Missing Out On Purpose


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It is oftentimes easy to miss out on purpose when we meet some that matches our passion and dreams. We have to be careful not to miss out on the purpose for which ,God created the meeting. #Inquiry

Life they say begins with a meeting

They met in church. Never really spoke spoke to each other but every gaze was defined. It had deep rooted visible meanings not just to her but to all that saw. This is perfect. God knows how to answer prayers that keep all the compatibility checks in place( spiritual, emotional, financial, communication … add to her list)

It seemed like everything she prayed for. Their purpose and passions we so in line and yes they were all serving in church. Church doesn’t kill the demons we have Christ does. Things seemed great till other girls furry grew. Unknown to her his past and present fondling’s with them was the cause. How do you do church and still try to play “Christ”.

She talked to him about it. Her zeal for God seemed to trim the sloppiness of his faith. Time and age was pressing on their relationship. Insecurities set in and pride took over. Pride and love cannot co-exist. Never. Too many emotional wounds and blackmails grew. Compromise was beginning to have foothold. The strong hold had to be broken. We often want to impose our answers on God and yet ask for His “Will”. They had to sit down and be honest with each other. They were trying to impose on destiny and not pursue destiny. They parted ways and remain distant friends and now both basking in the Glory of His goodness. If live makes their part cross again, good but if not purpose is being lived in their separate lives

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