Anointing Is Released While Serving God Together In Obedience.
My love story wouldn’t have worked with anyone else. I had two proposals before my husband asked me, and the fourth one after I was already engaged. The last suitor stated that God said I was supposed to be his wife. I knew in my heart that wasn’t true. God showed me that these other guys were just falling for what could be. That they were not truly capable to handle the weight of what I carried (the good & the bad), the calling on my life, the mantle I inherited, the struggles I would face. They really didn't understand what they were asking. We all have unique callings on our lives so it's extremely important to connect only with the one God created for us.
I noticed with the other guys that we had nothing in common, not even our faith. Anybody can say they heard of God, they go to church with their mom sometimes, or that they believe in any form of higher power. Thats not good enough. The scriptures warn us by saying....
Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? (2 Cor 6:14)
My husband was different in several ways, but the most important part was that he gave his life to the Lord and was actively living for God. And the cherry on top, which also stood out from all the rest of the guys, only my husband went directly to my dad and expressed his heart and intentions for me. He knew God, my dad loved him, and so did I. I had so much respect for my husband for doing this. My dad also appreciated the honor he showed in going to him first as my covering. I love my dad so much and trust his judgement and approval. My life would have been completely different if I would have said yes to just a pretty face or a temporary crush.
I want to encourage everyone to be really careful out here, don't be so desperate that a decision is made off of an impulse or thinking time is running out. These are the last days. Don’t let anyone or any spirit deceive you. Saying yes to the wrong spouse can completely alter your life. Be 100% sure it’s God! God gives us a choice, free will. We must incorporate Him in all our decision making.
Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; And lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
Our spouses are designed to be a gift, not constant heartache. This is where the blessings lie, not in our feelings, but in unity, obedience, a willingness to serve God and each other. Once your marriage is on the same page it will be full of miracles, signs, wonders, and an igniting of His beauty and power. An anointing is released as you both serve God together in obedience. This is what God is doing in this decade. I pray that no one misses out, but that all would focus and hear God clearly. It’s all for His glory.
Remember, no relationship is perfect. So don't think just because you see bumps in the road during your marriage that you made a mistake. We all have trials, even if you follow God and say yes to the right spouse, life can be a roller coaster. What’s amazing is that obeying God will still release an anointing over your home when you stick together. The wrong spouse will cause a swindling of deception, delay, limitations, heartache and unhappiness on top of everything else that comes with making the wrong decision. The key word is #OBEY God in your decision making. So come what may, the two will overcome because they have the same mentality and appointment by God.
“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10)