Marriage is a glorious display of Christ and the Church—of sacrifice, and the laying down of our lives for one another.If we’re not looking at marriage with this purpose in mind, we’re actually missing what marriage is all about. ” When we choose to redefine marriage on our own terms, we miss out on experiencing marriage in the sacred, intimate, God-honoring way it’s meant to be experienced.
At the end of the day, there is no replacing the deep intimacy that comes when you are physically, emotionally spiritually connected to another human being.
Don’t sell yourself short out of fear and desperation, but instead, move toward God’s promises in faith.
Especially if you grew up in the church, you’ve probably heard people say that Christians should not marry non-Christians.
And since dating is the first step toward marriage, it follows that Christians should not date non-Christians either. I have met so many believers who—when times got tough or lonely—ditched that rule and started a relationship with an unbeliever. “My boyfriend acts more like a Christian than my Christian friends do,” they say.
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Unfortunately, some Christians hope that they can convert the person he/she is dating or marrying.
But above and beyond the strings of “commonality,” believers in Christ are held together by something even greater: the Spirit of God who lives, breathes and works in us and through us.
Those who are united in Spirit cannot be separated (Mark 10:9).
According to Scripture, when God joins something together, something powerful happens that can’t be separated by mere man.
The Spirit of God is the only guarantee that we will have what it takes to love, to confess, to sacrifice, to give and to forgive one another.
You are joining your hearts, your minds and your very bodies in an intimate and sacred connection.