A loving relationship is something we all long for. Our desire is to have someone in our lives that sees us for who we really are and loves us unconditionally. In our society the term being ‘single’ implies that you are ‘in-between’ relationships and currently looking for a new one. Because, let’s be honest, no one really wants to be single and alone.
This is the exact reason why we are so consumed by the thought of finding “The One” and will often go to great lengths to achieve that ‘perfect’ relationship status. What really happens though when we finally meet that person? Is it all sunshine and roses for the rest of our lives? What happens if something changes?
Here’s a situation that may sound familiar; you meet someone, fall in love and tell all of your friends that this person is “The One”. They tick all the right boxes! You can’t imagine being with anyone else. Then suddenly, one day something changes. They change. They aren’t the same person you fell in love with anymore. Now what? You have just given up everything for this relationship and now it’s just over?
You lose all hope and confidence. You start seeing yourself as worthless. If that person no longer loves you then who will? You end up spiralling out of control and look for things to fill this new void in your life.
And, the question you find yourself left asking yourself; “Will I ever be loved again? Will I ever be happy?”
Well, if that’s your question, then I’m here to tell you that yes, there is hope and you will find love and happiness. In fact, it’s just around the corner.
How do I know? Well, I have seen it happen.
Here is Shannon’s story of how she found love and hope after heartbreak.
Shannon’s story may or may not be the same as yours, but there is one thing that we all have in common regardless of our individual stories. That being, Jesus is alive and He loves you.
He is the one who will restore you and no matter who you are or what you have done, He is always there. Unlike that partner who left you heartbroken, He will always be there with loving arms.
He is everything you could ever want and all you have to do to access this love is to have a relationship with Him.
If you have any questions about God or relationships, we would love to hear from you.