“Why didn’t someone write the book on how to find the man of your dreams? We graduated from the same college, lived in the same dorm.
On the day she was crowned, I imagine there was a huge celebration with lots of music and wine— similar to modern weddings but with one difference: Esther went through a lengthy process of learning to be a queen before she was worthy to wear the crown.For 12 months she purified herself, applied beauty treatments, and learned how to impress the king.With this in mind, let's explore some boundary guidelines.Physical: It is difficult to provide solid physical boundaries that apply to every dating relationship.” I said, “Keeping God first.” He then surprised me by asking, “So what, practically, does that look like for you?
” My mind wandered for a brief moment; no one had ever asked me that before.
Here are 3 things we learn from the book of Esther.
Esther was eventually crowned queen out of all the young women who applied for the position.
I also told him that I firmly believe in strong communication between each other. He told me that, aside from physical boundaries, which we’ve kept, he envisioned serving together. He envisioned being completely open and honest with one another. Starting with these ideas, we were able to figure out four things that helped God come first in our relationship.1.
Three college friends and I sat in a hotel lounge, chatting about our younger days. And, though none of us would admit it, we shared similar restlessness about finding the right man.
I told him that I value always desiring to abide in His truth and will for us.