The problem of course is that as a single Christian man, not only are you going to marry a sinner, but are a sinner as well.From a consumeristic perspective, no woman on this planet is ever going to perfectly meet your specifications.And it puts the woman on an extended trial to determine whether or not she meets at the center of the process, in the role of a window-shopper or consumer at a buffet.
What's more, your unexamined requirements for a spouse are inevitably twisted by your own sinful nature.
The Bible reminds us that though our marriages are to be pictures of the Gospel relationship between Christ and the church, none of us get to marry Jesus. Instead of asking if she's the one, you should ask yourself, "Am I the sort of man a godly woman would want to marry?
For men, falling in love is a happy experience, but love doesn’t really kick in for a while.
While women may experience an intense surge of affections as soon as they meet a guy they like, the mind of men doesn’t really work that way.
The really sad/funny thing is that men have NO idea how intensely their texting habits are being scrutinized. There are all kinds of reasons why this is such an issue for women and why men are so oblivious to it – reasons we’ve discussed at length in previous articles– but the takeaway is that this whole thing is a non-issue for men. Yeah, they’ll text a lot in the beginning when they’re trying to win you over, but it’s not sustainable or realistic to continue at that level indefinitely.
When women fall in love, it’s filled with bursts of happiness and miss-you texts. So how do men fall in love and what really goes on in a man’s mind? " I can't think of a question I encounter more often among single Christian men. Especially if, as Christians, we understand that the choice we make is a choice for life. If what you're after is a marriage that will glorify God and produce real joy for you and your bride, it's also the The question frames the entire decision-making process in fundamentally self-oriented — if not downright selfish — terms. In a culture that allows us to choose the person we're going to marry, no one wants to make the wrong choice.Don’t despair – I have a little secret that is sure to perk you up: men – yes, those creatures who are so often the bane of our very existence, the ones who puzzle us and tear us apart inside, the ones that cause so much grief but always keep us coming back for more – are not all that difficult to understand.In fact, I think I have an easier time explaining why men do things than I do with women.Find out how men fall in love and the different stages they experience here.