A hard relationship is not necessarily the wrong relationship. Confusion is not always a sign God is saying no. And while the man is the pursuer, this does not mean you will get to sit there and do nothing while your future husband does all the hard parts of making this relationship come into existence.
“Besides church, where can I meet Christian single men?” This is a question I’ve received a lot from Christian single women who want to be married one day. They want to be inviting, they want a man to pursue them, but they are unsure of where to meet eligible men who love the Lord.
Sometimes a man will pursue you if you just give him more time. However, it’s also possible you are just wasting time because this man is never going to pursue you. So how will you know if you should keep waiting for that guy or if you should move on?
If you are a Christian woman who wants to be in a godly marriage one day, you not only need to find the right man, but you also need to reject the wrong men. How will you know if you should give a guy a chance or reject his pursuit right from the start?
As a Christian woman, you don’t want to marry just anyone. Even if you really like a man, deep down, what you care about most is that you are choosing the man God wants you to choose.
Yes, a godly man should look for his future wife and pursue her. However, she should help the man find her and pursue her (Genesis 2:18). All relationships are a two-way street. If you are not helping your future husband find you, you may never be found.
Are you unsure if a guy likes you or not? Here are 3 signs that often mean a Christian guy likes you but he’s trying to hide his feelings for you.
If you are a Christian woman, one of the ways God will show you who to marry is by leading your husband to identify himself to you.
Here are 4 rules (principles) from the book of Esther that can help women in their relationships with men.
By focusing on women in this article, I’m not saying some of these points don’t apply to men. I’m simply trying to stay focused on women in this article even if there would be some overlap in some areas with men.