Christian actress Megan Good (currently single and celibate) tells Sister 2 Sister magazine that she wants to marry one day. Presently however, she is so in love with God that she considers Him her husband. While I appreciate her dedication and focus to growing in her faith, I don’t know about this idea of God as husband when you plan to replace him with a flesh and blood husband later.
Paul wrote that the gift of singleness is just that a gift, and if that’s the plan, then shouldn’t that be it? How can any mortal man follow after God as a husband? Or am I reading too much into this?
(h/t): Ann Brock