The key is – does she realize it’s an area of weakness that she desires for God to change? Yet the pain or mistakes of the past should hold no control over our present and future. The Deceiver, Liar - Every marriage must be built on trust.
God redeems, sets free, and desires to make us new. Without this as a firm foundation, you’re in for trouble from the beginning.
Often in the quest towards marriage and finding “the one,” something happens.
It’s easy to overlook things that may not seem that big of a deal while dating, but these things could be destructive patterns once married. There’s no reason to settle for unhealthy or harmful relationships, simply to pursue being married.
Any lie is meant to hide, deceive, or manipulate truth.
We’ve all made mistakes that we often wish we could do-over.It’s a dangerous trap and you will always be left wondering what she’s hiding.In , we read the story of Delilah, who plotted and tricked the strong man Samson, ultimately deceiving him.But upon marriage, the spouse should be given that primary place of leadership and care, under God’s authority.Talk about healthy boundaries before you marry, don’t dismiss it as “no big deal.” You may find out later how big a deal it was.We all need the grace and freedom that only Christ Himself can offer. And we can trust He will give guidance, and help us see some red flags to be aware of along the way. The Unbeliever – Be careful not to settle for less than what God would want for the spiritual health and care of your marriage.