We understand that the world was framed by the word of God (Hebrews 11:3). The world here stands for seasons, times and dispensations. Thus, the seasons of our lives can be framed by the word of God that we have. You can frame your destiny by the word; be it marital, financial, or career. Whether there is a man in your life today or not, you must have the word of God in your heart and mouth and not just in the pages of your Bible or study notes.
If there is no man in your life yet, pray to God and hear what He has to say about the issue and then be at rest, knowing that it will happen just like He said. Just in case you have a man in your life but he is not yet saved, you also need to pray for him to come into the kingdom of God. You need the word of God that you will hold on to as you wait for the Holy Spirit to carry out the work of salvation. However, if your marriage is perfect, you still need to have the word of God to help you remain in tune with your husband at all times and to guarantee that the devil does not stealthily come in onto your blessing. We therefore, all need to have and hold the word of God close to our hearts and mouths at all times.
So, the starting point to having God’s word in your heart is having a relationship with Christ. Then, you will release His word through your mouth to frame your life so that His word forms the borders around your life. In Genesis 29, we read the story of a man, Jacob, who loved Rachel and desperately wanted to marry her. Though the Rachel’s father agreed that Jacob could marry her, he deceived Jacob by giving him her older sister, Leah. Since he really wanted his original choice, Jacob became married to two sisters within the space of a week and the Bible records that he loved Rachel and hated Leah (Genesis 29:18).
There are several points to note in the above story that will help every one of us live the kind of life God wants us to live whether we are married or not yet married. I will mention the points in the second part of this post.
In His love