Hey everybody it’s that time again…In My Chambers with Tanika.
And…oh yes I have another great interview to share with you.
Ladies, if you met a man who said.. “you’re my wife” what would your reaction be?
Well, my next guests are willing to share how those three words literally brought them together.
You know…I will never forget the day when I saw Kenisha walking into church with Davis…and without any exchange of words, I knew that GOD was in the midst of their relationship.
You see IMC readers, there was a day when Kenisha thought Davis was actually stalking her and as the singles ministry leader at our church she came to me for advice. I even remember seeing them both at a teaching I was doing on Dating vs Courting and all I kept hearing from the back was Davis’ Amens..lol.
And now to have them both In My Chambers is a very special moment!
IMC: Welcome Kenisha and Davis!
IMC: Kenisha, Kenisha, Kenisha gurl …it happened!
Tell me, was it love at first sight when you met Davis?
Kenisha: No it wasn’t. I wasn’t attracted to him at all! It sounds harsh, but the reason for that is because I had a list and was steadfast on that list and if ‘he” never met MY requirements it was as if I trained my mind to say “no, not interested” without any hesitations.
IMC: Men in and out of the church have said the words: “you’re my wife” before, but a good percentage were wrong. What was going through your mind when he told you that you were his wife?…shock…confused?
Kenisha: He said that quite often, and I was not pleased at all. In fact, I remember warning him not to say that ever again or else I would cut him off. But he was so sure that he heard from God, and that scared me because if he was right then my imaginary man wouldn’t come to be lol. So i tweaked my list a bit because of him, just so he couldn’t be right.
IMC: For the women reading who may have heard those exact same words before by a man, what do you suggest they do ?
Kenisha: I would suggest they seek God wholeheartedly. You can miss out on God’s best for you because of fear and self. Surrender, Surrender, Surrender! Lay out all your plans, your timetables, and desires before the Lord and tell him to have His complete way in your life. Let Go and Let God.
IMC: How has the Single, Ready & Waiting ministry been a blessing to you in your single season?
Kenisha: Learning the difference between dating and courting in my single season was important to me. I didn’t really know there was a difference, but understanding what should and shouldn’t take place in both relationship, helped the transition take place so easily because of the knowledge and wisdom I gained from the Single Ready & Waiting ministry.
IMC: Davis what steps, if any, did you take or can you suggest men take to find a wife?
Davis: All I did was Pray and Trust God that at the appointed time he would provide.
IMC: Did you search all over but couldn’t find no body greater….LOL before you knew that Kenisha was the woman for you?
Davis: I didn’t really search all over, I just knew that whoever God would bless me with would be the Greater!
IMC: How did you approach her? And which of the options below best describes her responce to your approach:
a. warm and welcoming
b. attitude/rolling of the eye’s
Davis: I’d seen Kenisha at a Prayer and Worship event after knowing her years back but didn’t have any interactions with her. When I got home from the event on Tuesday March 31st 2014, I knew God was trying to get my attention with regards to her. So I prayed asking God if He was trying to tell me something concerning this young lady.
Kenisha: Wait on God! Don’t rush the process. Cultivate an intimate relationship with Your Heavenly Father and allow Him to introduce to you His best in His Perfect Timing. God’s plan for your life is to give you an expected end. So if you have the desire to be married, trust God to be bring His plan for you into fruition.