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Being Alone, College, and Dating: Adam hadn't been on one date with Eve, yet he married her the day he met her. God's process can happen overnight. When we're in his will. opureworldtruth ไม่ An online study found that a majority of married men who responded to this question: "When did you know that you wanted to marry your (now) wife?" had answered "Within the first year". Some answered the second date, a few weeks in, the first month, etc. But nonetheless, the majority of answers were placed in the category of within the first three months to a year. A very few answered the first year or a few years into dating; but the overall consensus was the short span of the first year. _ Ladies: You should not be dating for more than a year or two without the mutual understanding that marriage is in your future together. If you've been dating for 3 years and there's no talk or thought of marriage, this is clearly God saying you two aren't meant to be together. And this is your man showing you that he's not taking you seriously, biblically speaking. _ Men: Adam knew right away. And as found in the study, hundreds of men knew in a short time span. If you plan to just thread the waters with her, or you're not ready to consider marrying her within the first year or two, then you need to figure yourself out and leave her alone, because that's just playing with her. And you're not loving her the way God asked you to. In the study there were few valid reasons why some men weren't ready marry soon due to college, military, tourism etc. but they all had the intention of marrying their woman after. _ We need to be dating with the intention of marriage. The world teaches us to date in order to thread the waters, figure things out, and-or just to have sexual pleasures, but God never told us to do that. I hope everyone here who is looking for that special someone has the intention of marriage in their future. _ The Bible says, 📖“He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord.”📖 - Proverbs 18:22 (ESV). _ Notice God said, “He who finds a wife” not “He who finds a woman or girlfriend”. _ Remember to live in His will. _ Video source: https:-youtu.be-Z8PFKI20TlY

An online study found that a majority of married men who responded to this question: "When did you know that you wanted to marry your (now) ...

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