Updated: May 20, 2022
I met Linda through an online course we took together. We chatted on Zoom (she's lovely), I bought (and read) her eBook because it sounded so interesting (it was!), and she kindly said she would like to be a guest on this blog. This is part of the cover of her book. To get the seven exciting secrets you will have to get the eBook. Linda is a licensed Love Attraction Coach. Cool, right? Here's her message...
God’s love abundantly seeps throughout every aspect of our lives each day. Sometimes it shines and sparkles and is easy to see, like a brilliant sunset, a sunlit meandering river, the morning song of nearby birds greeting each other to begin their new day. Sometimes His love gifts are hidden for now.
God gently implanted love in each of our hearts when He made us, because God is Love. If your heart is yearning for a love of your own, and you are wondering if God has chosen a man or woman for you, think about this:
God’s most prized of all creations was Adam, a human-made in His own image. God saw that Adam was “alone” and that he was not fulfilled without a partner. So, God decided to create a God-designed partner for Adam. God loved Adam and said, I will make a “helper meet for him,” and he created Eve for him. They were made for each other (MFEO)! Adam was nearly knocked off his feet with attraction and joy and gratitude to God for such an exquisite gift, made from his own flesh.
God shows us in the Bible that He values love and marriage. He cares about our desires. He began the Bible, His holy word, with a love story in the 1st book.
There are many love stories in the Bible: Ruth and Boaz, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah. Rebekah was so smitten when she saw Isaac, she fell off her camel—desire and chemistry are God’s gifts for love and marriage).
The first step in attracting the man or woman God has chosen for you is to believe in your heart that God has that gift for you. Acts 10:34 says, “God is no respecter of persons,” or in the NIV, “How true it is that God does not show favoritism.” Everyone gets love. That is a fact. God doesn’t withhold love from some and give love to others. If it is a desire in your heart, God wants love for you and will provide it for you.
No matter how you understand Psalm 37:4, whether God promises to give you the desires of your heart, or whether it is God who creates the desires that are in your heart—either way God loves you as His precious child. You are the son or daughter of the King of kings! He is a good, good Father and loves to give “good gifts to those who ask.”
Start today with thanking God as you ask Him for the man or woman He has chosen for you! (Philippians 4:6-7). As you continue to surrender your life to Him who provides for you, continue to praise and thank Him each day. And watch in expectation for the man or woman of your dreams. God’s gift to you is on their way.
Wasn't this a fun blog? Linda can be reached at email@example.com I like her motto, "It's never too late for love". Contact her for a complimentary strategy session. Here's the link for the eBook. https://amzn.to/3aiAMeh Blessings, Beloved of God. xo