Introduction: Christians have a variety of views regarding selecting a husband or wife according to the will of God.Many Christians fear that they might go out of the will of God or miss out “on God’s best.” Many believe that there is only one person whom the Lord has selected for each Christian and it is up to each Christian to find that person.They were very significant in terms of the covenant God made with Abraham and were major figures in the line of messiah. The normal Biblical approach in these non-moral areas (See the CD “How Do I Know God’s Will for My Life?“) is to choose whomever you desire to marry as long as you choose the right kind of person according to God's priorities.What happens if the unbeliever develops a desire to marry you? You say you care about that unbeliever, but do you?You have defrauded that unbeliever by allowing him or her to develop a desire to marry you when you know you can’t marry him or her.However, those who marry the wrong person also risk the possibility of divorce. Prov. says, "A prudent wife is from the Lord." That is, if you want a wife that is from the Lord (i.e.
You say, “but there are no Christians around who want to date me.” That may be the case, but that does not change what is God your Father’s plan for you.” This is a clear instruction from the apostle Paul that Christians are not to be bound together (in a marital/physical relationship) with non-Christians.