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I have since learned to place my heart completely in God’s hands.
I trust that—if it is in His grand plan—He will place a godly man in my life.
Following my father’s example, I brought Duncan to church and shared God’s love with him in the hopes that he would change to become more caring and loving.
I also continued to pray for God to soften his heart so that he could know Jesus.
I was convinced that after I shared the Gospel with Duncan, he would believe in Christ and our yokes would then be equal. One year into our relationship, I began to hear God speaking to me. I had dreams of Duncan and I constantly fighting, of Duncan with another girl, and of me being in church with a guy who was not Duncan.
While I struggled to make sense of these dreams, I sensed the Holy Spirit prompting me that the relationship was wrong.
Despite the red flags from concerned family members and friends, I pressed on because I did not want to start over.
I shared my troubles at work with him and I enjoyed his company as he listened to me.
I knew that Duncan was not a believer but I couldn’t care less.
He was physically present in church, but was not present emotionally and spiritually.
He struggled to understand the faith and his disbelief led him to constantly challenge the existence and sovereignty of God. The breaking point came for me when Duncan declared that I should learn to accept him for who he is: a non-believer.
I knew 2 Corinthians well: “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. Despite knowing what God had said through Paul in the Bible, my stubborn heart chose its own way.