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I did something far worse; I paused, and it was a very long pause.
So a Christian is not free to marry outside the Lord. And what saddens me, Tony, is how many believers get so entangled emotionally with unbelievers that they either throw away their convictions or they stand on their head to see the other person as a believer when he is not. A mature believer will want his or her spouse not just to profess some kind of creed or be willing to go to church.
Question: "Is it right for a Christian to date or marry a non-Christian?
I don’t and will never believe in your God.”The noisy restaurant stilled as he tossed the ring on the ground and stormed out, leaving me in a puddle of tears. ”And suddenly it became very clear; this was my rescue from entering an unhealthy marriage.
God’s love never failed me, even when I was tempted to bind my life to someone who rejected the most important part of me – my faith. I let a little charm and financial wowza persuade me into meeting someone who clearly had not marked “Christian” on the religion box. Did I really think I could take a guy with spiritual potential and convert him over to my beliefs? Looking back, I believe my rush to take matters into my own hands was really a lack of trust in God’s timing.