Myth #1: "God has one woman picked out for you to marry.
You are destined to be with her, and God will guide you to her." Good luck finding this one in the Bible.
I encourage all women to seek after a guy who has a strong prayer life with the one who created him.
If there’s good reason not to trust him, don’t even think about pursuing a relationship with him.
A man who doesn’t pray is a man who doesn’t truly have a relationship with God.
Regardless of what his spiritual workouts looks like, any woman who is seeking a Godly man should find someone who is constantly refining his relationship with Christ. Napoleon Bonaparte once said, And while I understand that not every man is destined to be a world-renown leader, I do believe that each individual man in this world has a leadership role to fulfill within a marriage.
A woman after God should always seek a man who can collect his temper, hold his anger, and constantly seek to stay calm a midst trials and tribulations. Whether this role be filled by helping make big decisions, managing finances or even leading the family spiritually, every man is called to be a leader. If you don’t seek a man you can trust, you’ll probably end up making him as bitter as you’ll make yourself. If you can’t find a man you can trust, you should probably take some time away from pursuing.
A prayerful man will encourage a prayerful relationship.
He should care about others more than he cares about himself.Seek to be with a man who gets raving compliments when his name is brought up mid-conversation. There are some myths out there that people assume to be gospel about dating. Maybe he attends a bible class, midweek service, home group, or even a mens Bible Study. Putting this into a spiritual context, Christian women should yearn for a man who is frequently exercising his spiritual muscles.Some questions to ask yourself: Does she care about the needy? Is he willing to give up the shirt off his back for someone in need?