Emotionally choked

II Corinthians 6:14 (KJV) says, “Be ye not unequally yoked with unbelievers.”


So often we speak to being unequally yoked with our life mates. It is so important to be equally yoked with our life partner. It is imperative to be on one accord with that which we chose to spend the rest of our lives. The decision made by young minds to submerge themselves in one-sided relationships, I do not understand. I am not speaking to young people, I am speaking to young minds! I too was once at a point in life where unequally yoked relationships consumed my life. Why? Why is it a necessity to be on the same page, have similar religious beliefs, ethics, standards, even ideas of child rearing with our partner, but not in our friends? We hold our partner to a standard that we won’t hold our circle of loved ones and “friends”. If it is not OK for your mate to call you a B!#$&, why is that our friends are able to? If it is unfathomable for our mate to not support our dreams, why can our friends speak death and doubt to them? Why do we put so much pressure on that one person in our lives, but demand nothing from those that we trust secrets to, spend time/holidays with, and should support us (like our mate)??!?! Any relationship that is unequally yoked, is not healthy for either of you. We should have equally yoked relationships with all that we share intimate moments and memories with. We should be in relationships where we learn and pour into one another. GOD does not want a life for us that is full of emptiness. Being unequally yoked means that one person is being emotionally choked. 




***GOD is Love and Love is Real***

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Writer: Shandell Taylor

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