7 comments on “A Man of Faith

  1. You are so wise and so brave. Forward with faith + humility + good works = the Lord’s path for you, and a promise for even more happiness and peace then you ever imagined. Thank you for your words. Perfect timing.

  2. I’ve been a follower of your blog. I always enjoy the insights you have. It’s a breath of fresh air to see someone with such strong values and of the Gospel. I feel I can relate to you on this subject pretty well. I believe you are absolutely correct when it comes to Dedication, dreaming big, and hard work with many aspects of life, but with relationships, it takes so much more, especially when there are 2 people trying to work at it. One thing I believe is that God knows the desires of our hearts more than anyone. Marriage is of the highest callings and blessings to eternal life that one can attain, So He really tries and tests us and our faith. The things that are worth something have to be worked, and sacrificed hard for. Maybe these things are meant to strengthen us to make us appreciate marriage even more when the time comes. Maybe the Lord wants you to go through a little more spit and polish before he feels you are ready because He knows your divinity and capability and wants it to be at it’s fullest ability when the time is right. It’s hard when a relationship doesn’t work out at the time you want it to, and maybe it will work out later down the road and maybe it was meant for greater learning, but all things will work out in the end and You’ll be able to look back one day and understand : ) keep that faith! it’ll work out for the best!!- sorry its a long post

  3. It is always the darkest before the dawn! I am a thirty something happily married Mom of 6 kids. I always tell my kids that if it doesn’t work out, there is something BETTER out there for you! I am a firm believer in that! Hang in there. You will find just the RIGHT person for you when your faith has been sufficiently tried. Our Bishop once said, when going through a difficult time, he asks The Lord what does he need to learn from this trial? Then he humbly submits his will to the Lords, and he learns his lesson and the trial usually ends. Hang in there! Hold on to hope! There is somebody great out there for you!

  4. Thank you for sharing your words of wisdom and insight. I have complete faith that you will look back on this season of your life and be forever thankful for the things you have learned. God is molding you into the person you desire to be for your wife. It will be worth the wait.

    You have a friend in Texas praying for you, and wishing you nothing but the best.

  5. Some of my favorite lines come from the song I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Womack (don’t judge me because I like country music):

    Living might mean taking chances but they’re worth taking
    Lovin’ might be a mistake but it’s worth making

    Kudos to you for knowing who you are, what your believe, and where you want to go. I was often afraid of posting serious feelings on my blog because I didn’t want to feel vulnerable to any reader. Then one day, I posted this one:


    (if you go there, you can listen to that song and read the DEEP THOUGHTS post below it).

    Life is awesome. We just need to recognize the awesomeness and have faith that the path will return to awesomeness if we stray a bit. Proverbs 3:5-6.


  6. I really enjoyed {A Man of Faith} full of truth which I believe in , hope one day you find your true happiness.

    Thanks and love send for your from a very far place , take care man of faith and never loss hope.

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