Waiting and dating by myles monroe
If you are entering into a relationship looking for what to get out (from the other person) and the other person is also looking for what to get (out of you), by the time both of you are done, you will be left with zero remaining!
You should come with the mind to give and to add values.
When you regard a marriage relationship as a matter of CHOICE rather than NECESSITY, then you are ready.
You should get to a point where you are comfortable being single.
Most people are so busy looking for the one God has prepared for them that they fail to prepare for that person; I rebuke such people in Jesus’ Name!
Need implies that there is something lacking in your life.
*Have I understood the whole concept God’s Word from Genesis to Revelation?
*Do I have a mentor (a third-fold cord) that is guiding me in this path? Again, write down the answers to these questions, and then take actions on them!
This work offers advice on the subject of finding the one with whom you will spend the rest of your life.
It helps you learn: the importance of sharing your faith in God; the need for personal wholeness; the importance of true friendship in a relationship; and more.
The opposite of need is “CHOICE”, which allows for a decision.