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Divine Marriage

Do you have a divine union?

God says,

“And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.”

Genesis 2:21,22

Should we dare tell the whole truth?

Often times, people fear to tell the whole truth when it goes against common convention.  Also, there is a lot of demonic push back from the evil one when fundamental truths are set straight. However, if we are ever to mature in Christ, we must have the courage to plainly tell others what the Spirit is saying to this generation.

Christians, by and large, have little understanding about Divine Love. We, as it were, see through a glass darkly in the area of intimacy, and Godly intimacy is perhaps the most opaque of all.

Divine Union

In the beginning, God made Eve for Adam.  She was taken out of him and then brought back to him to be his helpmate.  God is the one who authored their relationship. It was a divine marriage.

We see other divine unions in the Old Testament; Abraham and Sarah, Issac and Rachael, Boaz and Ruth, and Joseph and Mary just to name a few. God authored and approved all these relationships. Through these unions, God brought forth children who would bless nations. These godly relationships were more than mere physical unions, for they were also spiritual unions that produced offspring born according to God’s plan.

What God hath put together

A divine union is when God puts two people together to further His plan for mankind. These are not random pairings, but matches made in heaven.  Through foreknowledge, according to the wisdom of our Father, YHWH  chooses your mate.  God authors them,; therefore, He blesses children born of such unions. Children conceived according to God’s will are born of His Spirit.

Other than accepting Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, there is no more important choice we make in life than who we wed. Our wife or husband impacts our usefulness to God and influences, to a great extent, our growth in Him.  Marriage partners, equally yoked according to the Spirit of God, help us reach our full potential in Him. Likewise, our seed also conforms to God’s plan, therefore our children are blessed.

Does God have complete sovereignty over your life?

I ask you, if we are bought with a price and we are not our own, is the choice of whom we marry really up to us? Shouldn’t we allow God to lead and guide us in every area of our lives? Marriage is one of the most critical decisions we ever make; therefore, our choice of spouse cannot be entered into without the express guidance of our Father.

God brings us together

So what does divine union mean in “real” life? First of all, it means that we must seek the will of the Holy Spirit for our choice of mates. Secondly, it means that we must allow God to connect us with our future wife or husband. We cannot allow outward appearances or worldly attributes to be the determining factor in romance. Beauty fades and fortunes change, but a mate that God chooses endures forever. Literally, we must pray and ask for God’s blessing on our choice of spouse.  We have to trust our Father’s voice more than we trust our emotions and personal desires. God tries the hearts of men and women. Only our Father knows what we are made of.  The Holy Spirit is the only one qualified to give an accurate recommendation of who will be a proper fit in our life.

Love at first sight is God matchmaking

Do you know what “true love is?” True love is God matchmaking. God draws people together through true love.  True love is a spiritual connection, not just physical attraction. God makes His will known through divine love, which powerfully joins two people together.  True love is actually a taste of the first love of Eden, and its power is legendary.

Seek your Father’s permission to wed

In the end, unless you receive permission from God to wed, you simply should not do it. Going against your Father’s will in this one area can cause you to deviate from His path in all others. Marrying unwisely may alter your eternal destiny.

In conclusion, seek a divine connection for your future mate.  We must allow God to choose wisely for us when it comes to deciding whom we will marry.  Let your Father join you together in Divine Marriage so that no man will ever put you asunder. Amen.

Wedding Song by Peter, Paul and Mary