by Motte Brown
…and worthy of pursuit.
Pastor Matt Chandler from The Village Church in Dallas, Texas has a message for single women and men about marriage. He says women shouldn’t think pretending to be content will produce a husband and men shouldn’t think God will drop a wife in their lap without taking action.
Contentment and prayer are not mutually exclusive pursuits respectively when women hope for a husband and men search for a wife. Mind games may prove a temporary distraction but they won’t produce a suitor. And prayer is prudent and never a waste but Scripture is clear that godly wives are to be found.
Has anyone ever advised you to stop hoping and looking for a spouse so that God would bless you with one?
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