Monday, September 27, 2010

The following is a green, sneak preview of Kim’s upcoming sermon series “She Will Be Loved.”

Today I wanted to feature my youngest daughter, Kimberly. She is talented in expressing herself in writing and speaking. Her dad and I think she is a beautiful young woman. I hope you enjoy her entry today.


September 25, 2010

It’s hard being single. I’m 25 years old and there are no prospects in my life right now. I don’t date. I don’t want to compromise this gift of virginity to my husband in any way. I watch as most of the people I keep in touch with from high school and college are all married and happy. I feel like Jane in the movie 27 Dresses. I have three bridesmaid dresses in my closet and counting. Waiting is painful.

I’ve always been a contented people watcher. I like to watch how people interact with one another, especially couples who are in love. Have you ever noticed the way a woman’s whole countenance changes when she is swept off her feet by a man? She seems more confident, more sure of herself. Someone tells her continually she is beautiful and how he longs to be with her. She realizes her beauty and under his love she blossoms into something she hid from the world until then. She is being romanced. I wouldn’t want anything like that than with the one person I am going to spend the rest of my days with. I can’t see myself casual dating. I don’t want to give to the dogs what is holy nor cast my pearls before swine (Matthew 7:6). But with each passing February 14 and each wedding I have to attend that I am still single, it leaves me wishing. This girl I am watching from a distance is loved and I am not. I have no one to tell me I am beautiful. I have no one to hold me in his arms. I have no one to sweep me off of my feet. The message to me is clear: I am unloved.

What is a girl to do? There is hope and there is a promise straight from Father God. Over the past couple of years the Lord has spoken to me during my season of singleness and given me this message that will promote hope and healing to the lonely and forsaken.

This is a sneak preview of Kim Jones’s upcoming sermon series “She Will Be Loved.” Keep watching for more details. Coming to a church near you.


  1. The Lord can Fill the empty places in your heart with all the love that you need until he puts that special someone in your life. You have made a beautiful commitment to that special someone to keep yourself pure and it will be honored by him and the Lord. I would love for you to speak to our SOLVE girls about the beauty of abstinence. My very best to you!

    Kathleen Sullivan-Majerchin
    Administrative Assistant
    South County SOLVE Maternity Home

  2. You have such an obedience to God. He will reward you greatly. Waiting is such a game that is hard to play, but at the end, it is so worth it. You will find that someone special and when you do, you will know it is the right one. He will honor you, love you for who you are and most of all,love God first. My blessings to you in your journey.

    Rebecca Lynn =)


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