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Wives are called to submit to, respect, and serve their husbands "as to the Lord." Though husbands and wives receive countless blessings from a biblical marriage, the very idea of biblical marriage describes an act — many acts — of love, service, sacrifice, and ministry toward a sinful human being.
According to Scripture, marriage is anything but a selfish endeavor. What sense does it make to undertake that ministry based primarily on a list of self-centered (and often petty) preferences?
That may require a pretty radical rethinking of your own approach. If you can manage that rethinking (with the Lord's help), it will drain much of the angst from any discussion about "settling." Another problem with the usual discussion on settling is that it usually reflects two unbiblical beliefs: (1) we can strategize our way around the effects of sin in human relationships and the reality that marriage is hard work, and (2) we can hope to be perfectly, ultimately fulfilled by marriage — or any other earthly relationship.
If you have a biblical understanding of human nature, then you will realize that in one sense, everybody settles — even the people who think they are refusing to.
Again, this misses the picture of biblical marriage.
Bottom line, the real danger for God's people in pursuing a spouse is that we will "settle" for the world's vision of self, love, marriage and even romance, rather than a vision of those things steeped in scripture and rooted in the love of Christ.
He has won 29 professional tournaments around the world (3 being unofficial money events), on many of golf's major tours.He was a member of the Golf Australia National Squad.He later attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), where he was initiated into the Sigma Chi fraternity.They then settled on the Gold Coast, Queensland in 1993 when Scott was 12 years of age.Initially at The Southport School, an Anglican boys' school on the Gold Coast, he completed his high school education at The Kooralbyn International School, also on the Gold Coast, where he undertook extra subjects in golf.