A detailed look at single women who’ve grown up in a female-centered world.
She rejects good men because they don’t meet the fantasy standard she has in mind. These relationships could have led to marriage but she chose to focus on her career. She believes her future husband is supposed to make her happy.
She can be selfish at times. She can be controlling and domineering other times. Impatience is a common thing with her. If asked to keep it real, she will still be dishonest. She’s unable to take responsibility for her mistakes. She blames others for her failures especially her relationships. She expects others to save her from the consequences of her poor choices.
She works hard at her job. She’s really a slave to her job; a career that a great percentage of her income goes to paying off her college debt. She barely has time to relax when she comes home to an empty house. Her job is stressful, her life is lacking. She drinks to deal with the void in her life. She pretends everything is okay when it’s not.
She opened her legs to too many men because she believed it was her right and it was liberating. She now realizes she shouldn’t do that anymore. She demands long-term relationships now. “No hookups.”
She’s only concerned with what makes her feel good both physically and emotionally. Correction is too painful for her so she won’t accept it. She refuses to be held accountable.
Everyone else is the problem in her life, not her. She’s too proud to notice the huge flaws in herself. People keep leaving her and she doesn’t know why: boyfriends, girlfriends, friends, family, etc.
She “finds Jesus,” but only has a form of godliness because she denies the power of God to change her mind and behavior. She is religious, always learning new things but never really knowing the truth (2 Timothy 3:1-7).
She finds herself in her thirties desperate, single, and now she wants a “good man,” but she is not a good woman. She believed the lies of society that led her to this point but she is responsible for the things she’s done in her life (2 Corinthians 5:10; Romans 14:12).
She hasn’t repented. She hasn’t accepted her true condition. And because of these things, God can’t save her.
She dies alone.