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“God Didn’t Give Me a Good Husband”


Single women have different variations, but really, it is the same question.
Is God really good?
Why hasn’t He given me a husband yet?
What have I done wrong that I am not married?
If God really loved me, He would give me a godly husband right now.
Can I really trust God?
Is God’s Word true?

I invite you to join me as I seek to shed some light on these questions in this post.

If you would like for me to address the issues singles face more specifically, please let me know!

4 thoughts on ““God Didn’t Give Me a Good Husband”

  1. Hi April,
    These are very compelling issues you have brought up. As a single woman of God, I’d like to comment from that perspective.
    God first revealed to me that He had a husband for me back in 1995. It is now 2014. God always has a reason for His seeming delays. One of those reasons is in preparing me to receive my husband. That preparation is drawing closer to Jesus, learning to trust Him fully and completely, submitting to His will and authority, and learning to pray. This specific preparation has been taking place over the last 3 years, when
    I returned to Him after years in a backslidden condition. I sense in my Spirit that the appearance of my husband is imminent.
    A single woman who knows the Lord must always check her motives. Why does she want to be married? Is it to alleviate her loneliness? If that is the case, she is marrying for the wrong reasons. The only reason acceptable to the Lord is that it is His will and for His eternal purposes, and you come into agreement with that.
    Jesus must be the foundation of our lives. For the single woman, He is your eternal Husband-comforter, provider, healer and savior. We must be complete in Him, and Him alone. If it is His will, He will send you one of His princes, for His glory and honor.
    I trust and know that God is a good God, and He will withhold no good thing from those who who fear Him, and trust in His word.

    1. Renee,
      I am raising my children in a Christian home and although I can model a God fearing man, I rely on posts like this to show my children what a loving obedient Godly women looks like. Hang in there. For what it’s worth women like you are restoring my faith in marriage.

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