I went to a Christian college where there was said to be one man to every seven women.
Talk about poor odds for getting a “ring by spring”.
However, as born-again believers we have a resource in God's Word that can bring comfort and clarity to the situation. "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ.
Most singles who have this kind of fear and trepidation are gentle and sweet people.
Question: "How can I overcome feelings of rejection?
" Answer: We are all prone to disappointment and feelings of rejection, and that is especially true in the aftermath of a broken relationship.
I repressed my desire for dating and relationships with the opposite sex and decided that courtship was the “holier” course of action for my life. But my immature mentality left no room for error, so I ended up staying in the relationship far longer than I should have—which caused heartbreak and a whole lot of wasted time. The Church has often created a “fear culture” around the topic of dating—putting so much pressure on singles to find the “right person.” On the other hand, the culture at large defines dating as this feel-good, romantic, emotionally-driven, sexual experience.
I bought into the theory that dating was wrong and the only way to find God’s one and only match for my life would be to wait for some sort of sign from God. It’s a culture that embraces pleasure and passion as the foundation of relationships.