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He simply compares married life to single life and leaves the choice to them. But I do think there is a more Scriptural, common sense way to approach this issue.Yet I often here church people saying things like, “I’ll marry if it’s God’s will,” or “I’m waiting for the one God has chosen for me.” Are we trying to be more spiritual than the Bible? Keep these things in mind: God will not choose for you, but He will guide you in finding a good match.It causes Christian singles to live in fear of marrying “the wrong one,” even when they are clearly making good decisions.Some of you may be ready to close this blog and never read it again. I’m basing my statements on a careful study of the Scriptures.Let’s look at 1st Corinthians 7:“But if a man thinks that he’s treating his fiance improperly and will inevitably give in to his passion, let him marry her as he wishes. But if he has decided firmly not to marry and there is no urgency and he can control his passion, he does well not to marry.” -1st Corinthians Notice something here: the decision of whether or not to marry and the decision of who to marry are left up to the reader.
Remember Proverbs 3:5-6, which says, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.My answer begins with two points: *I really don’t believe God chooses our spouse for us.*I also don’t believe it’s realistic to think there’s only one person in the entire world you are meant/allowed to marry.“How can I know this is the one God has chosen for me?”I’d say this is one of the most frequently asked questions I get, especially when speaking at churches.
We get so many questions about dating, relationships, girlfriends and boyfriends, physical intimacy, and the whole list of awkward sex questions.