When Abraham commissioned his servant to find a wife for Isaac, the servant worried that a woman might not go for the whole arranged-marriage-to-a-man-in-a-faraway land idea.Abraham responds, “The Lord, the God of heaven, who took me from my father’s house and from the land of my kindred, and who spoke to me and swore to me, ‘To your offspring I will give this land,’ he will send his angel before you, and you shall take a wife for my son from there.” (Genesis 24:7) The longer you long to be married and aren’t, the more likely you are to think the problem is with you, that you have to change or try something new.Think about it any longer, though, and you’ll probably dismiss their story as ancient and out-dated, as irrelevant for twenty-first-century Christians.
You may remember the story: Abraham, Isaac’s father, sends a servant back to his hometown to find a wife for his son.
Rebekah gives the servant’s camels a drink, he gives her a couple heavy bracelets, her family approves, she meets Isaac at a tent — and they’re married.
Lots of people were married before Isaac and Rebekah, but we don’t read about anyone married.
Well, except in the garden, and I think we can all agree the situation (and surgery) there were extraordinary.
– Part 1 Today we are going to conclude that with Part 2.
“Flirting” was one of the things mentioned on how you can actually convey your What is the number-one quality all women look for in a man? Women have been attracted to confident men since the beginning of time.We all need to put our best foot forward when comes to relationship.This either takes more or less effort according to our personality, the level of intimacy we have with our partner, how well we understand one another, and how much we strive to be understood. Yesterday, we talked about how got into “how to use your confidence with women.” If you missed it, here it is: How to Use Confidence with Women?Until you say your vows at the altar, know that God may write a different wedding story than you would write for yourself. God doesn’t want us to take anything for granted in this life, certainly not our spouse.And with all of his wisdom, power, and love, we have reason to praise him that he does. He wants all the glory in giving you what’s best for you whenever he gives it to you.God may be revealing that to you, or he might simply want you to wait while God not only joins a husband and a wife (Matthew 19:6), but he brings them to each other.