If unbelievers make romantic advances toward us, does our response reflect a viewpoint like that of David or one like Solomon’s? True worshippers are told to marry “only in the Lord.”  If a Christian chooses to get married, he or she should marry a fellow believer. And if we discern the spirit of this Scriptural requirement, we will not only refrain from marrying an unbeliever but also refrain from entertaining any romantic advances from such an individual. 

That was quite a thought to ponder this morning! Thank you Jah for the daily text.

Happy Monday everyone. Yesterday was a very productive day for me, I’m so happy. There’s nothing like going home at 7pm because of an overtime bible study. :):D:>


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