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MyWayMinistries has emerged out of the unexpected, whereas the Holy Spirit prompted me and put on my mind the idea of a website which would be a true inspiration to others as He insisted.

This piece of work is to serve as a vessel and a blessing in a community of believers so as to encourage, exhort and heal ordinary people like you and I and those out there that are as well desperate and hungry after a world of truth and comfort and have not yet known and met Christ Jesus as their Lord and Savior.

We started out knowing not what the Lord had in store and what the next steps would be? So In the patience was I to wait until the Lord had revealed and strengthened His calling for this prophetic ministry to preaching the the Good News about Christ Jesus and the coming Kingdom and also concerning the unveiling of the End times Bible Prophecy and mysteries.

This is the Lord’s great commision imparted to each one of us which is to preach the Good News of the Kingdom of God and how we have been saved and were called to His marvellous light.

These are Jesus’ words, “You will know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free.” John 8.32

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Read This If Your Partner is a Chronic Flirt

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Here’s the problem: You’ve moved past mere dating into a promising new relationship with someone you hope could be the one. Chances are, the two of you met in the first place because of some sizzling — and probably mutual — flirting. It was fun and exciting. Maybe you didn’t notice then that your new lover has a habit of flirting with everyone. A lot.

But now you have noticed. Doubt has crept in to make you wonder if all that flirting is a sign that your new romance is not as solid as you thought. She flirts with the waiter or the valet parking attendant. He seems to lavish his charm on someone new every time you go out. And it leaves you feeling wounded, confused, and even betrayed.

Before you issue angry ultimatums or break it off prematurely, here are seven strategies to help put things into perspective — and guide you in deciding what to do next.

Talk it over.

Resentment is like mold — it grows fastest in dark, hidden places. If you have concerns about how much your partner flirts with others, bring them into the open. Ask direct questions and welcome honest answers. You may find that a misunderstanding lies at the heart of the matter.

Consider your partner’s motives.

Psychologists point out that not all flirting is about the search for sex or new relationships. For some it masks a sense of insecurity, or is simply playful, never intended to go past the moment. Others use flirting to gain some immediate advantage, like free drinks at the bar or a better table for dinner. Find out which flirting “style” best describes your love and try seeing things through their eyes.

Consider your own motives.

It’s possible that what you call flirting is really just normal, harmless social interaction. Take your own pulse to be sure you aren’t showing signs of unreasonable possessiveness.

Take science into account.

The fact is, a certain amount of flirting is hardwired into our DNA as humans — yourself included. Any attempt to eradicate it entirely, just because you’ve begun a more serious relationship, is unrealistic, and maybe even impossible. On top of that, research has shown that people are more likely to pursue something — even in spite of known negative consequences — if they think it represents “forbidden” fruit.

Read the big picture.

If the person you are dating has a habit of flirting, resist the temptation to let it become the sole piece of evidence upon which you judge the relationship. What do other signs suggest? Do you genuinely enjoy each other when together? Do you communicate well?

Reverse the roles.

This doesn’t mean play silly mind games designed to spur jealousy in your partner. But rather than pouting from the sidelines, you can choose to become the most interesting, attractive, flirty person in the room. It will remind your love why he or she came with you in the first place.

Be true to yourself.

If you’ve done all the above, and your gut still tells you something isn’t right, then do what you must to hold your boundaries. Insist on better treatment, or — failing that — plan your exit.

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