Here’s To The Man I Have Yet To Meet




By Patricia Aynne Duran

Here’s to the man I have yet to meet.

I hope you’re doing well—I know I am. I hope you’re enjoying the days of your singleness, as I have been blissfully experiencing each day with glee.

I hope you know that I’m praying for you and with you. Maybe I haven’t met you yet, or maybe we already met. What are the odds, right? But I pray that you become the man God has created you to be.

I pray that you may encounter His love in the most tangible way, from the smallest detail of your day to the big things that are up ahead for you.

I pray that you allow yourself to be moulded by Him. Allow the Lord to prune and stretch you from time to time. That is where your character will best be transformed.

I pray that you dream dreams that God has desired for you. Don’t be afraid to dream big, because you have a bigger and more able God.

I pray that the desires of your heart are aligned with the will of the Lord for your life.

I pray that you will be strong when faced with temptations and problems. I know it will be challenging, but pray for strength and wisdom from our great and dear Father.

I pray that you remain faithful in your walk with the Lord, that you are always reminded that He is always with you through the highs and lows.

I pray that you may find joy and peace in every decision and new chapter you are about to enter.

I pray that when you’re ready, I’m ready as well.

I pray that our paths will intertwine because God made our paths meet.

I pray that when our eyes meet and our souls connect, we will both be in our happy places. We will both be our best versions yet.

I pray that the day we reach the next step, we both can say that we were happily in love with Christ and now He has blessed us to enter this new chapter.

So here’s to the man I have yet to meet. I hope you’re doing well, and I can’t wait to meet you.

I’ll be praying for you.

Until then, let God take over in all things we do.

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