Did God Tell You To Marry Him?

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I wrote this for those who heard God’s voice and are in the stage of thinking about getting married. It can give you some pointers if you are already married and what you can do to improve your marriage. Let me first point out that I am not married and have never been married but have come close several times

These are 3 separate stories of when God told me I was to marry someone. “My people are destroyed for lack knowledge” (Hosea 4:6).

The First Example:

Step 1, Ask God for Confirmation: Proverbs 1:7

The first occasion was when I met and was dating someone. A mutual Christian friend of ours had set us up. I asked God if he was my husband and God said yes. At this time, I was very young in the Lord and still trying to get a handle on everything. The next thing, I did was tell the person I was dating what God had told me.

Step 2, Ask Your Partner for Confirmation: Psalm 1:1

He could not hear the voice of God like me. He said that God did not tell him that I was his wife. He later went on to tell me all the things he was looking for in a wife which were all good but worldly. I was of course very hurt and at that time I did not possess those qualities like being debt free, I still had school loans or having a bachelor’s degree and making a certain amount of money. I felt like he wanted me to live up to the worlds and societies standards but did not see nor really value the godly qualities that I possessed. By the way he was older than me and had already been married, so his priorities were different.

Step 3, Ask Spiritual Leaders or Mature Christian Friends for Confirmation: Proverbs 24:6, Proverbs 11:14, Proverbs 15:22

I did not have any spiritual leaders or mature Christian friends that I could ask for guidance or get wisdom on this subject. It never occurred to me that I could have heard wrong or been deceived. I was going to church but never thought to ask anyone.

He had most of the qualities that I liked such as a good job, stable and handsome. The most important quality was his relationship with God. I was more advanced than him and spiritually more mature. We were unequally yoked. I could not see myself teaching and training someone about God. I was all in for God but could not settle down with someone who did not love God or value their relationship with God like me. We eventually broke up for this reason and other difficulties that happened in the relationship. I was heartbroken for a long time. And really didn’t understand why God would bring my soul mate only for it not to work out.

I learned that God gives everyone a will and they have to decide that they are going to partner with God to fulfill the call on their lives. Some people are just not ready or prepared to do God’s will. The good that come out of this was I fell even more in love with God and my relationship with him became stronger.

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Danielle

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