When you get into a godly relationship with a Christian man, how will you know if you love him enough to actually marry him? Will you make a mistake? Will you have doubts on your future wedding day, whenever that may be?
I believe God allows us to experience disappointments in life so that we can experience something even better. In other words, we often have to let go of what we thought we needed and wanted so we can then receive what God knows we actually need and want.
It shouldn’t be our normal practice to block people from our lives in an extreme way. If, for example, you like a man but it doesn’t work out, you may need to distance yourself for a bit so you can move on; but it’s not necessary to go to severe lengths so there is no evidence of his presence at all in your life.
Is she the one? Does God want you and her to date one day? Or is this just wishful thinking?
Christian purity is not something you are born with. In fact, the Scriptures teach us that every human was born with a sin nature (Psalm 51:5). Thus, we do not sin and become sinful. Rather, we sin because we are sinful.
Here are 5 biblical marks of a good man sent by God to a woman.
If you want to avoid getting into a miserable marriage, here are 4 biblical principles that can help you.
Idols rob us of the immense joy God wants to give us. Everything good in this life is from God, given to us in love (1 Timothy 4:4-5). And yet, because of our sin nature, those good gifts often get turned into false gods. Our hearts were made to worship the one true God; if we are not worshiping him, we will always find something else to worship.
A foundation is the most important part of any building. Likewise, when it comes to God building your future marriage, the foundation is one of the most important parts.
Putting God first is always the right thing to do. So in some sense, God is always telling us to put him first. However, in this article, we are talking about those moments in life where God is emphasizing this command to us in a more intentional way.