Yeah, you read it well, and it’s crystal clear. In fact, I’ll rewrite that title in bold letters, “EVEN IF GOD LED, IT CAN FAIL.” No, this is not me being pessimistic or me giving some negative blasphemous utterances. This is me telling you the plain truth and being realistic. I hope you keep reading on just so you know where I’m headed and how this can be averted in your own home. Will you?
I have heard people’s bitter cry that it was God who led them into a supposed union, and now things have gone awry and not as expected. I thought since God led a person to another as life partners, then all things are expected to go on smoothly as the couple blend and harmonise together naturally. There is just to be a natural flow of things and there will be a fitting in on it’s own accord.
If you’re leaving in this dreamland, you’ll be woken up by a rude shock into a harsh reality. That God led you into the relationship with your spouse doesn’t equal that God will come into your house for you to do somethings. God will give you the wisdom, the grace and the common sense to take charge of the matters that affect your home. God will only get involved in the matters He alone can handle.
It is not God that has to adjust to your spouse’s likes and dislikes. It is not God that will help you maintain the kind of ambience and neatness that appeals to your spouse. God will not descend from His throne to help you settle the disagreements between you and your spouse, neither will He help you to be intimate with your spouse.
There are things you have to do to make your marriage work. It’s not rocket science. You can’t just fold arm expecting a happy home to just happen because God led you to your spouse. To do this is to court disaster and divorce in your home.There are things you have to do to make your marriage work. It's not rocket science. You can't just fold arm expecting a happy home to just happen because God led you to your spouse. To do this is to court disaster and divorce in your… Click To Tweet
Conclusively, God led, praise the Lord. What next? What are you doing to make sure that this treasure God gave you is well preserved and protected. After God’s hands, your marriage is left in your hands. Handle it well.