Here are 5 things that will happen in your life when God does not want you with someone.
Last week I posted an article for Christian woman looking to meet their future husband called 3 Signs God Is Revealing Your Boaz to You. In this article, we are now going to speak to the men on how to spot their future wife.
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.
How will you know when you truly love someone or not? How can you avoid committing to the wrong person? And what signs will be present from the Lord when he is truly telling you that it’s “true love”?
Here are 3 signs God will use to show a woman she has found her Boaz.
If you keep your heart closed towards someone you like, the relationship will never blossom like it could. But we also know that God commands us to guard our hearts according to Bible verses like Proverbs 4:23.
So here are 3 signs God will often use to tell you it’s time to open your heart to someone.
Here are 5 powerful Bible verses that will change your relationship future if you apply them to your life.
Here are 3 signs God is seeking to help you detach yourself from a past relationship so you can move on into God’s will for your life.
Whenever you are talking about men and women as a whole, there will certainly be generalizations that are not true of everyone. However, it’s also safe to say that there are typically some trends and normal behavior that differ between Christian men and Christian women when it comes to showing interest in someone that they like.
So in the first part of this article, we will discuss 3 classic ways a Christian man will show that he likes a certain woman, and in the second part of this article we will discuss 3 classic ways a Christian woman often shows her interest in the man that she likes.
Psalm 139:16 states, “. . . all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.” Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” And Romans 8:28 proclaims, “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.”