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Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote unto me: It is good for a man not to touch a woman.
Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband.
Before the epistle of First Corinthians was written, some members of the church at Corinth wrote a letter to Apostle Paul asking certain questions. They wanted to know if they were permitted to get married as unmarried men and women who now believed in the Lord Jesus. They wanted also to know if those married to unbelievers could remain with their spouses even if their spouses did not believe.
 Today’s Bible verse addresses the first question the Corinthians raised. Apostle Paul makes it clear here that even though celibacy is a good thing, sexual immorality is a bad thing and marriage helps to avoid it.
One of the strongest attributes of God His children inherit is His integrity (Psalm 15:4). God even exalts His word above His name (Psalm 138:2), that’s how much a person of integrity our God is. Marriage adds the layer of integrity into the reasons why a believer must flee all immorality. If a married person commits immorality, he not only sins against God and his body but sins against his wife and breaks his integrity.
Some have taught that celibacy is a secret to spiritual power. That could be true for some inferior form of spiritual power, but God’s power doesn’t work that way. The only reason given in the word of God why unmarried people can serve God better is because a married man would have to be concerned about the things of this world—how to please his wife.
But marriage becomes a big plus to ministry when one marries the right person who would help him/her fulfill his divine mandate.
Prayer: Ask the Lord to help you marry the right person who would help you fulfill your divine destiny.


If you are married, ask the Lord to help you and your spouse help each other fulfill destiny.

—SD Abraham

Bible in 1 Year: II Timothy 3-4 (in today’s audio)

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