4 Things God Will Show You When Your Future Spouse Is Someone You Already Know

Psalm 139:16, 2 Corinthians 6:14, 2 Timothy 5:2

Here are 4 things that will often happen when two people who already know each other will actually get married to one another one day.

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1. If You Are the Type of Person Who Needs Lots of Time to Open Up, This Could Be a Sign God Will Allow You to Date and Marry Someone You Already Have a Friendship With

Some of us are wired to just immediately start dating someone we are interested in and some of us could never do that and need much more time to get to know someone first before even thinking about dating him or her.

If you are this type of person, it is very likely you will thrive much better in a dating relationship with someone you already have a friendship with. No matter what happens, we can trust that God knows us better than we know ourselves and he will write our stories just right for each of us as individuals. As Psalm 139:16 states:

Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.”

2. If You Can’t Imagine Being Without One of Your Friends from the Opposite Sex Because You Are Becoming Attached to Him or Her, This Could Be a Sign God Is Leading You to Date and Possibly Marry This Person One Day

While many people are afraid of getting “attached” to someone (and rightfully so because this can lead to pain if this attachment is severed one day), attachments are not all bad. In fact, getting attached to someone is often the prerequisite step that causes a dating relationship to manifest out of a former friendship.

One of the keys to forming a healthy attachment rather than an unhealthy attachment is to make sure your attachment is also accompanied by the appropriate amount of commitment from both people that is needed to safely protect this attachment. For example, it’s good for a young child to be attached to his or her mother because that mother has committed her life to serving and loving that child and the child needs her in that way. But if a child randomly got attached to a complete stranger that just left and never returned, that child would be endlessly unhappy because their desire would be unmet.

Likewise, when you get attached to someone you are not committed to or is not committed to you, that’s when the pain starts to occur. So if you are getting attached to someone in your life right now, don’t be surprised if God leads you both to make a greater commitment towards one another one day when the time is right.

While 2 Corinthians 6:14 is famous for teaching us what to avoid, by reversing what we are to avoid we can then see what we are to pursue. It states, “Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness?” Therefore it is a good thing to be yoked (attached) with a believer, to partner with someone who is righteous, and to form a close fellowship with someone who is walking in the light.

3. If You Can’t Get Any Closer in Friendship Without Crossing Healthy Boundaries, This Could Be a Sign God Is Leading You to Date and Possibly Marry This Person One Day

After going through point 2, some of you may be wondering why you would need to start dating a friend you don’t want to lose. Why can’t you just hold onto the friendship and keep it exactly how it is now?

The reason this will never work is because even if you two don’t start dating one day, eventually one of you will start dating and eventually get married, which will dramatically change the close friendship you two have now anyways.

Eventually every man to woman friendship reaches its capacity and the two friends will either start to drift apart or they will progress into a dating relationship and possibly get married. It’s easy to think when you are young that you and this person will always be close friends, but eventually a man to woman relationship needs to progress into a deeper relationship or it needs to regress into a more guarded friendship, otherwise boundaries will be crossed and someone will get hurt.

In 2 Timothy 5:2 Paul told Timothy to treat “younger women as sisters, in all purity.” Eventually a young man and a young woman need to either back off so they can remain in all purity towards one another as a brother and sister in Christ, or they need to progress into dating and then marriage where they can still be treating each other with all purity even though they are now much closer than just a Christian brother and sister to each other.

4. If You and This Person Are Headed Down the Normal and Healthy Relationship Paths that Often Lead to Marriage, This Could Be a Sign God Is Going to Allow You and This Person to Marry One Day

You don’t want to just look across the room at someone you barely know and assume that is who God will have you marry.

Rather, look for the person you see as a mature Christian, the person you respect, the person you enjoy being around, the person you are growing closer to, and the person you don’t want to lose. If you and this person are forming a growing bond that will surpass what a friendship can handle, this is the real sign that you and this person will progress into something more together.

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