Hello, single people. Question time: Are you tired of the same old single scene? You, your homies and everyone else in between, hitting the clubs like some ritualistic religious duty every Friday and Saturday night? Ladies: Are you tired of telling the gentleman with the bad toupee “no” for the fifth time when he offers to buy you a drink? Fellas, are you tired of hearing the same old complaint from the lady at the bar who gripes about that there never seems to be any good men in the world, and that she is sick of men (yet you see her at the same clubs every single weekend)? Do you want to meet that special someone, get to know them, fall in love, marry them, have FANTASTIC sex, and possibly have and raise some awesome kids, but you you have given up hope of ever finding someone like that? Well, look no further. God is on the throne, and He is the greatest matchmaker whoever lived.
God is the perfect matchmaker because He is All-knowing, All-Seeing, and everywhere. If He is everywhere, then it would make sense that He sees everything. He created each and everyone of us, so lovingly, so carefully, so precisely. He knew from the beginning what our cares and desires would be. He isn’t surprised that some people prefer vanilla to chocolate. He created us to be gifts for Him and for each other. He knows us better than we know ourselves. Jeremiah 1:5
King James Version (KJV)
5Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee;
Earthly matchmakers must thoroughly screen their clients to see what excites their clients, what stimulates them when it comes to romance, love, sex, and desire. That can sometimes take as little as 30-45 minutes when someone fills out a form in her office, to about a day or two when she has to deal with a particularly finicky client. God doesn’t require long, exhaustive forms to be completed. He enjoys seeing His babies happy, just on His terms. He ordained marriage between a man and a woman to demonstrate the visualization of how He feels about us. God is the Bridegroom, and we are the bride. As imperfect humans, we sometimes make the mistake of judging someone based on appearances. It’s like the lady who has a thing for light-skinned black men with green eyes, that she’ll marry someone because he has those features, yet when she does, she is absolutely miserable in every kind of way. She is hard pressed to think about the fact that she could’ve been deliriously happy if she had married the darker-skinned brother, who turned out to be an excellent catch for someone else. When you allow God to do your choosing for you, romantically, you leave the responsibility up to Him. He can take a look at one person and know from the beginning if they are OJ Simpson with blue eyes. So many people could have avoided bad marriages and relationships if they had consulted God before making any decisions. Many women who have experienced domestic violence could have avoided terrible fates if they had only asked God for help.
God Knows What You Want and Need When It Comes to Money and Sex
According to Divorceguide.com, the top two reasons couples end up in divorce is because of issues with money and adultery.
God is not a prude. He invented sex (and the church said, “AMEN”!). He created beautiful body parts that can get easily excited with the slightest touch, feel, kiss, caress, and massage. Sex isn’t a bad thing, as long as it’s kept within the boundaries of marriage between a man and a woman. The same thing applies to the subject of money. God loves blessing His babies with beautiful gifts, which nowadays, takes the making and the spending of money to obtain those gifts. In Genesis, God blessed Adam and Eve with access to everything they could ever possibly need in life. They lived in Paradise. There is nothing wrong with wealth, luxury, and affluence. He proved that the way He blessed Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The wealth that these three patriots had back then would surpass Bill Gates in so many directions. And let’s not even talk about Solomon, the riches king who ever lived. The women didn’t have to go out and get jobs to help keep food on the table. Each wife had at least one maid to wait on her. God blessed Abraham and his seed. Each patriarch relied on God for provision. Abraham knew what a powerful matchmaker God was when he decided to seek out a wife for Isaac.
Genesis 4But thou shalt go unto my country, and to my kindred, and take a wife unto my son Isaac.
5And the servant said unto him, Peradventure the woman will not be willing to follow me unto this land: must I needs bring thy son again unto the land from whence thou camest?
6And Abraham said unto him, Beware thou that thou bring not my son thither again.
7The LORD God of heaven, which took me from my father’s house, and from the land of my kindred, and which spake unto me, and that sware unto me, saying, Unto thy seed will I give this land; he shall send his angel before thee, and thou shalt take a wife unto my son from thence.
How will allowing God to be your Matchmaker bless you sexually and financially? Many ways.
Allowing God to be Your Matchmaker Will Guarantee You to Have the Best Kind of Sex that You Can Handle.
God sees all and knows all. He knows who is prone to cheating and who isn’t. He knows that there are some people who have the sex drive of a stallion, and there are some people who are like whales: they mate once a year. Each person is different. God created each person for different reasons. Sexually, we are here to create life. It can be a beautiful experience with the right mate. It can also be a hurtful experience when two people are sexually incompatible with each other. God wouldn’t necessarily put Kathy, a woman who likes to make love twice a week, outside in the bushes, with Steve, who would rather make love once a month, period. He wouldn’t put Clyde, a super sexually adventurous dude who likes to risk getting caught making love in the rain, with Jane, who thinks she’s being naughty by doing it with the lights on. Bringing two people together who are sexually incompatible can be chaotic, which can lead to divorce.
