What does the Bible say about soul mates?
What does the Bible say about a spiritual spouse, a spiritual husband, and spiritual wife? This is a question I’ve been asked a lot over the years, but I’ve put it off because I thought I already answered this question in my teachings about soul ties.
What does the Bible say about being called to marriage? If these five Bible passages apply to you, this means God is calling you to pursue marriage.
Many people get married and instantly lose passion for each other. If you are single and desire to be married one day, obviously you don’t want this to happen to you.
The term “love language” is not a phrase you will find it the Bible. Rather, it’s a term that comes from Dr. Gary Chapman’s book called The Five Love Languages. In this book he describes 5 common ways people receive love: words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time, physical touch, and gifts.
If you’ve been following this ministry for a while, you know that I believe in the concept of “the one.” One follow up question I often get goes something like this, “If God sovereignly puts people together in marriage, why do divorces happen? If God plans who we marry, why do some marriages turn out so badly?”
One comment I have received a lot lately goes something like this, “Wake up! Stop wasting your time with relationships. The end is near, God doesn’t want you to get married now!”
I’m not saying that if you learn these 5 things then God will instantly reveal the one to you. There are plenty of real-life examples of God putting two Christians together in marriage before they learned these valuable lessons. But because they did not learn these lessons their relationship will be harder and less enjoyable than it needed to be.
In this article, we will discuss 3 ways you can know if the Lord is leading you to speak with a Christian counselor.
Here are 5 signs that often mean God is preparing you to meet your faithful spouse who will not betray you in marriage.