Your comfort zone can kill you. Progress is easily stymied by the ‘just okay’ feeling we get when we attain a little bit of ease. Our potential was divinely configured with a dynamism to pursue, to conquer, and dominate, repeatedly.
‘Premature satisfaction’ is certainly a disservice to one’s self, and is many times caused by distraction, fear, or loss of vision.
Your comfort zone is not your friend, it’s a cemetery in disguise. It’s time to stir up that comfort zone and turn it into a come-forth zone from where greater things will emerge.
Refuse for the dust of failure and self defeat to settle on you. It’s not over yet; it’s time to get up and make another move.
“Shake thyself from the dust; arise, and sit down, O Jerusalem: loose thyself from the bands of thy neck, O captive daughter of Zion.” – Isaiah 52:2 KJV
1. The ability to accept correction peacefully.
2. The ability to discipline your sex drive.
3. The ability to not let money affect your ego.
4. Humility after you have been helped up.
5. The boldness to love God publicly after you become ‘successful’.
Get married before you become a full time marriage counselor.
You really don’t need to be married before you teach and counsel on premarital relationships. There are a lot of things that can be taught ranging from understanding your purpose, chastity, character, compatibility, values, courtship, discipline, focus, resourcefulness, and a plethora of others.
Leave the weighty matters of husband and wife relations to those who have the wisdom of God tested and proven by some measure of experience and time in the arena of application.
In time when you get married, you will see things clearly, and some perspectives you held as a single person are very likely to shift; even your approach to issues will definitely be different.
In summary, as a single person teaching relationships, know your limits and stay on your lane.