Many times in life we make decisions based on our selfish desires. We make choices based on what feels good at the time, not necessarily based on what’s good for us. Other times we become impatient and we attempt to fill a void with someone that was never assigned to us for the purpose of a mate. How many times do we consult God before we enter into relationships or marriages? The order is usually, we meet someone, enter into covenant with them, whether it is sexual, otherwise or both and if it goes wrong, we pray for God to repair a relationship that He never approved for us. We often wonder how we can be in a relationship or marriage with someone, be the best mate that anyone could wish for and still end up rejected, depleted and confused. We even pray about the relationship or marriage, get the information we need to make an informed decision and still choose to remain in a situation that was never suitable for us. Sometimes the reason for the outcome is because the person that you were with was simply just not a good fit for you. Sometimes, relationships simply don’t work out because it’s just not the right time. I am a firm believer that relationships are not supposed to be hard. I’m not saying that there will not be problems. What I am saying is, when the right person comes into your life, there is a type of chemistry, along with other compatible elements that just fit. The communication just seems easy with the right person. I’m in no way saying that anybody is perfect. We all have flaws and elements of our lives that could use some work. What I am saying is we owe it to ourselves to consult with God first before committing to the wrong person. Time is something that never stops. Once it’s gone, we can never get it back. Why waste one of the most precious things in life on something that was never meant to be in the first place? It is important to pray and receive the right directions from God because one wrong turn can cause a head on collision and delay, or even worse destroy your destiny!