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The wiring in most of us has us longing for the wedding day.We’re looking, sometimes it feels frantically, for love, for affection and security and companionship and commitment and intimacy and help.
God didn’t take a break from loving you in your breakup — even if you’re the reason it’s over. There’s a unique shame and brokenness associated with breakups.
Relationships and love may be celebrated more in the church than anywhere else because we (rightly) love marriage so much.
Our mess is more likely to splash onto others, and theirs on us.
But whoever has done the failing in your breakup, it wasn’t God.
After all, seems to want most of us to be married (Genesis ; Proverbs ; 1 Corinthians 7:2, 9). The reality is that good, Christ-exalting relationships very often fail before the ceremony, never to be recovered romantically.