Romance is one of God most unique specialties. He brought the first couple together, and He still delights in arranging marriages.
Are you ever going to get married? Are you too picky? What is wrong with you?” These are just a few of the many questions that single men and women are frequently asked. As a single person, you may wonder if God has forgotten about your prayerful request for the man or woman of your dreams. But don’t despair.
(God is the ultimate matchmaker). God uses people to meet needs, accomplish worthwhile tasks, and open doors of opportunity that possibly only God and the person in need know about. In faith and trust, we pray and God answers — sometimes in unexpected ways.
Speak Faith: God desires that we call those things that be not, as though they were.
Once you have prepared yourself as an individual, and are firm in who your are and the qualities you possess. Then you can prepare for you mate, “by acting as if.”Acting as if means, you take on the mindset of what you wish to become and allow (or encourage) your behaviors to follow. You bypass the “what ifs” and go straight to the “what is”. If you practice long enough, your acting as if will no longer be acting when you eventually grow into your new role. Prepare yourself for being a good spouse to your soon to be husband or wife. Start practicing a few things that you would do in a marriage, such as cooking for family, planning out your future, budgeting your finances and listening & communicating with the opposite sex.
Being single and marriage should both be viewed as seasons of life. Special lessons and tools that God uses to build the character in each person. One stage of life is not better than the other. When your single, waiting for God does not mean being invisible. “Listen to what God is telling you”. You should be always be prepared, by enjoying going out to events and being open to meeting new people, as you never know who god is bringing around you.
Remember..Faith Without Works Is Dead James 2:14-26 New King James Version (NKJV) .
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