You’re single. You know you want to get married but haven’t found “the one” yet. You trust that God has someone out there for you but have no idea where and when you’ll meet them. So, what do you do while you’re waiting? How can you make the most of your single life without feeling lonely and desperate for a relationship? Here are a few tips:
Hey everyone! Thank you so much for reading and commenting on my previous post, The Attractive Factor. I decided to do a video for the Bride for Isaac post and switch it up a bit. It's a little long, but I know it will bless you. :) I pray that you are encouraged by this story and continue to trust God along your journey!
Emonne Markland / Leave Your Beauty Mark
Stay tuned for part 3 of The Attractive Factor where my husband and I will be sharing our love story!
Selecting a spouse is one of the most important decisions that we can make in our lives. That one decision has a ripple effect, pouring into all areas of life: physical, mental and spiritual. Many different factors come into play when selecting a spouse, but what should be the top priorities? For many people, physical attraction is the number one factor, and sometimes even the deciding factor. But as believers, should our standards be the same? Should physical attraction be the top priority and deciding factor when selecting a spouse? I’ve asked this question of myself and others, and have searched the scriptures for biblical examples and answers to this poignant question. Here is what I believe to be an informed answer: