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Happiness is not guaranteed because of what a person looks like physically. To think that way is foolishness, not faith. Trusting God requires that we get our mind off the physical. The Bible tells us where our focus should be. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6:33 Remember: You are a result of a certain set of circumstances. You have your own peculiar psychological make-up. You are the product of a particular environment, history, tradition, and family relationship.
2 Trust God to Bring the Right Mate In selecting a mate, sometimes we humans just look at the exterior. God knows what is in the heart, and He knows what is inside of you. " You might see women who are very beautiful physically who you might think are fabulous wives. But if you spoke to their husbands, you might find out that living with those women is an entirely different story from what you would think it would be. They cannot cook. They are not supportive of their husbands. They nag. They argue constantly.
Before I knew anything about faith and claiming a spouse, I did have a few remote thoughts about marriage and the kind of woman I wanted. At the time, I was in my late teens, and marriage was the farthest thing from my mind. I was dating several girls and my attitude was: why marry when I can play? I was footloose and fancy-free. Still, in the back of my mind, I did have certain criteria for a mate. She would have a certain skin color and hair texture. In retrospect that even sounds dumb. Skin color and hair texture do not make a person happy.