1 Corinthians 7:38 states, “So then he who marries his betrothed does well, and he who refrains from marriage will do even better.” Does this verse mean God would prefer that you remain single? Many Christians would say, “Yes, God does want you single.”
What does the Bible say about being disappointed with God?
As Christians, it’s okay to be disappointed with circumstances. We can even be disappointed with things that God allows. But we should never be disappointed with God himself because then we are saying our will is better than God’s will.
What does the Bible say about “not awakening love until it so desires?” How can you remain patient and “not stir up love until it pleases?” And how can you use your waiting season in singleness wisely?
Here are 3 instances where God is reminding you that he has not forgotten you and is encouraging you to keep following him.
If there was ever a person who knew he was submitting to God’s calling on his life, it was John the Baptist. By applying Luke 3:4-20 to the question, “How can we know when we are submitting to God’s call on our lives?” we can discover at least 5 ways.
A temptation is when we are being enticed to sin. God never tempts us (James 1:13).
While spiritual warfare can certainly be involved when a Delilah is present in our lives, I’m not specifically talking about a “spirit of Delilah” in this article. I’m referring to someone who has similar traits as this evil woman Delilah as described in the Bible. Because I’m going to be talking about her in a symbolic way, just know that a man or a woman can be a Delilah.
By studying Luke 21, we can discover at least 4 things God wants you to do if you have any fears about your future.
At most points in life, God will create massive change in our lives by empowering us to make small changes every day. Through discipline and consistently submitting to the Lord, over the years God radically transforms us.
What does the Bible say about the spirit of Jezebel? Because the phrase “spirit of Jezebel” or “a Jezebel spirit” is not used in the Bible, people often mean different things when they use these phrases.