“…Can two work together, except they be agreed” (Amos 3:3)

Are you planning to disobey God by marrying an unbeliever with the hope to persuade that person to become a Christian? Hear this. A young lady once took a young man to see her pastor and said, “This is the young man whom I am going to marry.” “Is he a Christian?” asked the pastor.” Not yet,” said the young lady, “but I will help him to become one after we are married.” “Before you make up your mind, I would like you to do something for me,” said the pastor. The pastor said to the young lady, “Just climb up onto that table and stand there for a moment.” The lady did so. “Now said the pastor, give the young man your hand, and try to lift him onto the table beside you.” Then he turned to the young man and said within a few moments, the young lady was down on the floor beside the young man. “that’s how it will be when you’re married.” Said the pastor. Remember three things when choosing your mate.

(1) Remember that marriage doesn’t change a person’s character. (2) Remember that marriage is for life. You are now committed to that person as long as you both shall live (3) Remember that when you have strong feelings about a person or a thing, it is not easy to find out the will of God about that person or thing. Therefore, before your feelings become too strong for you, you should earnestly pray to the Lord. (Derek Prince)

PRAYER LINE: Saviour , choose my partner in life for me. Perform your will, not mine, in my life.

 

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Like a compass, the Bible always points you in the right direction.

 

 

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