His Walk

Life has no problem giving everyone its fair share of challenges.  While I believe life is beautiful journey full of more joys than sorrows, some days are just difficult to say the least.  During certain periods of time, one can be stripped of hope and become physically, emotionally, and spiritually drained.  It is difficult enough to continue on this journey hopeless, and fatal to walk with no faith in something bigger than man.  As a fervent believer in Christ, it is important to me that my significant other shares that same belief.
Don’t get me wrong, I have dated and loved some non-Christians. Actually, in my experiences, they have treated me better than Christians as they were more focused on being an overall good person rather than using religion as a scapegoat for continuously falling short. And while I deeply appreciate these men and the positive impact they have had on my life, it is detrimental for me to leave so much of myself outside the relationship.  Therefore, in order to make sure I never lose essence of my existence, I need someone walking in the same direction as me- towards Christ.  In his walk, he will encourage me, remind me, and support my own walk whenever life strikes a blow and I feel like I am losing my way.  And I promise to do the same.

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