Real christian dating stories
In my late twenties, my live-in boyfriend dumped me and kicked me out of his apartment.I was convinced that God was keeping a tally of my sexual indiscretions and punishing me for them.Soo, a few of you have asked me about my story and although I've touched on it-- I've never blogged about it. The African American family came to meet me and my foster family explained to them that I may have Cerebral Palsy because I cried all the time & because I was stiff. It was super surprising to me because I had always viewed myself as ugly. I also learned that I cannot take a couple bad apples & generalize a whole race. So I want to tell you more about myself so you can understand my perspective when I talk about dating, courting and relationships. They passed on me & took an African American boy with severe allergies .. My mother told me that when they called her she picked my older sister up, Kristi & danced with her in excitement. I never hung out with African Americans so I thought that I had to "be like" them to get them to like me. Well, yeah--but at this point, I had this relentless determination to live for Christ. It was almost like an email blast when out when I got single so guys from ALL over started asking me out.
The relationship was built on a foundation of self & lies. -- I ended up purchasing the Students Life Application bible & I LOVED it. Then, I started spending time with God every morning. I still did all I knew to do as I was pressing towards Christ. so thus--I couldn't give what I never knew or understood. So, I went to a church service and I gave my life to Christ in 2003.. I went to the Christian bible store & I looked at almost EVERY bible until I found one that I could read. Even as a full blown sinner without Christ, I knew that Jesus had a plan for my life and that He talked to me. I knew that God was changing me into His image & I had such a fire in my belly for Christ. Just over six feet tall, his credentials included photographs that were not blurry and taken by someone other than himself.He was handsome, wore glasses, was going slightly gray, and edged a little on the nerdy side: perfect.