Here are 5 common ways God could cause a marriage to occur in your life.
Here are 3 signs someone is trying to manipulate you.
This is one of those articles that you have to read the whole thing because I will be answering this question from different angles. In one sense God will let you marry the wrong person but in another sense God will not let you marry the wrong person. Much of the confusion that will undoubtably occur in the comment section below will be based on language and misunderstanding how we are using phrases to mean different things.
In this article, I am going to share 5 of the top sins that keep many Christians single who would like to be married one day.
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Have you ever said something like, “There are just no Christians singles at my church” or “I live in a small town so my options are really limited” or “I tried online dating once and it was a total disaster” or “The only people who want to date me are non-Christians.”
What good things happen when Christians put God first in a relationship? And what negative consequences are there when people do not put God first in their relationships?
Here are 4 reasons it’s so important to put God first in a relationship.
Satan’s primary goal is not to keep you single. According to 1 Peter 5:8, the devil’s main goal is to destroy you.
Satan wants to prevent people from becoming Christians (2 Corinthians 4:4). If he can’t keep you from becoming a Christian, his next goal is to keep you from becoming an effective Christian who truly glorifies God (John 10:10).
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It’s one thing to apologize for something you did, it’s a completely different thing to apologize effectively. Not all apologies are created equal.
So if you want to apologize in the most effective way possible, here are 5 tips to help you do that.