But I wish everyone were single, just as I am. Yet each person has a special gift from God, of one kind or another. So I say to those who aren’t married and to widows—it’s better to stay unmarried, just as I am. But if they can’t control themselves, they should go ahead and marry. It’s better to marry than to burn with lust. (Apostle Paul, 1 Corinthians 7:7-9 NLT) Are you single? Are you satisfied with being single? How do you live an Intentional single life? What have you learned about being single? How does your church accept singles? Dr. Randy is here to encourage and instruct on today’s program.
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How to be a Good Christian Single
From ChristianMingle.comThe single life can be a bit discouraging for single Christians at times. However, life for singles can remain positive if they:
- Live each day for God;
- Seek always to know more about God;
- Seize opportunities to help others;
- Go places, rather than sit at home, waiting to be discovered;
- Spend personal time on self-improvement; and
- Bravely establish a faith in God that affirms their ability to make it in life, just as they are.
Being single and Christian is not an easy path for a number of reasons.