is my helper;
    I will not fear;
    what can man do to me?”

    7 Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith. 8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

    1 Corinthians 7:27-31
    English Standard Version

    27 Are you bound to a wife? Do not seek to be free. Are you free from a wife? Do not seek a wife. 28 But if you do marry, you have not sinned, and if a betrothed woman[a] marries, she has not sinned. Yet those who marry will have worldly troubles, and I would spare you that. 29 This is what I mean, brothers: the appointed time has grown very short. From now on, let those who have wives live as though they had none, 30 and those who mourn as though they were not mourning, and those who rejoice as though they were not rejoicing, and those who buy as though they had no goods, 31 and those who deal with the world as though they had no dealings with it. For the present form of this world is passing away.

    1 John 5:14-15
    English Standard Version

    14 And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. 15 And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.

  13. I thank God for leading me to you guys. You helped clear up so many questions.

    Keep doing what you're doing everyone, you're all a blessing.

  14. I don't really understand where the people are coming from who say we don't need more than Jesus – that Jesus/God is sufficient. There's a sense in which that's true, but in Genesis, Adam walks with God in the garden, yet Adam still needed another companion.

    So when you say this, do you mean the human alone on a desert island should be content with just knowing God? What do you mean by content?

  15. I dont know the anwers but doing it this way can also be vey damaging to young people. Sex is forbidden till marraige can cause problems.
    1) view sex as wrong, can persist into marraige
    2) end up marrying sooner/younger before you are ready
    3) get robbed of the joy of sex in the early years of romance
    4) constant guilt about your feelings
    5) by the time you are allowed sex, you are 4/ 5 years in and maybe one person doesnt even want it much anymore, because the relationship has developed passed the really passionate stage
    6) later down the line you regret missing out and have a midlife crisis and get divorced and then go do all the stuff you missed out on as a young person in love, but now you have kids who you mess up
    8) how do you build relationship without any physical intimacy, also why is it ok to have emtional intimacy but not physical intimacy, like the flesh is evil but the spirit is not. Surely you should go the whole way and say no to physical or emotional intimacy. You should not talk to your boyfriend/girlfriend about deep feelings an thoughts.

    I dont want to lead anyone astray but these are my thoughts based upon personal experience.

    Started dating my wife at 15, married at 20, divorcing at 40. We knew we would be married by about 17/18. I wish at that point we would have just enjoyed sex, rather than keeping supers strict rules, but i dont know. I could be totally wrong, but i think there i some balancing act in the middle somewhere

  16. Thank you so Much.. this is very impactful to me. Especially tip number three. Be content in God. For so long I have been finding comfort in humans and not to God. And sometimes I thought God is not much responsible in the issues of relationship. So now I understand that I don't need more than Jesus Christ Himself 🥰🙏🙏

  17. Can i ask what Fear the Lord means or is like? Like am I supposed to be scared of Him? I thought we were meant to be friends with Jesus so uow am i supposed to fear a friend?

  18. Hey I'm new to this channel and i would like to ask this question is it good for a Christian to be in a relationship at young age ? I see alot of young children in relationship and some say it's wrong for children to be in relationship but others say it's good if they don't engage in any sexual activities which I'm soo confused about please help me to understand thank you❤


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