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How to find the right man for my daughter

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As a culture, we spend hours upon hours developing academic knowledge, building physical fitness, deciding where to go to college or learning about finances. But we spend very little, if any, time teaching young people how to make the most important decision of their lives. Because that's what it is — your choice of life partner will affect the quality of your life much, much more than where you go to college, what you do for a living or where you make your home. Grandma and Papa my parents celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this year, and two sets of aunts and uncles are celebrating their 20th and 30th anniversaries. Your father and I aren't quite that far along at 12 years, but we are very happily married, and those relatives would tell you the same.



Mothers trying to find Mr Right for their daughters

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In their exclusive series for The Christian Post, both Marina and Gregory will answer thoughtful Christian parents seeking to raise their children up in the goodness of the Gospel and the Glory of God. If you would like to have Marina and Gregory answer your questions, please contact them via momsaysdadsays christianpost.

She is now well into her thirties and I am not sure if her knight in shining white armor will ever appear. Why can't she settle down with any of the nice young men she has met? The time between her relationships seem to be growing ever longer. We are worried that she might end up without anyone.

Is there anything we can do to help our beloved daughter? So when they find themselves with a human being they are disappointed and disillusioned. These days, our culture invests in romantic love what prior generations invested only in God. Romantic love has become an idol for many.

Many, encouraged by false images created by Hollywood because romance sells , have come to believe that only in our perfect soul mate will we find that transcendent happiness which will be the making of our lives. This is one of the reasons so many modern relationships fall apart.

We put so much pressure on a romantic relationship to be the end-all be-all that there is not room for human frailty. By being "romantics" this generation sets themselves up for regret and resentment when our perfect mate turns out to be human.

Perfect who does not exist. As you hopefully realize, your daughter is an adult who needs your love and counsel, not "why aren't you married yet? I encourage you to pray for her — prayer is underestimated by many, even Christian parents.

Pray that your daughter's relationship with God is strengthened — and that God's will is done in her life. The reality is that your daughter may never get married.

As parents, we have to support whatever God wants for our children. Helping her to look to the future with peace, no matter what that future might hold, would be a great service to your daughter. In reality, you may be even more worried than your daughter is about her potential marriage and perhaps you need to give up that dream. We are here for God's will and not our own. You can help your daughter learn that great wisdom and experience the great peace that flows from it.

Love is the most important thing. We as older parents can't forget that. Adult children pose a real dilemma because we'd love to jump in and "help" them, but we need to respect the fact that they are adults and need to work things out for themselves. And this is a particularly sensitive issue. Does your daughter talk with you about this subject of her own accord? Or are you the one bringing it up? If the latter, maybe give her some space on the issue. Be sure to love on her and celebrate her, but don't even mention the marriage subject unless she brings it up.

Sometimes destressing is the best approach. But Marina is right, be sure to pray diligently for her. I think the prayer of the righteous mom is the most powerful prayer in the world. And get some close friends and family members praying for her as well. Prayer works, even if we don't know exactly how it does. We serve a great God. Remember, our Heavenly Father loves your daughter and all of our children just as much as we do.

He hasn't forgotten her. He's not ignoring her. That is not His character. But His ways are above our ways and His thoughts are above our thoughts Is Likewise, His timing is better than ours. So let us trust in Him and stop worrying. Let's pray with thanksgiving for her and remember what a blessing it is just to have a daughter who loves you married or unmarried.

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A letter to my daughters: How to choose a life partner

There are certain lessons only a mother can teach. A grandmother may not be as relatable, and a sister may not have enough wisdom — which is why it's up to Mom to initiate a heart-to-heart about matters of the heart. Although it can be a difficult subject to broach, your greatest gift to your daughter might just be the knowledge to face tough times and come out stronger. Here are the most important things young women need to know about love — and how to explain them. And that goes for not just significant others but also friends and family.

My daughter is living in New York for three years. She works and is very happy works for very religious people , but she didn't get married yet. What should I do?

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I am convinced that one of the most crucial questions I face is, whom should my daughter marry? Notice I did not say, will but should. Far too often we think about the marriages of our daughters like pagan mystics. We close our eyes real hard and just hope against hope that the stars will align and the right man will come along. I think this is a mistake. The issue of whom our daughters will marry is far too important to be approached in this unbiblical fashion. I believe God has spoken rather decisively in His Word about what our daughters should look for. Moreover, I believe there are some non-negotiables that our daughters must be looking for. There are some things a man simply must be before he is qualified to assume the role of a Christian husband. For instance, he must be a Christian 2 Corinthians ; he must be committed to biblical headship Ephesians ff.

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In their exclusive series for The Christian Post, both Marina and Gregory will answer thoughtful Christian parents seeking to raise their children up in the goodness of the Gospel and the Glory of God. If you would like to have Marina and Gregory answer your questions, please contact them via momsaysdadsays christianpost. She is now well into her thirties and I am not sure if her knight in shining white armor will ever appear.

How do I find a match for my daughter?

Updated: August 21, Reader-Approved References. So you're interested in getting married and all the wonderful things that can come with having a husband? Of course, there is no guarantee that you'll find someone, but there are certain things you can to do make it more likely.

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