Life is all about relationships. The people you meet could either make or mar your life. Relationship comes in different packages but I’ll be focusing on Marriage. Mark 10:6, “…from the beginning, God made them male and female…” Also, Ephesians 5:31 went on to say “… for this cause shall a man leave his mother and father and cleave unto his wife….” In addition, Genesis 2:23 told us Adam when he saw his intended partner said, “… this is now bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh…” to authenticate it, the Lord declared with a blessing! “He that finds a wife, finds a good thing and obtains favor from the lord” proverbs 18:22. Now there you go.
You have divine support from the Creator Himself. So why then are you getting it wrong? Or could it be that you got it right but so unfortunate to be meeting just the wrong persons? What if you are just too good for them? Better still, what if your best isn’t good enough to sustain the relationship? Have you considered the possibility of you being the problem? Hold on for a second. Before you crucify me, understand that we are both trying to solve a puzzle about why your relationships don’t last long. To get answers to these questions, I suggest you consider a few points with an unbiased mind if we are to get well informed answers to your questions.
- Did you carry over frustrations from previous relationships?
- Having unrealistic Expectations fueled by the media and Hollywood (Remember there’s what we call Photoshop and photo shoot including makeup. So you might not be seeing the real person behind the actor. They are on stage acting their best. To be sure, plan to meet them in the morning in their house)
- Being too clingy and needy
- Attitude problem and respect in terms of courtesy and communication
- Strong demonic interference/spiritual manipulation.
- Trust issues, unforgiveness, bitterness and suspicion.
- Lack of attention and selfishness
Three (3) Little Secrets that Makes Relationship Last.
- Not all beautiful relationships lead to the altar!
- Whenever a problem keeps repeating itself, you must look at the system of your life.
- Please know when to let go. Marriage is not a do or die affair. Blessed people don’t settle for less than God’s best! If you don’t walk away from what is uncomfortable, you may not walk into your comfort. Finally, before you walk away, spend deep time in prayers and counseling with your MOG.