Having grown weary and impatient, I want to snap and say, “It won't work, not in the long run.
Marriage is hard enough when you have two believers who are completely in harmony spiritually.
” are floated, as if somehow case might be eligible for an exemption, considering how much they love each other, how the unbeliever supports and understands the Christian's faith, how they are soul-mates despite the absence of a shared soul-faith.
And how (if possible) could I help her to know God as I do? Craig Shane When I first read your question, Shane, I thought, “He’s got nothing to worry about!
She’s ready to become a Christian, and the sincerity of her commitment is between her and God.” But the more I thought about it, the more I came to think that you do, indeed, face a rather difficult situation. What you should worry about, rather, is ruining your life by marrying someone who is a nonbeliever and therefore not God's will for your life.
Craig, I have been a Christian my entire life, and your You Tube videos have been very helpful with my faith. Ever since then I've been worried sick about going to hell because I love her.
I read on your site that if I were to marry her, it would be a sin.