You are probably the girl with locked doors around her heart and that always had her walls too guarded.
You probably sit alone by yourself in a room surrounded by couples enjoying a cup of coffee on a date. You do not mind sitting on your own at a table set for two.
This does not mean that you are soaked up in bitterness or afraid of commitment.
You freely choose to remain unbounded, find peace in solitude, and decisively set your priorities right. You choose God first.
You put one leg forward to make a step towards Him. He never stopped pursuing your heart, even when you were too occupied with achieving fleeting dreams rather than chasing eternity. He never got tired of calling you worthy even when you fall short of His grace on a daily basis.
You know that you won’t be satisfied with whatever the world throws at you: Honor, wealth, gratification, pleasure, etc. Everything is mediocre in comparison with the confidence, peace, security, and love that God continually graces you with. You know that a world without Him profits you nothing.
You know that it’s the season where He’s teaching you that you cannot pin your hope on yourself, nor anybody; the season where He’s using you to build His kingdom. He’s the only solid rock where you can stand your feet upon. It’s the season where He’s teaching you that you can rest your confidence on His shoulders and that you can depend on His strength. It’s the season where He’s teaching you that you can trust Him even when you cannot see what awaits you at the far end of the tunnel, because God already knows.
So, you choose to turn all background volumes low and silence any doubt so you can hear His voice whenever He speaks. You choose to allow Him to mold you so you can learn to forgive without hesitations, love truly, and give unselfishly. You choose to guard your heart and do life alone until you’ve learned to find satisfaction in His presence.
You choose to live a life where He glows with radiance within you, so that everybody that encounters you will encounter the beauty and comfort of His heart. You want to be known not of what you’ve accomplished, but by the boldness of your faith. You want to be known for loving God unconditionally.