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).
In one of my recent videos called 3 Signs God Is Keeping You Single, one of the points I made there was that God will often keep people single if they are too immature to handle a godly relationship. As Matthew 7:11 states, God only gives “good gifts” to his children.
One question this raised in the minds of many was, “Well why are there so many immature people who are married then? If God keeps some people single because they are not prepared for marriage, what about all the people who are married even though they are not living for God?”
When you are single it is easy to assume that marriage will solve a lot of the issues you are experiencing. In some cases, marriage really can help you. Through a healthy Christian marriage, you will experience companionship, support, and a teammate in life that truly is a blessing. For as Proverbs 18:22, “He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.”
Is sex an important element in Christian marriage? Is sex just something that is kind of shallow and fleshly that super mature Christians should not need? Or is there something more to sex that God intends for the Christian marriage?
What does the Trinity teach us about human relationships? This is profound question to ask for a variety of reasons. One, the Trinity is one of, if not the, most crucial doctrine to understand when you want to know who God is. Since man was made in the image of God, if we want to bear God’s image properly we must accurately know who God is. Thus we must know about the Trinity if we want to reflect God.