Many Christians have been blessed with a godly marriage once they stopped trying to find a spouse. Many people found their dream job once they decided to just be content at their current place of employment. And many people actually got back together with their ex that they still loved once they decided they had to let this person go.
In this article, I’ll be talking about the ideal. No one is perfect. So if a Christian man makes a mistake in one of these areas, I’m not saying he for sure doesn’t love this woman.
The biblical advice to “be still” is not to be over applied to every situation. There are just as many Bible verses telling us to be active, to do good works, and stop waiting and get moving (Ephesians 2:10, James 2:17, 1 Corinthians 15:10).
1 Corinthians 7:38 states, “So then he who marries his betrothed does well, and he who refrains from marriage will do even better.” Does this verse mean God would prefer that you remain single? Many Christians would say, “Yes, God does want you single.”
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There are basically three primary categories through which God speaks to his people: the Bible, the Holy Spirit in our hearts, and the circumstances in our lives. But each one of these categories is very in-depth and can be expressed in multiple ways.
I’ve talked a lot about how to know “when” God is telling you to move on from someone, but I haven’t talked as much about “how” to actually do this.
Throughout Scripture, we are taught the principle of “timing.” As Ecclesiastes 3:1 states, “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven . . .”
Is it possible to marry the wrong person? From a human point of view, of course it’s possible. In other words, many people will get married, be miserable, and come to feel they should never have married that person in the first place. And from a biblical perspective, there will be some truth to that feeling if they did marry someone that the Bible warned them not to marry.