Someday You’ll Be Grateful That God Gave You What You Needed Instead of What You Thought You Wanted

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Someday You’ll Be Grateful That God Gave You What You Needed Instead of What You Thought You Wanted

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4 thoughts on “Someday You’ll Be Grateful That God Gave You What You Needed Instead of What You Thought You Wanted

  1. Hi Tiffany, I’ve been enjoying your newsletters and have also been encouraged. The heading you posted is so true😁. I wanted something different concerning my husband to be but God sent someone quite different. But love and prefer God’s will than mine. I’m glad he (my fiance) found me. I’ve used your book “32 days prayers for my future husband” and it’s worth doing so. I’m truly blessed through your ministry. God bless and continue to use you for His glory.
    Thank you
    Patience (Nigeria)

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  2. Absolutely! I thought I wanted a certain man … had a major crush on him. And he was (and still is) very devoted to God. There was nothing in particular that indicated he’d be a poor choice of husband, except maybe the fact that we had some things in common that weren’t good to have in common in a marriage.

    But he wasn’t the man for me. God had everything under control and, when I finally surrendered my will to God and told Him that I would accept whatever He chose, including if it meant being single forever, He introduced me to the man that He had chosen.

    I actually still had my crush on the first man when I met the second. Moreover, while I knew Man #1 in person and had been friends with him for years, I only knew Man #2 on Facebook (and didn’t even know his real name at first, because he was using his pen name). Yet, I found myself being drawn to Man #2 very quickly. We were married only about a year after we met, and this even though he is an American and I am from Canada.

    God does amazing things for us … just as soon as we surrender our will to His. 😄

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