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Thus, we cannot (as we are so prone to do) let the “she rejected me” or “he didn’t pursue me” be central to our identity, or cause us to micromanage our flaws. ” In these moments, it’s so easy to forget that God not only knows what will reflect his glory in the world best (which is sometimes prolonged or lifelong singleness), but also what is better for us and for our ultimate growth and sanctification (which isn’t always our immediate happiness).

Rather, we ascribe this and every rejection to the sovereign, loving plan of a Father. We also forget that we do not fully know the deceitfulness of our own hearts.

Only God knows what is going on in someone’s heart.

If a woman turns down a relationship, she could be healing from pornography addiction, may not desire a relationship, or perhaps is walking through some grief or loss.

Does this mean you should not take into consideration their financial situation, their level of intelligence, or their physical attractiveness?

No, but those things shouldn’t be front and center.

We cannot let rejection fester into bitter hearts towards brothers and sisters in serious relationships, leading us to enviously ask, “Why does he get to get married? That person may seem like a perfect complement to us, but perhaps the Lord sees it much differently.

We cannot trust in our own finite perspective and understanding, for we only ever see a small percentage of the full picture.

“She’s outta my league.” “He’s way too good for me.” I often hear statements like these in popular TV shows, novels, and in Christian conversations.

I’ll admit to having completely believed the latter more than once.

If he’s truly what is most beautiful to our hearts, why would we want to build a life with someone who doesn’t resemble his character — someone who gives him lip service but isn’t seeking him constantly?

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