The Right Questions

As human being, we all wrestle with a number of life’s difficulties on a daily basis. Some people can’t seem to find the job they want, while other aren’t happy with the house they live in. Of my struggles, the one that is most apparent to me today is the one I feel has been the veritable “thorn in my side” for as long as I can remember: I am believing the wrong things about myself.

Specifically, when it comes to my marital status (which is, and has been SINGLE) I am not looking at this through the appropriate lens. I have unfortunately believed a lot of lies about being single, and about myself, that aren’t helping me pass the tests that God is putting me through. Instead of feeling the way I do sometimes, I want to have constant peace and joy with this stage of my life. Because the fact of the matter is, the problem isn’t that I am single, the problem is that I am believing the wrong things about being single, and that internally, something is a miss.

So, I need to have some tough conversations with God that I have probably been avoiding. I need to stand before Him and get answers, but I’ve simply been asking the wrong questions. So, I need to know what the right questions are, so I can get the right answers. And no one on can tell me what those questions are, because God is the one who has to lay them on my heart.

I look forward to the time when I am out of this season of my life and can find happiness in that I survived it. Until then, I need to go put my protective gear on, because I am about to enter a battle, against myself.


Published by


I am a 32 year old teacher in Georgia, originally from Ohio (Go Buckeyes!). I am also a singer and I recently taught myself how to play guitar. For fun, I enjoy reading and lots of Netflix binges, which is my American right! I have also been known to cycle, run half marathons, and do just about whatever I set my mind to. A charming shepherd-mix dog named Kingsley lives with me and keeps me laughing at his antics at every turn. I am learning how to love the life I live with each passing day. Sometimes it's easy...other times, I write about it.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s