"When God Sent My Husband" Book Excerpt:
"My hollow desperate soul said, “Yes, even if he’s not the right one or it’s not the right time, I still want a boyfriend now.” In this particular season in my life, I didn’t care if it was right or if it was God’s will; I was so anxious to just have any form of “love” that it didn’t matter if it were real love. I wanted to experience the physical, the kiss, the touch and the conversation I was longing for. I wanted to hear the words “I love you” and I didn’t care about being in God’s will and purpose. I had no idea how dangerous it was to be out of God’s will. I had no clue about soul ties and the life-changing results of being unequally yoked with another person. I later discovered that the bible talks about souls being knit together and becoming one flesh. In 1 Corinthians 6:16, it says, “Or do you not know that he who is joined to a prostitute becomes one body with her? For, as it is written, the two will become one flesh.”
I didn’t know two souls could be joined together as one in the spiritual ream. While married couples can be drawn together like magnets, an abused woman can be joined spiritually to her abusive boyfriend and have no idea why she can’t leave. It’s a soul tie, and that’s why she can’t just walk away. It’s spiritual. This is the very reason 1 Corinthians 6:18 says, “Flee from sexual immorality. Every other sin a person commits outside of their body, but the sexual immorality person sins against his own body.
I didn’t know that I needed to discern the spirit of a person and be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. -Matthew 10:16
I didn’t know any of these things, and personally I didn’t care. I had a desperate rebellious spirit and I was determined to be in a relationship. Instead of me chasing God, I was chasing “my idea of love.” I idolized having a man."