“…submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.”
— Ephesians 5:21
Read this with care, as it could encourage you to think this through and make the right decisions, or positively build on some decisions you have already made! And please keep in mind our Statement of Faith, which is very clear when it comes to a biblical definition of marriage.
Please do not marry if:
- You are unwilling to put the needs of another person above your own.
- You are easily offended, carry grudges, and are unwilling to forgive.
- You are an abusive person (Mentally, emotionally and physically).
- You are unwilling to commit.
- You have an unresolved addiction problem.
- Your career is the most important thing in your life.
- You do not share the same beliefs, values, life priorities, or vision.
- You are unwilling to be an active partner sexually with your spouse.
- You are unwilling to agree on an approach for handling finances, children, and life decisions.
- You expect your spouse to change after you get married.
© 2013 by Randy Carlson