Romans 12:2 (NET)Do not be conformed to this present world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may test and approve what is the will of God – what is good and well-pleasing and perfect.
We have previously examined the attributes of the will of God as perceived by the renewed mind. We saw that when deciding who to marry, the person must be good (meaning he or she must be born of God), the person should be acceptable to you (meaning he or she should be well-pleasing to you and to your brethren to whom you are accountable).
Today we shall begin examining the third component of the will of God as perceived by the renewed mind:
Most times when you see the word ‘perfect’ in the New Testament, it is referring to spiritual maturity. It is a term that has to do with completeness; attaining the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ (Eph 4:13).
When a person is perfect for you, it means the person complements you and makes you complete; one who will help you fulfill your divine purpose and destiny. This means you are to have a vision and a mission in life in order for you to rightly discern who will help you in fulfilling it.
Notice in Acts 2:17 that young men see visions. As a young man, you should know the direction your life is going. You should have a vision for your life, then marry someone whom together you can both fulfill destiny. Having a clear vision for your life will help you chose rightly.
Go into today remembering that life for the believer is about fulfilling God’s kingdom purpose. Marriage is meant to help you do this.
If you are not yet married, ask the Lord to help you marry the person that will help you serve Him better. If you are married, ask the Lord to bless your marriage and make you more fruitful according to His divine purpose.
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