And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a help meet for him – Genesis 2:18.
God’s ideal plan for marriage is one man for one woman for one lifetime. God’s pattern for marital happiness is evident when a man loves and leads his family, with children who will obey and reverence their parents. Sadly, to say many have fathered children, haven’t married the mother nor are they taking care of the children they have produced.
The first man and woman was in the Garden of Eden, God created woman for man and brought her to him, and Adam called his wife Eve. Eve was not a friend with benefits she was his wife and because of their union as husband and wife God blessed them although they both disobeyed Him by eating of the forbidden fruit.
God did not want a man to be alone then neither does he want him to be alone now, but just as they were in the Garden of Eden, God want them to be together as husband and wife. Just as God knew Adams was alone, He’s aware of many women who are alone and desire a man but haven’t given a thought about having a husband.
Whether you’re a believer or non-believer God is much aware of your desire and is willing to give you a husband and not just a male. Every male is not a man, and every man that speaks Scriptures does not mean he is the one God has for you. God is aware you want a husband, and so does Satan; Satan will send the one that he knows that will seduce you and get you of the will of God.
Sexually gratification before marriage is not in the will of God. God is very much aware of our desires as women and He has also given us empowerment to bring our bodies subject to the Word of God as women professing to be Christians. When we don’t wait on God we bring hurts and pains we have to endure because we didn’t wait on God or applied Biblical principals. It’s not in God’s plan for anyone to be married to someone they wished they never married, nor is it in His plan for a mother to have children without a husband to be there to assist in raising their children.
In order to receive the blessings of God, we must prepare ourselves for our husbands. The first commitment is to be submitted to God then we can expect God to keep His promise (Delight thyself also in the Lord; and He shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in Him; and He shall bring it to pass – Psalm 37:4-5). As professing Christians, as we give God our best, He will give us His best.