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Before You Marry 

Any form of abuse isn’t funny at all.

Don’t cope with it.

From time to time, I am beleaguered with tales of abuse from the ones who once professed love to their wives.

As singles who are not yet married, you have to know what you are going for.

After the wedding, your choices are limited and restricted.

As singles, this is the time you need to borrow yourself “some brain” and stop holding to what is obviously faulty from the very foundation.

Before You Marry 

If you are being abused in a relationship, male or female, hit the pause button.

Don’t think a wedding will change things. It will not.

A wedding will not transform anybody.

Any change you couldn’t make as a single would not be easier to make after the wedding.

So, be careful of a wilful abuser who keeps telling you he will change after hitting you.

Yes, there could be a mistake and flaring of temper, which is wrong anyway.

But when there is an angry partner, always fuming at little provocations, getting angry at everything, hitting you over and over, and then apologizing, you need to be careful before you sentence yourself to a lifetime of abuse.

The Bible did warn about such people.

Pro 22:24 (KJV)  
Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go:

It is a clear warning.

Don’t be friends with such people not to talk of dating them.

Why would the Bible warn you?

Pro 22:25 (KJV)  
Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul.

Pro 22:25 (MSG)  
Bad temper is contagious— don’t get infected.

Before You Marry 

One can quickly become hurt, bitter, nasty, and even evil because of marriage with a wicked partner.

Be careful.

Do not invite afflictions that are not supposed to be part of your life.

May God bless your relationship.


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