To my Sisters in Christ.

Shared by a sister in Christ- May Williams

Preach Preach Preach‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

A heartbreaking lesson that MANY women unfortunately have to live through, heal and grow from. Stop internalizing the non faithful person’s sin and decisions. No! You DID NOT DO ANYTHING WRONG.

ALL relationships have problems, hardships, and trying times, but the answer is communication, commitment, prayer, and understanding. NEVER CHEATING! If the person’s answer is to cheat… they are weak, small minded, carnal, not committed, lacks self respect, and as stated below… has no reverence or fear of God.

Hi, sweet sisters!

If a man wants to cheat, there is absolutely nothing you can do to stop him.

Do not internalize his decisions and sins.

You are Loved. Before you were born, you were known. Being with a specific individual is your decision. Pray first, and always.

While many believers sincerely desire to spend time with God in prayer, few actually do. Spiritual discipline is necessary to make prayer a priority in our lives. God, however, has made prayer a priority—directing his children to pray first, often and always. Therefore, prayer should become a priority for us!

Scripture speaks repeatedly of the importance of prayer. Paul says to pray about everything (Philippians 4:6). Believers should make all requests known to God. In addition, believers are admonished to pray regularly and frequently. David promised the Lord, “Evening, morning and noon I cry out” (Psalm 55:17). Jesus prayed for extended periods of time, especially when making important decisions (Luke 6:12). Certainly when facing challenges or trials, a believer should pray (James 5:13). Paul exhorted the Christians in Thessalonica to pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17). Prayer becomes not only an attitude of the heart but also a continual dialogue with the Lord.

When praying, take time to be still and hear a word from God (Psalm 46:10). The Bible dictates no specific time or place for prayer. However, a believer may find it easier to maintain the priority of prayer when she establishes a definite time and place to pray as part of her daily schedule (Luke 18:1).

Prayer should occupy a place in the heart; it also needs a place in the home. While every believer does not need a prayer closet (Matthew 6:6), all believers should have a place of solitude free from distraction in order to pray in private.

To help make prayer a priority, you may want to use a prayer journal or devotional book or write out a prayer list and revise it often. Share your commitment to prayer with others, both to encourage them and to hold yourself accountable for praying regularly.

Evening and morning and at noon
I will pray, and cry aloud,
And He shall hear my voice.
— Psalm 55:17

You are worthy.

You are not lacking anything; the man who cheats, however, lacks self-discipline and has no reverence for God.

Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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