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?
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.
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.
Here are 4 signs a woman is marriage material.
I’m a big believer in the biblical truth about God’s sovereignty. Sometimes it’s just not God’s will for a man to get married when he’s younger. Perhaps God wants you to get married in your 30s, 40s, or even later. None of that is wrong or unbiblical!
As a Christian woman, you want a man who can understand your insecurities, a man who is patient with you as you work through them, and a man who is willing to grow with you in a committed relationship. If you want a man like that, one of the best things you can do is to be that type of woman to him.
Most Christians agree that it’s the man’s job to pursue. However, this principle gets stated so often that we forget how hard this is for many men. As a woman, if you don’t know about some of the insecurities a man has about pursuing you, you may do things that actually prevent him from pursuing you because you are feeding these fears in him.
When I use the word “spirit” in this article, I’m not talking about a force or the spiritual realm. Rather, I’m using this word “spirit” to mean an attitude, characteristic, or the immaterial parts of a person.
Over the years, I’ve often been presented with the question, “I had sex with someone, so are we now married in God’s eyes?” Similarly, I’ve also been asked, “Aren’t marriage ceremonies and marriage certificates simply man-made ideas? Can’t two people just commit themselves before God and be married in God’s eyes?”
What does the Bible say about soul mates?