Divorce is more than just going your separate ways. Divorce can drain you in so many ways. Divorce can lead to emotional damage for everyone involved, including the children. Divorce is the breaking of a sacred contract between you, your spouse, and God. Let’s be clear on one thing: God hates divorce. The only time that God will allow a divorce is if a spouse has physically cheated on the other. Many people have listed one of the reasons that they divorce is because of not being sexually satisfied. If a person is going to do things his way, then he is responsible for the consequences. Do not necessarily ask for her hand in marriage just because you think she has a freaky side. Looks can fool you every time. If a person will take the time out to pray and seek God for the desires of his heart when it comes to finding a wife, or a woman being found by her future husband, divorce would not be a problem that a Christian has to deal with. God will bless your sex lives with so much power, passion, ecstasy, yummi-ness and lust for each other. It would be a highly recommended suggestion that all married folk who love Jesus pray together before making love to each other. If a married couple would do this, when trying to spice up their love life, instead of going to the porn shop, they might just hear the Holy Ghost say something like, “Go to the kitchen and get some milk and honey, and become each other’s private Promised Land.” Don’t forget the ice cubes and cayenne pepper! (says author!) God wants to be apart of every aspect if our lives. Especially married couples who love Him. God is not a prude. That’s a piece of truth that some of you might not be able to handle.
Allowing God to be Your Matchmaker Will Guarantee You to Have a Beautiful Financial Life Together.
Money has always been important, even back in the bible days. There are 250 scriptures regarding money. One famous scripture that people often mis-quote is
1 Timothy 6:10
For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
Most people think it says that MONEY in itself is the root of all evil. Not hardly. Money has always been a sore subject with a lot of people.Many divorces happen over money. A lot of times, people are so in lust with each other and the ‘great’ sex, they forget that bills will become an ugly reality. No one thinks about the light bill turn-off notice in the middle of an orgasm. It is sad, but, before anyone thinks about taking that forever plunge into marital bliss, money should be discussed. Not with each other, but with God. Ladies, can you handle being with a man who earns minimum wage? Fellas, can you still smile when your wife comes home with two huge bags from Neiman Marcus talking about, “I know we had hot dogs last night, but if I had done the grocery shopping and paid the bills, I wouldn’t be able to afford all of this.”? God knows who is financially compatible with each other.
He would not put Carla with Mark, especially since Mark would get upset if Carla buys the more expensive toilet paper; and Carla thinks that Mark is cheap because he doesn’t want to spend $200 on breakfast. Mark would most likely be compatible with Jessica, because Jessica doesn’t have a problem shopping with coupons and collecting napkins from fast food restaurants to save on toilet paper. Carla would be compatible with Jim who isn’t necessarily a spendthrift, but he doesn’t mind Carla’s spending habits, because he’s willing to work three jobs just to see her happy. Sounds like a fairytale? Yes, but, if you can believe God for anything, you can receive anything from God. God knows every intricate detail of everyone’s lives. He can successfully transplant one person to another country if that person was destined to marry someone native to that particular country.
1Then Jacob went on his journey, and came into the land of the people of the east.
9And while he yet spake with them, Rachel came with her father’s sheep; for she kept them.
10And it came to pass, when Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother’s brother, and the sheep of Laban his mother’s brother, that Jacob went near, and rolled the stone from the well’s mouth, and watered the flock of Laban his mother’s brother.
11And Jacob kissed Rachel, and lifted up his voice, and wept.
Jacob had traveled many, many miles from his country of Caanan running away from his brother, Esau. He married Rachel because of his passionate love for her. He worked 14 years for her father just to be able to become her husband. Now that’s love. He became an extremely wealthy man. God was with him. There is favor for the man who marries the wife that God has for him. There is favor for the lady who marries the husband God has for her. But if a person neglects to seek God for His perfect will, then they neglect to receive the blessings for their obedience. We all have choices. If a person chooses to be with the wrong person, there are consequences for that choice.
Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD.
Favor is better than gold. Sometimes the wealth seems to take a while in coming, but when you trust the Lord, the wealth is worth the wait.
So in conclusion, God is the greatest Matchmaker you could ever hope for. I am praying like Abraham that God hand picks my husband for me and my son’s wife for him. I know He is handling it right now. It would be smart and wise for parents to begin praying for their children’s future spouses now, I don’t care if moms are pregnant as we speak. With God, it’s never too early. Cover each child in the Blood of Jesus Christ. Ask that God would not allow their kids to fall for any counterfeit spouses, and that the spouses wouldn’t fall for any counterfeits, either. Parent, also ask God for strong discernment for when a child brings home a boyfriend or girlfriend. If the Holy ghost tells you that that particular person isn’t right for your baby, and you know the voice of God for yourself, SAY SOMETHING. Pray first, of course, asking God to prepare your child’s heart for the news. Believe me, they might be upset, but they will be thankful. God loves you and wants the best for you. Involve Him in everything and you can’t do nothing but succeed.
All comments are welcomed. If you can relate to what was written, or have had a wonderful experience on what it is to trust God for a spouse, or what the horrible consequences were when you DIDN’T trust God for a spouse, please comment or private message me.
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