I could see this being a Christian song…
I mean Satan was all like “Dude we are a great couple” and I beleived it for a time and I’d follow Him, he’d screw up, like over and over again, and I felt like crap. Then I was like “You know what? I’m done. From now on it’s Jesus.”
“WE ARE NEVER EVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER.”
…The Devil thought he had me…. Lolz, You’re ugly inside and out! You love to pick on people! Wonder if you can take what you dish out, hows it like getting kicked out of Heaven? Warm in Hell is it? LOL, You can come at me bro cause I’m clothed in the armor of God! I am NOT scared of you! Not one bit! We are never ever getting together again! Just get lost, no one likes you. Ha!
I feel like I need you remind you brothers and sisters to push yourselves aside, and focus on the Lord. Do you hear me? YOU needs to go! Tell yourself to MOVE out of the way! GO! Your not even needed here! YOU do not belong here! GO! GET OUT! LEAVE! YOU’RE NOT WELCOME!
GOD, is all you need. Your eyes need to be FIXED on Him! DENY YOURSELF! You should, eat, sleep, breathe, think, and feel Him! You don’t need your foolish self all up in HIS body! You’ll mess it all up! You’ll mess up all his plans and hopes and dreams for you! Deny yourself! Push YOU aside! Forget you! Let God in and become identical to Him. Become like Christ! YOU messed up and that’s why YOU asked Him to come into your heart. How dare you continue to act as if you know it all! Don’t be stupid! Don’t be foolish! Don’t be so IGNORANT.
Let Go and let God.
- that he continues to grow spiritually through the disciplines of Bible study, prayer, and quiet times. (Proverbs 4:23)
- that his relationship with God will bear much fruit in his life, and that he will be a man who seeks wisdom and understanding. (Proverbs 3:7, Psalm 112:1)
- that he would walk humbly with God, and would always be convicted quickly about any sin in his life. (Micah 6:8)
- that he will continue to grow as the leader of our family, and that God would be glorified in our marriage. (Ephesians 5:25-29)
- that he would have a teachable spirit and a servant’s heart, and that he will listen to God and desire to do His will. (Proverbs 15:33)
- that he would always look to the way of escape from any kind of temptation, and that he would rely on God to remain faithful to our marriage, and to God. (1 Corinthians 10:13)
- that he would safeguard his heart against inappropriate relationships with the opposite sex, and this heart would pure and undivided in his commitment to me and to our marriage. (Proverbs 6:23-25)
- that he would continue to be able to provide for our family, and that he will not become discouraged by doing work he does not enjoy.
- that money would never become a source of discord in our family, and that we would be wise in handling finances and in stewardship. (Luke 16:13)
- that the words he speaks will build our family, and reflect a heart of love. (Proverbs 18:21)
- that our physical intimacy would be a positive reflection of selfless love. (Song of Solomon 7:10)
- that the men in his life would encourage his accountability before God, and that he would be a godly influence on his friends and coworkers. (Proverbs 13:20, 27:17)
- that he would choose healthy foods and activities, and honor God by taking the best possible care of his body as the tabernacle of God. (1 Corinthians 6:19)
- for his strength — physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. (Ephesians 3:16)
- for him to have wisdom and discernment in training/disciplining our children, and that You would enable him to love them unconditionally. (Ephesians 6:4)
- that he would always have an eternal perspective, and make the most of however much time he has in this life. (Ephesians 5:16)
- that he would always be a man of peace, who allows the Holy Spirit to lead his responses in all situations. (Romans 14:19)
- that he would have a balanced life in regards to work and play, and that he would submit his schedule to You. (Proverbs 16:9)
- for him to find favor with the Lord, but also with people he knows and interacts with. (Luke 2:52)
- that he would enjoy peace and refreshment in his relationship with the Lord. (Psalm 16:11)
- that he would always be courageous in his stand against evil and injustice, and that he will protect our family from Satan’s attacks. (Ephesians 6:13)
- that he would be a man of prayer, seeking God in purposeful ways. (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
- that he will serve God and others with pure motives, and that God would be glorified in everything he does. (Colossians 3:23-24)
- that he would offer all this dreams to the Lord, and pursue only those that bring God glory, and that count for eternity. (Jeremiah 29:11)
- that he will recognize the lies of the enemy in his life, and that he will always be guided by the Truth. (2 Corinthians 10:4-5)
(Source: seejamieblog.com, via youmeandchaitea)
“Can two people walk together, without agreeing on the direction?” - Amos 3:3 ♥
“Don’t team up with those who are unbelievers. How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness?” - 2 Corinthians 6:14 ♥
Mhmm can’t argue with the word. Watch yourselves, whether you think he or she is ‘the one’, if you’re not equally yoked you can bring trouble upon yourself. You have no time for random men to be walking in and out of your life causing heartache, God will script your love story in due time, so be still and wait on him, don’t go looking in the wrong places. During your single season he is preparing you and your future spouse for each other, so there is no rush. No randoms, no more. Because when you really think about it - when it comes to relationships, you’re either setting yourself up for heartbreak and hurting or marriage and a lifelong commitment. Why waste time and add extra stress upon yourself? Be still.
Even in friendships, if you ain’t got a mutual ground and your letting your unbeliever friend influence you in ways which create a gap between you and the Father, it’s time to do a clear out. Bad and Good don’t mix, it’s either one or the other, but continue to be a light in peoples lives and draw closer to Him, because you’ll turn heads, plant seeds and may even lead someone into salvation and become part of somebody’s redemption story.