A few weeks ago I captioned this on a photo I shared of my fiancé and I on social media and this rings to be so very true. “One thing I’ve learned about being in a serious relationship and soon to be marriage is that relationships will magnify all your character flaws and character imperfections and force you to deal with them. It’s up to you whether or not you choose to deal with them in a way that makes you a better spouse, a better person overall, and a better child of God. If you aren’t ready for that reality then I suggest you not get married. Marriage is supposed to glorify God when the two very different people work together and become one. And that “becoming one” will not be easy. It takes work, and a dedication that when your relationship/marriage is in a season of not being so sunny (because that time will come), you will weather through the storm. And Mr. Grey we’re not married yet but I’m ready to ride with you through every season this marriage will bring. As long as God is at the center of this relationship I know we’ll be just fine. I pray in advanced that we glorify God with this marriage. I already cover it under the blood of Jesus! But Im gonna stop before this turns into my wedding vows lol. I love you” Proverbs 3:6 (KJV) In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
– Safa Walker