Success Story - Ori

No matter what you have experienced in life, you can achieve the relationship dreams that God has placed in your heart. It is my belief that it is never too late for love to enter into your life if you are willing to surrender all past pain. God can heal your heart.

Let's take a look at another wonderful success story that I'm positive will inspire you.

Ori’s Story

After you read this story and are motivated to achieve relationship success, I can help you reach those goals just as Ori experienced.

Ori shares from the beginning...

I met Nancy and her husband in the Summer of 2007 at a relationship seminar held at Lakewood church. I had been in a relationship that I knew was not God’s best for me but had a hard time letting it end. I had many distorted beliefs about myself and finding true love due to past abusive relationships and negative experiences with men.

Through her counsel, I was able to identify those errors and see myself through God’s eyes. I wrote a list of what my God given mate would look like and began to have faith (though shaky at times), that God would bring him into my life someday. It was not instant.

Shortly after my sessions, I had to move back to Ohio for a new job. I continued to trust God to break old habits and develop the character he wanted me to have before I would meet the man He had for me.

About 3 years after the relationship seminar, I met a young man, Molley, who fit the description of the list I had written years back.

God Brings the Desires of Ori's Heart...

It all started over some "goat peppersoup" at the church picnic in the summer of 2010. In most African parties, it is well know that this delicacy; peppersoup goes faster than the other dishes. With great planning, I stood in line to get the soup.

Alas, when it got to my turn it was finished!

With a never say die attitude, I investigated and found out that a young man called Molley had cooked it. I went over and teased him about how the goat soup was finished and I was not really sure how really good it was anyway.

Molley then presented me with a bowl of the soup he had kept for himself. It was really tasty and I was impressed!

Who said the way to a woman's heart is through her stomach?

Shortly after that, in the fall of the same year, there was a joint service where people were asked to dress up as biblical characters. I came dressed as Ruth and unbeknownst to me, Molley had been named Boaz by his friend, James.

Before the service, Molley was greeting "everyone" with a hug and when he hugged me, his pendant got hooked in my scarf! It was a little awkward and romantic as we tried to untangle it!

From then on, our good friend James began to tease us as Boaz and Ruth.

And James (bless his sweetheart) took it upon himself to make sure we went on a date.

As time went by, we dated more and began to discover that we had similar goals and objectives in life-most of all, the passion that burns in us to be in right standing with our Savior Jesus Christ.

By December 2010, I had already made plans to move from Ohio to Texas again! But my plans were divinely interrupted to keep me in Ohio until June 2011. And that allowed us to get to know each other a lot better.

The proposal was very simple but romantic.

After a long day of helping me with cooking and packing boxes, Molley asked me to come to the car to see something, he told me how glad he was that we had met and how I meant so much to him, then he popped the question! I was shocked and we all know what my answer was! We got engaged and got married about a year later.

Truly our God is good and has a great plan for each of us.

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