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As A Christian, Is It Right To Wait On The Lord To Reveal Your Spouse Or Actively Search For One By Yourself?

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As A Christian, Is It Right To Wait On The Lord To Reveal Your Spouse Or Actively Search For One By Yourself?

A lot of ladies and guys in their late twenties and late eighties have been quoted on numerous occasions stating that they are waiting on the Lord to reveal their spouse. As a Christian, is it right to wait on God to reveal your spouse or actively search for one by yourself? Is it one of the tests a Christian must pass to prove how much he or she is willing to trust the Lord in terms of decision making?

Does God still pick a spouse for a Christian? Of course, a lot of Christians would easily point to how Eve was chosen for Adam and how Rebecca was chosen for Isaac, but does it apply to Christianity of today?

How would you know or recognise your God-chosen spouse when you he or she is somewhere around you? How long are you prepared to wait for God’s will to manifest in terms of marriage? Are there certain conditions that must be fulfilled for the Lord to choose a partner for you? What if the partner does not have the type of physical attributes you want in a spouse?

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