The Marriage Promise
Everyone longs to give themselves completely to someone. To have a deep soul relationship with another, to be loved thoroughly and exclusively.
But God, to a Christian says,
"No, not until you are satisfied and fulfilled and content with living, loved by Me alone, with giving yourself totally and unreservedly to Me, to have an intensely personal and unique relationship with Me alone. I won't give you something that will take you away from Me."
"I love you, My child, and until you discover that only in Me is your satisfaction to be found, you will not be capable of the perfect human love relationship that I have planned for you. You will never be united with Me -- exclusive of anyone or anything else, exclusive of any other longings or desires. I want you to stop planning, stop wishing and allow Me to give you the most thrilling plan existing -- one that you cannot imagine. Keep that satisfaction of knowing that I AM. Keep learning and listening to the things I tell you and you must wait."
"Don't be anxious and do not worry. Do not look around at the things others have or that I have given them. Don't look at the things you think you want -- just keep looking for a way up to Me, or you will miss what I have to show you."
"And then, when you're ready, I will surprise you with a love far more wonderful than you would ever dream of. You see, until you are ready, I am working this minute to have you both ready at the same time. And until you are both satisfied exclusively with Me, and the life I have prepared for you, you won't be able to experience the love that exemplifies your relationship with Me, and this perfect love."
"And, dear one, I want you to have the most wonderful love. I want you to see in the flesh a picture of your relationship with Me, and be enjoying materially and concretely the everlasting union of beauty and perfection and love that I offer with Myself. Know I love you utterly -- I am God Almighty."
The writer of this prophetic promise is unknown, but we know the author is God.