Unresolved conflict transfers: Marriage is not the way to unresolved conflict “We should never enter marriage until we are confident that we are in Gods will
“Keep in mind also that this question, like all the others, works both ways. Our own family relations need to be harmonious as well. Many people get married in order to escape problems or disharmony at home. That is never a healthy reason to marry. People whose childhood homes “were battlegrounds are likely to turn their marriage into one as well. Peace begets peace and strife begets strife. If a couple is at peace with their own closest relatives, they will bring that peace into their own relationship. “At some point along the way, a couple contemplating marriage needs to consider the question, “Is this the proper time?” We should never enter marriage until we are confident that we are in God’s will concerning the timing. God will not choose our mate for us, but if we ask Him, He will reveal when the timing is right to marry the person we have chosen.
As believers, we should yield our right to date and to marry to God. Some people have a problem with that idea, especially if they are in their late 20s or early 30s and have not found a likely prospect yet. Our society seems to be in such a rush to make children grow up too fast and push them
“into dating and other relationships before they are ready. My frequent counsel to young people who are impatient to date or find a boyfriend or girlfriend is, “Relax. Be patient. Settle down and give yourself time to grow first. The more ready you are, the better “product” they will get, and the more ready they are, the better “product” you will get.”
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