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My response is simple: How can you say the opposite?
There is nothing in Scripture that suggests there is just one person we’re ‘supposed’ to marry.
I’ve always had an aversion to following the crowd or taking the same path as everyone else.
It’s a difficult trait to have as an adult, but as a teenager it’s a huge problem.
Proverbs 31 urges young men to be guided by a woman’s faith and character in making their choice—there is no mention of second guessing some divine destiny.
In 1 Corinthians 7, the apostle Paul tells women (widows, in particular) to seriously consider singleness, but assures them the choice of whether to get married is up to them, and then specifically says women can marry “whomever they wish” as long as their potential husband is ‘in the Lord.’ (v.
Our feelings are a very vital and powerful part of any love relationship. When starting a new relationship, here are four healthy guidelines that will help you keep your cool in the midst of emotional euphoria: Our crazy feelings have a way of pushing the pace way beyond what each person can realistically handle.
It’s really important that each person manages his or her need for speed by starting apart and slowly working closer as trust is built.
There is, quite frankly, nothing in Scripture that ever tells us it is our sworn duty to marry one particular person.
When I was young I made a decision to begin waiting for sex until marriage.
I don’t remember a specific time or age when I made this decision. I always planned on waiting because in my mind, it was the right thing to do.
“We’ve only been married for three years but it has been the worst three years of my life. And what frustrates me so much is that God confirmed that I was supposed to marry him, ten times over.” You could have served the bitterness in her voice to a thousand people.
In another conversation, another woman, married not just years, but decades, to a man who proved to be pathological, slipped in the same sigh and words, “But God told me to marry him.” To these and many others who said, “God told me to marry him/her,” I want to cry out, “No, He didn’t.” How can I say that?
Still, I managed to start dating in my mid teens and most of my relationships were long-term, or as long-term as relationships get in high school and college.