Here’s 4 reasons God doesn’t allow some relationships to work out.
Symbolically, a hard season in life can be referred to as a “storm.” Throughout the Bible we see that some of God’s greatest gifts are often given to us through the hardest of situations.
So here are 3 signs God is leading you into a storm for your good.
How can you find your calling from God? The first thing we need to do is define what we mean by this term, “calling.”
The connection that God has made possible between a man and a woman is truly special and important. Marriage was created by God and he uses it to show the world the love he has for his church according to Ephesians 5:22-33.
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How can you live a meaningful life? What are the essential qualities you need to feel fulfilled in life?
Must you get married? Have a certain type of career? Make a certain amount of money? Or perhaps you need a certain level of popularity?
According to Scripture, none of these types of things are essential for a meaningful life. Marriage, careers, money, and even influence can all be added blessings in life from God. But none of these are needed if you desire to live a joyful life.
So here are 4 keys to a meaningful life.
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If you’ve ever asked for dating advice on how to find a spouse from well-intentioned Christians and pastors, there’s a high probability you’ve received some version of this common Christian dating advice, “If you really want to be married, you have to put God first. If you truly love God, he will take care of the rest.”
So are you actually single because you don’t love God enough? If you loved God more, would you be married by now? Is your love for God actually the root reason for your prolonged season of unwanted singleness?
Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Why does God allow suffering in the world? If God loves us, why does he allow pain in our lives?