Women love to be pursued
Oh yes, that statement is so true.
I was engaged in a chat with some friends and we were sharing heart-to-heart a relationship story. It’s disappointing, but I heard this statement from her regarding her boyfriend, “He doesn’t fight back for me.”
Many women may not realize that they love to be pursued. Their heart does want to be pursued. Please, don’t say that I’m sad if I can’t be with you. Instead, women want to know that their men will fight back for their heart.
Am I right? Or am I expecting too much?
As a single woman myself, I know that it can be embarrassing to say it out loud that you want to be pursued. I am a type of person who doesn’t want to expect much from the people around me. I don’t like the feeling of being let down, and I refrain myself from hoping too much.
But that is the truth. Amazingly, that is how God creates women to be. And I find that women inherited God’s DNA, which is a desire to be pursued.
In Psalm 27 David said,
One thing I have desired of the LORD,
That will I seek:
That I may dwell in the house of the LORD
All the days of my life,
To behold the beauty of the LORD,
And to inquire in His temple.
When You said, “Seek My face,”
My heart said to You, “Your face, LORD, I will seek.”
Wait. Didn’t God love us first even before we knew HIM? Then why is God playing hide and seek now?
I found the similarity of God’s and women heart. God, the Almighty One, let Himself be found by His loved ones. After we receive His unconditional love through salvation, He only reveals Himself to those who seek Him. He wouldn’t give Himself to those who don’t even bother knowing Him more. It all makes sense why in our daily walk with God, we need to crucify our selfish nature in order to pursue God.
Similarly, women desire that their men will sacrifice something in order to get their heart. Am I right?
“You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13