13 December 2022: WHERE TO LOCATE YOUR GOD-ORDAINED SPOUSE (1) – Psalm 32:8

Anyone can marry. An unbelieving man marries when he sees a lady that he likes to marry. Christians too may choose to do likewise. Nobody will query you. However, if your desire is to marry a God–ordained spouse, the person that God has marked out for you, you have to do the will of God for you. That way, you and your God-ordained spouse will do the will of God together in your generation. A young man that wants the will of God will not just look for a light-complexioned lady, or a lady that has an extra size of boobs, and so many other personal criteria.

In terms of location, where are you going to meet a God–ordained spouse?

It is not in your house; that would be incest. You can’t marry your sister; you can’t marry your cousin and you can’t marry a relative. Where then will you meet a God–ordained spouse to marry?

Some people have met the person they married at a social function. For example, they met at a wedding ceremony or a funeral service. He invited her to a dance, exchanged a few words, they struck a relationship from there, continued getting friendlier, and then got married. You may think the person is fine today and you find out tomorrow that he or she is not a Christian. You wouldn’t have known at first contact, and somebody can deceive you by acting like a Christian. The best place to get a God–ordained spouse is from active Kingdom service in the church.

PRAYER: Father, I commit to active Kingdom service, and I believe You will lead and guide me to every good plan You have for me through this in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Obadiah 1:1-21; Revelation 4:1-11; Psalm 132:1-18; Proverbs 29:24-25

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