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Waiting on Gods Timing for Relationships

Title: Waiting on God’s Timing for Relationships

As adults, many of us desire to find a partner and enter into a fulfilling and God-honoring relationship. However, the process of finding a partner can be challenging and even discouraging at times. In these moments, it’s important for us to remember that God has a perfect plan and timing for our relationships. Today, we will explore the concept of waiting on God’s timing for relationships and how we can trust in His plan for our lives.

Trust in God’s Timing:
The Bible tells us that God has a perfect plan for each and every one of us. This includes our romantic relationships. In Proverbs 3:5-6, we are reminded to “trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” This means that we can trust in God’s timing for our relationships, knowing that He has our best interests at heart.

Focus on God’s Will:
While we may desire to find a partner, it’s important for us to focus on God’s will for our lives first and foremost. In Matthew 6:33, Jesus tells us to “seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” This means that as we seek to follow God’s will and live in obedience to Him, He will provide for our needs, including the desire for a relationship.

Develop a Strong Foundation:
While we wait for God’s timing for a relationship, we can use this season of singleness to grow in our relationship with Him. This includes spending time in prayer, studying His Word, and deepening our faith. In 2 Corinthians 6:14, we are reminded to “not be unequally yoked with unbelievers.” Therefore, as we focus on developing a strong foundation in our faith, we can trust that God will bring the right person into our lives at the right time.

Pray for Guidance:
As we wait for God’s timing for a relationship, we can also pray for guidance and wisdom. In James 1:5, we are encouraged to “ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given to him.” This means that we can bring our desire for a relationship before God and ask for His guidance in this area of our lives. We can trust that He will lead us in the direction He wants us to go.

As we navigate the journey of being single and desiring to find a partner, let us remember to wait on God’s timing for relationships. Trust in His plan, focus on His will, develop a strong foundation in our faith, and pray for guidance. In doing so, we can have confidence that God will bring the right person into our lives at the right time. Let’s continue to seek Him first and trust in His perfect timing for our relationships.

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1. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8
2. Psalm 27:14
3. Isaiah 40:31
4. Lamentations 3:25-26
5. Galatians 6:9
6. Proverbs 3:5-6
7. 2 Peter 3:8-9
8. Psalm 37:7-9
9. Romans 8:25
10. James 5:7-8

Questions for Lesson

1. How does your understanding of being single and finding a partner align with the teachings of the Bible?
2. In what ways do you feel the pressure to be in a relationship, and how do you navigate that with your faith?
3. What are some ways you can actively wait on God’s timing for a relationship instead of trying to take control of it yourself?
4. How do you think your relationship status affects your ministry and serving in the church?
5. According to 1 Corinthians 7, what does the Bible say about being single and finding a partner?
6. How can you use your season of singleness to strengthen your relationship with God and grow in your faith?

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “In His Time” by Maranatha! Praise Band
2. “The Waiting” by Jamie Grace
3. “While I’m Waiting” by John Waller
4. “Seasons” by Hillsong Worship

Object Lesson

Illustration: “The Waiting Room”

– Two chairs
– Small table
– Blanket for each chair
– A picture of a clock
– A picture of a heart

Set up two chairs facing each other, with a small table in between. Place a cozy blanket on each chair. On the table, place a picture of a clock to represent the passing of time, and a picture of a heart to symbolize love and relationships.

Invite an adult to come up and sit in one of the chairs, representing someone who may be single and waiting for a partner. Ask them to imagine themselves in a waiting room, waiting for the right relationship to come along.

Explain that waiting for the right relationship can feel like waiting in a waiting room – sometimes it can be uncomfortable, and it may feel like it takes forever. Share with the audience that waiting on God’s timing can be difficult, but it’s important to trust that He has a plan for each person’s life.

After a few moments, invite another adult to come and sit in the other chair, representing the eventual partner. Ask the first person to stand and move to the other side of the room, representing the passage of time and the eventual arrival of the right partner.

Explain that sometimes waiting on God’s timing means trusting that the right person will come along when the time is right. Encourage the audience to have patience and faith in God’s plan for their relationships.

Finish by reminding everyone that God’s timing is perfect, and that waiting for the right relationship is worth it in the end.


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