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I asked them to pray that all my feelings for him would be taken away. I left the conference really quite concerned and confused.Still, no contact from this man ensued and I began to pray and pray that all feelings for him would be removed so that I could be “free” from any distraction to serve God. ) quite a chatterbox and I loved to share the gospel, I would pray for opportunities and would try to speak at any time to anyone about the Lord.With all his personal and professional qualities and with his interest in working in the developing world – his skills and his knowledge could be put to so much use in mission too… I basically cajoled this chap into attending on the Lord’s day, and he even swapped shifts to do it.I was convinced that if he heard this pastor’s preaching, he would be converted (and I guess in the back of my mind it was that then we would be free to be together).
It seemed a wonderful opportunity to witness, and I felt spiritually refreshed and close to the Lord because of all our discussions and my reading of scripture and good books to try to convince him, and find answers to his questions.I attended one mission training weekend run by an organisation involved solely with the people group I then felt compelled to go to. ” I was asked by the married couple who were to pray with me.One speaker suggested that some in the meeting “were bound in chains” and these chains were limiting their ability to serve God fully. I then began tearfully to tell them of how my heart was in serving God in mission, but I was in love with a man who did not love me and I wished to be free from that so that I could focus on my calling.He couldn’t really give a reason why but it was over.I finished my training in university and moved to another part of the country where I tried to forget him.
Not long after I became a Christian, I became close with James, a lovely Christian man from my church.