3 Couples in the Bible We Can All Learn Something From

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In this day and age there are many women that are willing to accept whatever a man is handing out and so often times what the man is handing out is nothing much.

So how can a single Christian woman know what to look for in a man?

The key is the Bible. Even though the Bible is old it is never outdated and there are so many lessons to be learned from the Bible including what to look for in a man.

Let’s take a look at these 3 Biblical Couples. I’m sure we can all learn a thing or two from  them.

Boaz and Ruth

Boaz saw Ruth in the field working hard, and that is what attracted him to her.  Even though he was attracted to her, he did not expect anything from her.  Instead he helped her out.

He gave her food to take home because he knew she was poor.

He invited her into his home to rest because he knew she had worked hard all day and was hungry.

He had his workers look after her in the field because he wanted her to be safe while she worked.

Even when Ruth came to Boaz in the middle of the night, as her mother in law has directed her to do, he told her to leave before the sun came up so that no one would think badly of her.

What we can learn from Boaz:  

A man will not only be attracted to your outward appearance but he will be attracted to what you have to offer, such as your hard work. 

A man that is interested in you will show his interest in you.  You will not have to wonder what he is thinking or how he feels about you because he will show it. He will want to provide for you and keep you safe. 

And like Boaz, he will not try to have sex with you to take advantage of you.  Instead he will want to make it official.  Make you his wife.

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Sophia Reed
Sophia is a single mother of one, Christian, and Lover of Life. She has a Master's degree in marriage and family therapy and loves motivating others and encouraging all women to be beautiful from the inside and out.
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105 COMMENTS

  1. One other thing about these 3 biblical couples mentioned is that the men were older than their wives. So with God’s blessings age difference can be overcome!

  2. The world is full of all sort of people. There are God lovers but not human lovers. I’ve met men that serve and love the God and the Church but treat their women like shit. Is great to have a God loving man but background on how he saw his father treat is his mum matters. Love beginning at home we are all a afflection of our background.

  3. I married a “godly” man and it was the nightmare of my life! He did all the right things, the right noises, the right “Holy Spirit” heebie-jeebies. Thank God for removing me from there.

  4. Man! I can’t explain my emotions right now; (N awe, shaking my head, what to write) I am INEXPRESSIBLE! SOPHIA REED, outstanding compilation & well put together! I’m about 2 B redundant; This work that you all R doing is mighty & touching the lives of MANY! Right in our homes, car, offices, business, business places, planes, vacations; etc.! Thank you for your labor of ❤️! -Natasha

  5. Currently trusting that God will give me that desire of my heart one day. Either way, I’ll love him first.

  6. Amen. They are called godly because because they yield themselves to God’s authoritative order. The Word is the instruction on how to die to self and put God first. Thanks for your post.

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