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God Will Provide Prayer Eternal God, Your word says that I should not worry about what I shall eat, or what I shall drink or what I shall wear. Therefore, I know that I shouldn’t worry about my finances. For the pagans chase after these things, and You, my heavenly Father, know that I need them. With South Africa recently exceeding the one million mark of Covid-19 cases, award-winning singer Kelly Khumalo has urged the nation to pray to God for an end to the deadly virus.

The events of last week have left our nation reeling. The Senate's confirmation of Joe Biden as president-elect shocked many believers and seemed to counter the words of the many prophets who said Trump would win no matter what. Thursday's violence at the Capitol and ensuing media madness have only seemed to escalate the divisions between us.

What do Christians do now? Prophet, author and end-times expert Michael Snyder spoke to Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of Greenelineswith words of both admonishment and encouragement. 'What America ultimately needs more than anything else is Jesus. And that's the only hope for our future. You know, for the past four years, people in the Christian or the evangelical world have been putting so much passion and energy into politics. But ultimately, what we need to put our passion and energy into is our relationship with God and winning souls, because that's what really matters.

'And ultimately, the best-case scenario for a Trump presidency is that he would give the church cover to do what the church needs to do,' Snyder says. 'And that's to turn America back to God and win souls and win hearts. Brianna krugeramerican meadow's equestrian center spokane. Because it wasn't Trump who was going to turn America around; it was only going to be the church. We've got to win hearts; we've got to turn people back to God; we've got to show people the wickedness of our ways—that we can't kill babies on an industrial scale; that we can't have gay marriage in our country; that we can't do all the things we've been doing, which we've talked about so frequently.

'We've got to turn back to God with all of our hearts and follow His ways because that's what made America great in the first place: that we were a Christian nation, and we followed the Lord,' Snyder says. 'And that's why we're in so much trouble today, because we've turned away from God.'

To hear more of Michael Snyder's views on current events in America and how the church should respond in faith and repentance, not fear, listen to the entire episode of Greenelines here. You can also find Snyder's writings at endoftheamericandream.com, and on Facebook or Twitter. And be sure to like and subscribe to Greenelines for more inspiring, informing interviews on the Charisma Podcast Network.

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At the risk of sounding noncommittal, the answer to both questions is “yes.” There is an important balance between the two. We are not to frantically search for a spouse as if everything depends solely on our effort. Neither should we be entirely passive, assuming that someday God will cause a spouse to knock on the door, ring in hand, ready to recite the vows.
When the time came for Isaac to take a wife, he took action (rather, his parents did, according to cultural norms): they sent a servant to actively seek a wife (Genesis 24). The servant had certain qualities that he was seeking, and he bathed the process in prayer (verses 12-14). The Lord answered the prayer, and Isaac and Rebekah were married (verse 67).
As Christians, once we know that it is time to start looking for a spouse, we should begin the process with prayer. Committing ourselves to God’s will for our lives is the first step. “Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart” (Psalm 37:4). Delighting in the Lord means we find pleasure in knowing Him and trusting that He will delight us in return. He will put His desires into our hearts. In the context of seeking a spouse, that means desiring for ourselves the type of spouse He desires for us and who He knows will delight us further. Proverbs 3:6 tells us, “In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.” Acknowledging Him in the search for a spouse means submitting to His sovereign will. Whatever He decides is best is what we want.
We should also be clear on the biblical characteristics of a godly husband or wife, and we should seek someone who qualifies on a spiritual level. It is important to understand these qualities first and then seek someone who possesses those qualities. To “fall in love” with someone and then discover he or she is not spiritually qualified to be our mate is to invite heartache and put ourselves in a very difficult position.
Contact For Pray What God Says Websitepray What God Says Once we know what the Bible says we should be looking for, we can begin actively looking for a spouse, trusting that God will bring him or her into our lives in His perfect timing. If we pray, God will lead us to the person He has for us. It is important to wait on the Lord and trust in Him (Proverbs 3:5).
Some people cite a verse in 1 Corinthians 7 that seems to say that we should never look for a spouse. Verse 27 says, “Are you unmarried? Do not look for a wife.” This seems fairly straightforward, but the context provides additional, important information. In verse 26 Paul says, “Because of the present crisis, I think that it is good for you to remain as you are.” That is, in the time of persecution that the early church experienced, Paul said it was better not to make big plans, such as scheduling a wedding. Persecution hits a married couple harder, and it is even worse if there are also children involved. Paul repeats the sentiment in verse 29: “Those who marry will face many troubles in this life, and I want to spare you this.” In the same context, Paul says, “If you do marry, you have not sinned” (verse 28). So, seeking a marriage partner is not wrong.

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Of course, it is not advisable to look for a spouse if God’s will does not include marriage. Sometimes God calls people not to marry at all (1 Corinthians 7). There are people who “because of the kingdom of heaven” have renounced marriage. Jesus says, “The one who can accept this should accept it” (Matthew 19:12). In those situations, God makes it clear that that is His will.

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