There are countless reasons Christians remain single even when they wish they were married. They usually fall somewhere in between “It’s just not in God’s plan right now” and “You are doing something wrong that is keeping you single.”
Some Christian singles are perfectly content remaining single, which means they are probably called to a life of singleness. While we should all find our ultimate contentment and joy in Christ, it’s okay to not want to be single as long as your ultimate joy is in Christ. Marriage is a blessing for those who want it.
So if you are in a season of unwanted singleness, here are 5 negative thought patterns that could be keeping you single which God wants you to reject.
Here are 3 signs God is calling you to pursue a life of marriage rather than a life of singleness.
Because of the Coronavirus, many of us have been forced to experience a season of social isolation to help stop the spread of this pandemic.
Marriage is a gift from God for those who have been blessed with this gift, and according to 1 Corinthians 7:7, singleness is a blessing from God as well. Therefore, it would not be biblical to say that Satan is trying to keep everyone single, but it is biblical to say that Satan always wants God’s people to do the opposite of what God wants.
What does the Bible say about singleness? What Scripture verses are specifically for singles? And how can a Christian single know if they are living their life according to the Bible?
Here are 5 things the Bible says about singleness.
Before you can have peace about pursuing a Christian relationship, you will first need to settle in your heart if God is calling you to a life of singleness or not. So here are 3 signs God is calling you to a life of singleness.
The word I’m focusing on in this article is “just.” Why won’t God “just” give you a spouse? When people ask this question, they are asking for the reasons why God will not just make their future spouse appear in their life? Why won’t God just let you bump into that person he wants you to marry? Why won’t God just put flashing lights around him or her and say, “This one? Marry this one!”
In this article, I am going to share 5 of the top sins that keep many Christians single who would like to be married one day.
When you see another engagement announcement on social media, how does it make you feel? What should you do when another friend asks you to be in their wedding but inside you are grieving that you are still single? How should you respond when many of your friends are beginning to have babies while you have not even gotten married yet?