Troubled Relationships Poems for Christian Singles

Troubled Relationships Poems for Christian Singles

Our topic today is troubled relationships poems, and as a minister and mediator, I deal with lots of troubled dating relationships.  I can tell you that through my professional life and own experiences,  dating the wrong person only leads to a lot of pain. Amen?

Are you or have you ever been in a troubled dating relationship?  Would you know the signs of a relationship “on the rocks”?  There are a few tell tale signs a relationship is heading south. The problem  with many singles is that they either don’t know when to dump a relationship, or  how to break up even when if they do.

Troubled Relationships Poems

Singles in troubled relationships experience a gamut of emotions, which some express in the form of troubled relationships poems. We get them all the time as expressions of anguish.  In fact, many hit songs over the years have been troubled relationships poems

For example, Elton John had a hit entitled Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, with which many in troubled relationships can identify:

What do I do to make you want me
What have I got to do to be heard
What do I say when it’s all over
And sorry seems to be the hardest word

It’s sad, so sad
It’s a sad, sad situation
And it’s getting more and more absurd
It’s sad, so sad
Why can’t we talk it over
Oh it seems to me
That sorry seems to be the hardest word

Overall, no matter  what kind of relationship you are in today, I want to encourage you that God is in charge, and will lead you to find the right one as you trust Him. He will also comfort you, and lead you to do and say the right things…even in a troubled relationship.

Bible Verse of Day

~Trust in the LORD with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your paths straight~Proverbs 3:5,6

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