Trying to Get Him Saved

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Who are you trying to get saved so that you can marry him?  What baby Christian are you trying to help grow in God so that you can make him your baby’s daddy?  Yes, these questions are direct and in your face for a reason.  So many Christian women are falling for worldly men and it’s a shame!  These men carry the fragrance of the world and you trying to convert him to Christianity doesn’t help at all.  When you do this, you show that you care more about yourself than him.  If you really cared about his spiritual well-being, you would leave him alone while God works on him and grows him up–just he and God alone.  If truth be told, he’s not interested in salvation anyway, he’s interested in your panties.  Yes he’ll come down to the altar, lift his hands, and say the sinner’s prayer just so that you can hush with the “Jesus talk” and give him some.  He’ll invite you over to have Bible study then ask you to stay the night. This may be a hard pill to swallow, but drink some water and you’ll be ok.  So many women are sitting in counseling meetings today with their Pastor because they married a worldly man and now it is their greatest regret.  They are all messed up because the worldly lifestyle of their husband is rubbing off on their children.  They can’t get him to come to church and he won’t pray.  He won’t take the lead as head of the home or do anything pertaining to God and they are at their wits end.  It breaks God’s hearts to see us behave this way.  Lady, stop being so desperate!  Value yourself enough to wait!  The man God has for you will be what you need wrapped in what you want!  He will have the lifestyle that matches his convictions.  He will love God more than you and will treat you like the jewel you are. Yes, the bed may feel lonely at night and you may have to raise your kids alone for a while, but nothing’s worth destroying your life and losing peace of mind over.  You would be wise to leave the imitation alone and wait for God to give you the real thing!

Don’t team up with those who are unbelievers. How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness?” (2 Timothy 6:14 NLT)

Prayer: Father, I thank You that You know what’s best for me.  Help me not to compromise, but wait for the man You have for me.  I know You love me and because You love me You will bless me with a husband.  In Jesus’ name, Amen.

A sincere thank you to our Daughters of the King Daily Devotional Writers.





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