To make things trickier still, some non-Christians have higher morals, and are more faithful and understanding than their fellow Christians.It's a dilemma, and it does seem unfair of God to restrict us to the few that are Christian in the real sense. In the end it distracts from the real meaning of Christian life.Most of us ladies have had our dream wedding and everything about it planned out since we were six — including the groom, the ring (a tasteful two-carat, emerald-cut diamond set in platinum, thank you!
Well here's a few thoughts and what the Bible has to say about this subject.
The picture of two oxen bound (or yoked) together is often used to explain this Scripture. Otherwise, they will fight with one another and experience exhaustion.
The same is true of two people who marry but don't share a common faith.
Trying to find someone with whom you click, who you find attractive and who you know loves the Lord - can be so difficult that staying Gods side of the fence can seem like too much to ask! Not to mention hours wasted barking up the wrong trees!
- Should I ask that non- Christian guy out at work? Should we consider dating a non-Christian partner outside the church when one inside seems so elusive As ever The Holy Bible offers practical advice to real problems!