After all, there has never been a less compatible relationship than a holy God and his sinful bride, and that’s the mold we’re aiming for in our marriages.
It is a faith-filled attempt to become like him and make him known together.
Regardless of the believer you marry, you will likely find out soon that you do not feel as “compatible” as you once did, but hopefully you will marvel more at God’s love for you in Jesus and the amazing privilege it is to live out that love together, especially in light of your differences.
In our worst moments, our objectives are small and misguided.
We just don’t want to be alone on a Friday night anymore.
Fathers ought to lead their families in God’s word (Ephesians 6:4).