Reclaiming my Single Statues

Ladies, I have a question to ask? I have struggled with this. When we are single, but want to be married, do we tell others we are single? I know in my heart that I want to be married and have a family. I have even prayed to God and thank Him daily for my husband and family. But reality is when someone ask if you are single or married, because we are not taken, the first thing we will say is we are single. But lately I have wondered if telling everyone we are single goes against my future husband?

Fact is we are single. There is no way around it. When you say you are single, we are telling others that we are not in a relationship. That is common sense. But I think I want to use a different way of telling others I am single. Only because I have been Thanking God daily for my husband. I am not speaking that I am single but taken. How can you claim someone you don’t know yet let alone met? Easy, if you read in your Bible, Isaiah 55:11 says – so shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper whereto I send it. Amen!That is saying that I speak what I want into the atmosphere and what I ask shall come back to me the same way that I spoke of whatever I have asked. Also Hebrews 11:1 simply says Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, evidence not seen!

I was talking to my twin sister about this because we both are single. I am a widow and she did go through a divorce. We both agreed that though we are single, we should not be defined by it or claim it. So the question is what do you say if someone ask if we are single? Well my twin and I have declared that we tell others we are reserved for our future husband.

I believe that saying I am reserved for my future husband is a great way to say I am single but I am waiting for my husband to come into my life. I am not saying its wrong to use the word single, I am only speaking for me and saying that I want to use another word besides single. Be reserved before my husband come into my life is great because I can focus on my relationship with God and be prepared, spiritually, emotionally, and even financially before my husband come. To do the self work and to grow and each day heal myself of past hurts and let down, so that I wont bring that into my future.

So I want my future wives not to think that I am speaking against being single or that I think its single is a bad word. I want my future wives to more than anything claim their husband and when others ask if you are single, to simply tell others that I am reserved for my future husband.I strongly believe in speaking what you want into existence. Same way we claim our healing, you cant say you are sick when Jesus declared by His stripes we are healed! Same way we tell everyone we have that job, though all you did was show up for an interview! We all speak what we want. I claim daily about the life that I want and I want my words to match what I pray for. I hope you ladies understand where I am coming from. Maybe you can use the phrase yourself when someone ask your statues. Remember you can check reserved on a document, but you can speak it when you talk to others.

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